Over forty million children have begun the road to reading with Mrs. Wishy-Washy, and now we get to meet her lovable husband! He's just as quirky as his wife, and just as crazy about clean! Watch Mr. Wishy-Washy tackle the dirty dishes and . . . oh no! The family cat?
Make room on the shelf next to the original Mrs. Wishy-Washy for this playful, charming board book sure to make the Wishy-Washy name a household one.
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