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The Foot Book

Dr. Seuss's Wacky Book of Opposites

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Board Book published by Random House Books for Young Readers (Random House Children's Books)

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Dr. Seuss's characters explore the zany world of feet.  
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Dr. Seuss's characters explore the zany world of feet.  
Product Details
Board Book (24 pages)
Published: November 26, 1996
Publisher: Random House Children's Books
Imprint: Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 9780679882800
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