Harris Finds His Feet

Harris Finds His Feet

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Meet Harris the hare.

Harris is a very small hare with very big feet. But where will they take him? Join Harris and his grandfather as they race to the top of the mountains and discover their wonderful world is just a hop away.


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Also available: a beautiful board book of Harris Finds his Feet.

With sturdy pages for little hands, this is a perfect gift for babies and toddlers.



Product Description

Harris was a very small hare with very big feet. 'Why do I have such enormous feet, Grandad?' Harris sighed. So Grandad shows Harris how to hop high into the sky, to climb to the tops of the mountains, and to run very fast. Harris not only learns about the world around him but also the importance of finding his own feet.

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