The People Could Fly
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The Child's World, Inc., 2013.
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Ann Malaspina., Ann Malaspina|AUTHOR., & Sole Otero|ILLUSTRATOR. (2013). The People Could Fly. The Child's World, Inc.

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Ann Malaspina, Ann Malaspina|AUTHOR and Sole Otero|ILLUSTRATOR. 2013. The People Could Fly. The Child's World, Inc.

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Ann Malaspina, Ann Malaspina|AUTHOR and Sole Otero|ILLUSTRATOR, The People Could Fly. The Child's World, Inc, 2013.

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Ann Malaspina, Ann Malaspina|AUTHOR, and Sole Otero|ILLUSTRATOR. The People Could Fly. The Child's World, Inc, 2013. Web.

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