Hip, hop = Salta, conejito by Catherine Hnatov

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Published by Star Bright Books in Long Island City, NY .

Written in English

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Black-and-white illustrations and simple text on board pages introduce children to a bird that sings, a rabbit that jumps, a dog that barks, and more.

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Other titlesSalta, conejito
Statementpor/by Catherine Hnatov ; [translated by Eida Del Risco]
The Physical Object
Pagination[12] p.
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27127183M
ISBN 10159572270X
ISBN 109781595722706
LC Control Number2010926680

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