Robin at Hickory Street
While searching for a new home where he can begin a family, Robin often hears "no vacancy" and "no trespassing" chirped at him.
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Robin at Hickory Street is one of the SMITHSONIAN'S BACKYARD books, a series of books to excite children about animals they might see outside their windows developed by National Museum of Natural History (a Smithsonian Institution Museum). It is a colorful science book for children from preschool through second grade.
- 1995 Trudy Management Corporation
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- Animals, Children's Books, Outdoors and Nature, Science,
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- This is a copyrighted book.
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