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A sunny, fresh counting poem which won the Smarties Book Prize Bronze Award. How much fruit can one little girl eat in a day? Three sweet-sop? Seven mangoes? Written in swinging rhythm and rhyme with lots of Caribbean dialect, this verse introduces the names of many exotic fruits, showing them in luscious, juicy pictures.
December 31st, 1994
- 32 pages
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