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  • What Dat? The Great Big Ugly Doll Book of Things to Look at, Search for, Point to, and Wonder About (Uglydolls)
  • Written by David Horvath and Sun-Min Kim
  • Format: Hardcover | ISBN: 9780375864346
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What Dat? The Great Big Ugly Doll Book of Things to Look at, Search for, Point to, and Wonder About (Uglydolls)

Written by David HorvathAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by David Horvath and Sun-Min KimAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by Sun-Min Kim

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Synopsis

Synopsis

Look out, Richard Scarry! There's a new busy word book in town—and Ugly has never looked better! The wildly popular Uglydoll characters are sharing their bright and colorful Uglyverse down to the tiniest detail. Featuring over 563 labeled wacky and regular words, readers will have a blast with lots and lots to search for, point to, and wonder about.

What dat? Dat, folks, is a whole wide world of Ugly fun!

Praise

Praise

School Library Journal, September 2011:
"The popularity of the toys combined with the fun of a look-and-find word book should make this a popular choice."

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