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It's Cool to Learn About Countries: Philippines (Explorer by Vicky Franchino

By Vicky Franchino

An creation to the geography, heritage, financial system, tradition, and other people of Philippines. vibrant, colourful designs and palms on actions will continue young children engaged as they know about Philippines and its people.

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