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My big book of beginner books about me

Collects six Beginner Books stories about different body parts.

But not the armadillo —Boynton, Sandra, author, illustrator.

Behold the armadillo, a cute and curious creature who follows his nose wherever it goes. Join him as he quietly travels the less-traveled road: he picks cranberries, stops and smells the flowers, takes a nap in the meado...

Mr. Nosey —Hargreaves, Roger, 1935-1988, author.

Mr. Nosey finds it is painful to stick his nose into otherpeople's business.

I've got your nose! —Bentley, Nancy.

Unhappy with her little button nose, a witch tries to cast a spell to change it to a long pointy one with warts.

Alfred's nose —Flesher, Vivienne.

Even though everybody loves him as he is, Alfred, a French bulldog, finds it hard to accept his unusual looks, especially his nose.

Your nose! —Boynton, Sandra, author.

Starring a little fox child and a big fox parent, here's a loving ode to terrific noses of all kinds. Your Nose! is a year-round valentine in the tradition of beloved Boynton board books like Snuggle Puppy. It's a celebr...

Mr. Blewitt's nose : featuring Primrose Pumpkin, her helpful nature & her incredibly smelly dog, Dirk —Taylor, Alastair.

Primrose Pumpkin, who always tries to be helpful, and her dog Dirk, who is very smelly, try to locate the owner of a nose they find on a park bench.

Arthur's nose —Brown, Marc Tolon.

Unhappy with his nose, Arthur visits the rhinologist to get a new one.

Arthur's nose —Brown, Marc Tolon.

Unhappy with his nose, Arthur visits the rhinologist to get a new one.

The nose book —Perkins, Al.

Noses are interesting and serve many purposes including the one of holding up glasses.

Whose toes are those? —Symes, Sally.

Gives a description of an animal to guess. Lift the flap to see if you are correct.

The nose book —Perkins, Al.

Noses are interesting and serve many purposes including the one of holding up glasses.

The adventures of a nose —Schwarz, Viviane.

The Nose searches all over the world for a place where he can both fit in and stick out, a place where he can be happy.

Bubba Begonia, you'll be sorry! —O'Brien, Gerry, 1945-

Bubba Begonia wants to make a good first impression at his new school, even with his unsightly habit of picking his nose.

Fix —Margolis, Leslie.

After her nose job, Cameron Beekman is determined to have breast implants before she goes off to college, while her little sister, Allie, struggles with doubts about her own approaching "procedure."

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