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This board booklet that includes a counting tune through Raffi makes the right "addition" in your springtime analyzing list!  

Babies and tots willl love counting down as first 5 little geese, then 4, then 3, then , then one exit to play, to not go back. unfortunately, mom Duck waits by myself via all 4 seasons until eventually spring returns and with it her 5 geese, all grown up-along with their new households of child geese. With candy illustrations by means of veteran kid's e-book artists Jose Aruego and Ariane Dewey, this beautiful counting track will invoke squeals of pleasure.

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