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By Collis, Carolyn
The bears visit Tonga and see musicians, dancers, and singers.
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The bears count to 9 in a garden
By Collis, Carolyn; Translated by Robati, Tuaine-Nurse Tamarua
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The bears visit Tonga and count objects in groups of objects 1 to 9.
By Collis, Carolyn; Translated by Matele, Fekita
The bears visit Tonga and see what food is growing and being eaten in Tongan.
The bears visit Tonga and see what food is growing and being eaten.
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