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Have You Ever Seen A Rooster Ride A Bicycle?

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by Rebecca Holt
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Have You Ever Seen A Rooster Ride A Bicycle? by Rebecca Holt

Anything is possible on the farm called What-cha can-do! Farmer Wayne's son Billy has a shiny red bicycle that Rooster wants to ride more than anything. After several failed attempts and criticism from other farm animals, Rooster almost gives up. With a little help and encouragement from his friend pig, Rooster shows everyone that "can't never could do anything!" Join Sheep as he laughs his wool off watching Rooster's many attempts to ride that bicycle.

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Ebook Details
Size: 16.6 MB
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Date published:   2014
ISBN: 9781630631154 (DRM-EPUB)

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