Daddies by Adele Aron Greenspun

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Daddies take us to parades, and home again, on picnics, to parties, to the zoo.

And throw, win, and lose. Daddies take us to parades, and home again, on picnics, to parties, to the zoo.

And throw, win, and lose. Daddies take us to parades, and home again, on picnics, to parties, to the zoo.

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