Sally and the Limpet

While exploring on the beach, Sally gets a limpet stuck to her finger and no one can help her get it off.

Sally and the Limpet

Author: Simon James

Publisher: Candlewick Press (MA)

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Page: 32

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While exploring on the beach, Sally gets a limpet stuck to her finger and no one can help her get it off.

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