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Stephanie's Ponytail

Stephanie's Ponytail
  • Author: Robert Munsch
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  • ISBN: 1773210351
  • Page: 32
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When Stephanie comes to school with her hair in a ponytail, all the other students copy her, so she decides to change her hairstyle every day, with disastrous results.

When Stephanie comes to school with her hair in a ponytail, all the other students copy her, so she decides to change her hairstyle every day, with disastrous results.


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Stephanie's Ponytail
Language: en
Pages: 32
Authors: Robert Munsch
Categories: JUVENILE FICTION
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