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Author: Mary LeBar
ISBN: 0872393569
Pages 24 pages
Publisher Standard Pub (1979)
Language English
Category: For Children
Rating: 4.9
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ePUB size: 1969 kb
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by Mary LeBar


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How God Gives Us Jelly by. Mary LeBar, Vera Gohman (Illustrator). How God Gives Us Peanut Butter (A Happy Day Book).

ISBN13: 9780872393561. How God Gives Us Peanut Butter.

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if we are talking about you eating one whole jar of peanut butter a day, everyday, for weeks without end. Yeah I'd say that its very unhealthy. If you ate a whole jar only once in a rare while as a treat then I cant imagine it would be super bad, it would be about the equivalent of eating a whole carton of ice cream.

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