By Cheryl Willis Hudson
The Afro-Bets ABC e-book uniquely provides letters A via Z for kids to find with the fun-filled, desirable Afro-Bets teenagers. The impossible to resist, colourful characters shape their letters in whimsical, motivating illustrations. each one creatively formed quantity is bolstered through phrases and photographs.
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Afro-Bets ABC Book by Cheryl Willis Hudson