Baby Einstein Moving Circles Board Book
This book showcases the many circles we encounter each day. Take baby on an everyday-circle hunt! Are there round clocks on your walls, balls in your yard, or oranges to be found at the localstore? See how many round items you can track down together. Board Book. 10 pages....    
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