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Paw Patrol Pawsome Teamwork
by Nickelodeon Spin Master

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This book was a fave of my daughter it had falls on every page to lift for more of the story. She likes books with little pages built inside them like this one.

Too Much Noise
by Ann Mcgovern

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This was a cute book, but it did not hold my toddler's attention. May have been a little old for her.

Doll’s Tea Party Trouble
by Betty Ann Schwartz

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Cute interactive book with arms that move on the dolly. My toddler wanted to know why there were no teddy bears at the tea party.

Elly My True Story Of The Holocaust
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Good book! Makes me appreciate my life!

Follow Me Around The World
by Priddy Books

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It was pretty amazing!

ABC Color
by Walter Foster

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Interesting use of the alphabet to teach various colors. Pretty illustrations alsoz

Dora's Birthday Surprise
by Molly Reisner Nickelodeon

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Used this book to explain the purpose of birthdays. My toddler went to a birthday party and was confused afterward why we didn't go to the party every day. Hahaha

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Board Book
by Little Learners

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Puppet board book. One of the first five or so books I started with when I began reading to my daughter at 1 yr old. Classic!

The Rabbit Listened By Cori Doerrfeld
by Cori Doerrfeld

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The first time we read this book stuck with my child bc she really started planning and continues to play more with her wooden blocks before we read this book. Sometimes we all need to stop and just listen.

A Story For Small Bear
by Alice B. McGinty & Richard Jones

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We received this in our Imagination Library mailing. It was a little too long of a read for my 2.5 yr old. But was a cute story about a bear’s hibernation and routine before hibernation.