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Author: Monique Duncan

Paperback: N/A

Publisher: Sweet Pea Books, Inc

Copyright: 2009

Language: English

D is for Dragon Fruit

D is for Dragon Fruit is a vibrantly illustrated, exotic fruit alphabet book that exposes children to a variety of nutritious fruits, reinforces the alphabet and expands a child’s knowledge of the world.

Author/Illustrator, Monique Duncan takes you on a journey across the globe to explore dragon fruit, kumquats, quandongs and more. Travel around the world and learn about a colorful variety of fruits from A to Z in this unique alphabet book.

Biography

Monique Duncan is dedicated to influencing our youth positively through education and advocacy. She writes multicultural children’s stories that inspire, amuse, and foster a love of reading, while reflecting images and experiences with which children of diverse backgrounds can identify. She aims to help cultivate their understanding of themselves, their communities, and the world around them. Duncan lives in New York City and teaches children as she works on future book projects.

Visit the Author’s Website:www.sweetpeachildrensbooks.com

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