Tuesday

This book encourages you to open your mind to the possibilities of an ordinary day. TUESDAY is nearly wordless. Frogs in a pond life off with their lily pads and begin their amazing journey through a nearby town.

What will you learn?

Make what is implied explicit.

Author:
David Weisner

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