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Boo on the Loose (Disney/Pixar Monsters, Inc.)

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Hardcover published by RH/Disney (Random House Children's Books)

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Boys and girls ages 4-6 will scare themselves silly with this Step 2 featuring the adventures of Sulley and his one-eyed friend Mike from the computer-animated Disney/Pixar blockbuster Monsters, Inc.
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Boys and girls ages 4-6 will scare themselves silly with this Step 2 featuring the adventures of Sulley and his one-eyed friend Mike from the computer-animated Disney/Pixar blockbuster Monsters, Inc.
Product Details
Hardcover (32 pages)
Published: November 13, 2012
Publisher: Random House Children's Books
Imprint: RH/Disney
ISBN: 9780736481038
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