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25 Pictures for Children

Danish
 
The 25th hour
The 25th hour
Mongolian
 
A.B.C. of the apple pie

English
 
ABC and reading book
ABC and reading book
German
 
Address
Address
Persian / Farsi
 
The adventures of Tongue-Boy

Yiddish
 
An adventure with animals

Spanish
 
The adventurous face
The adventurous face
Persian / Farsi + others
 
Again I wrote morning, it was morning

Persian / Farsi + others
 
Aiani and the Pia ghost

Tongan + others
 
Aiani and the Pia ghost

Rarotongan / Cook Island Maori + others
 
Aiani and the Pia ghost

Niuean + others
 
 

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