The Resource "Could you lift up your bottom?"
- "Could you lift up your bottom?"
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- written by Hee-jung Chang ; illustrated by Sung-hwa Chung
- "A gust of wind blows Frog's hat off her head--and it's stuck under Elephant's big bottom. Elephant is hungry, and he won't budge until Frog feeds him delicious foods that have unusual shapes. She brings him a round orange, a triangular sandwich, and a rectangular piece of chocolate"--Publisher
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- no index present
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- non fiction
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- TanTan math story
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