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granddaddy. With this newfound companion, Calpurnia searches for the answers to
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for her passion for nature.
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creatures in danger. The adults plan to build a pancake house that would
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in their way. In this ecological mystery, can Roy and his new pals stick up for
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Enjoy the world you have,
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