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Pigs, Pizza, Pancakes … (Children’s Programming Monthly, vol. 3/no. 9)
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- About the Author
Kids take grea tdelight in words that begin with the letter P—pickles, pigs, pizza, and of course, pee! Thus we dedicate this issue to some rib-tickling p-words and the activities and books that make them laugh-out-loud funny.
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