People on the Go Mazes

People on the Go Mazes

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Kids can help a bus driver get the students to school, guide a princess to her castle, reunite a cowboy with his horse, and navigate 45 other mazes with this lively little book. Brief captions explain the goal of each challenge, and solutions appear at the end.

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