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Playing with Kittens!

Posted by Charles Gray on April 19, 2015

It’s always important to stay active and so I have.  My new book, largely based on something I whipped up for my god daughter, has just gone live. Kittens! allows an early reader to experience simple sentences along with pretty images of kittens and can be used as a short book for him or her to enjoy on a tablet or as part of an early reader’s education.

Kittens

It’s available either for purchase at .99 cents or via the KU borrowing program.

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