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Bootsie Barker Bites C03-145

 

 

Description: "My mother and Bootsie Barker's mother are best friends," begins this hilariously exaggerated and uproariously illustrated story. Bootsie is a nasty little terror who kicks dogs, throws temper tantrums, and sticks her tongue out. Bootsie stops short of actually biting, but she bares her teeth in a lethal grin as the daily mom-and-daughter visit begins. Bootsie Barker only wants to play games in which she bites, until her playmate comes up with a better way to have fun.
This hardcover book has 28 pages, 8.75"X11.25".

Chinese children book for age: 3-8.

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Bootsie Barker Bites C03-145

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