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Hokey Pokey

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Paperback published by Yearling (Random House Children's Books)

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Ever since they were Snotsippers, Jack and Jubilee have fought, until one day she steals his bike and as he and the Amigos try to recover it, Jack realizes that he is growing up and must eventually leave the "goodlands and badlands of Hokey Pokey."
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Ever since they were Snotsippers, Jack and Jubilee have fought, until one day she steals his bike and as he and the Amigos try to recover it, Jack realizes that he is growing up and must eventually leave the "goodlands and badlands of Hokey Pokey."
Product Details
Paperback (320 pages)
Published: April 22, 2014
Publisher: Random House Children's Books
Imprint: Yearling
ISBN: 9780440420514
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