Mountain Chef
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Triangle Interactive, LLC, 2018.
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Annette Bay Pimentel., Annette Bay Pimentel|AUTHOR., & Rich Lo|ILLUSTRATOR. (2018). Mountain Chef. Triangle Interactive, LLC.

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Annette Bay Pimentel, Annette Bay Pimentel|AUTHOR and Rich Lo|ILLUSTRATOR. 2018. Mountain Chef. Triangle Interactive, LLC.

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Annette Bay Pimentel, Annette Bay Pimentel|AUTHOR and Rich Lo|ILLUSTRATOR, Mountain Chef. Triangle Interactive, LLC, 2018.

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Annette Bay Pimentel, Annette Bay Pimentel|AUTHOR, and Rich Lo|ILLUSTRATOR. Mountain Chef. Triangle Interactive, LLC, 2018. Web.

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Full titlemountain chef
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