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For moose- moss gets scarce 'when the 'weather gets, freezy The food. was soon gont on the cold northern shore Of Lake W inna-Bango, There just was no morel And, all Thidwick' s friends swam a'way in a bunch "Tothe south of the lake w here there' s mooseDl0SS

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THE KJNG'S STJLTS

AND TO THINK THAT I SA\V IT ON MULBERRY STRE.ET THE JOO HATS OF BA!RTHOWME\"\' CUBIB1NS HORTO '. HATCHES THE EGG Me ELUGOT'S POOL

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ON BEYOND ZEBRA! IF I RAN THE CIR.CllS

HOW THE GR]NCH S'rOLE CHRlSrMAS~


YERTIE THE TURTLE AND OTHER. STORIES HAPPY B]RTHDAY TO YO[J~ THE SNEETCHES AND OTHER STORIES DR. SEUSS·S SlEF.P BOOK [HAD TROLJBLE IN GETTING TO $OLLA SOllEW THE CAT IN THE HAT SONGBOOK I CAN LJCK. 30 TIGERS TODAY! AND OTHER STOR iES

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THE LORA X DID 1 EVER TELl YOU HOW lUCKY YOU ARE? HUNCHES [N BUNCHES THE atrrrsa BAT11.F BOOK YOU'RE ONLY ONCE!

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