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All About Books by Otto Jasper Christenson

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All About Books
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Number of pages: 22

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With his first digital publication, first-time author and illustrator Otto Jasper Christenson successfully and succinctly answers the essential questions about books that all of us have had at one time or another: What are they for? What are they made of? Where should you put them? And perhaps most importantly, why should you read them at all? With riveting illustrations and a fun, interactive trivia game, Christenson introduces first-time readers to the broad array of subjects books can cover while reminding returning readers of what they've been missing.

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