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Rosie and Michael, Volume 28

Judith Viorst - Juvenile Fiction - 1998 - 40 pages
Rosie likes Michael when he's dopey and not just when he's smart. Michael likes Rosie when she's grouchy and not just when she's nice. That's how friends are. When Michael's ...
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Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

Judith Viorst, Ray Cruz - Juvenile Fiction - 1987 - 32 pages
Recounts the events of a day when everything goes wrong for Alexander.
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I Like to Be Little

Charlotte Zolotow - Juvenile Fiction - 1990 - 32 pages
With her finely tuned ear for the concerns and cadences of childhood, Zolotow records a little girl describing all the things she likes that grown-ups usually do not. This tale ...
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One is for the sun

Lenore Blegvad, Erik Blegvad - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1968 - 32 pages
Simple rhymed text counts to ten and then ten million using sights, sounds, and sensations in a child's world.
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Rainy day Kate

Lenore Blegvad, Erik Blegvad - Psychology - 1988 - 30 pages
A child's excited speculations on what fun can he had with Kate when she comes to play come to an end when a rainy day cancels Kate's visit, but the fun is not permanently spoiled.
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My Mama Says There Aren't Any Zombies, Ghosts, Vampires, Demons, Monsters, Fiend

Judith Viorst - Juvenile Fiction - 1987 - 48 pages
How can Nick believe his mother's telling him there aren't any monsters when she forgets what his favorite flavor of ice cream is? Or when she makes him wear boots and it doesn ...
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You're Officially a Grown-up: The Graduate's Guide to Freedom ...

Judith Viorst, Robin Preiss-Glasser - Humor - 1999 - 48 pages
A humorous guide to growing up offers advice on coping with the joys and anxieties of leaving home and trying to make one's own way in the world
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May I visit?

Charlotte Zolotow, Erik Blegvad - Juvenile Fiction - 1976 - 32 pages
A little girl asks if she may return home to visit when she grows up and no longer spills powder in the bathroom or knocks over the plants.
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First Friends

Lenore Blegvad - Juvenile Fiction - 2000 - 24 pages
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