Cap'n Smudge

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Price/Stern/Sloan, Oct 31, 1988 - Children's stories, American. - 32 pages
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Cap'n Smudge is a salty sea captain whom no one likes very much. He learns an important lesson from Serendipity the sea serpent--love and tolerance can make the world a happier place to live.

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User Review  - flamingrosedrakon - LibraryThing

I am starting to collect the Serendipity series again for my own personal library for I love the books when I was a younger child or least the ones that were out that I could find. And I don't ... Read full review

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User Review  - Julia Brumfield - Goodreads

This is an interesting story for it brings Serendipity back to us and in a position where she is doing her new job. Even though she gets mad she has also emotionally grown-up to help those who look ... Read full review

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