Anna Hibiscus' Song

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Kane Miller Book Pub, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
30 Reviews
Anna Hibiscus is so filled with happiness that she feels like she might float away. And the more she talks to her mother and father and grandfather and grandmother and aunties and cousins about it, the more her happiness grows! There's only one thing to do...Sing!

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User Review  - Rachel Lee - Goodreads

Beautiful book. I would use this when talking about character traits Read full review

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User Review  - Shannon - Goodreads

I assumed this was going to be a full color version of a chapter from one of the chapter books about Anna Hibiscus, so I was very pleasantly surprised that it is a stand alone story about happiness and how it grows when you share it. We have read this multiple times. Read full review

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