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92

Parts

Baby teeth & hair fall out; do our bodies fall apart?
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Hilariously, a five year old is confused by convincing  'evidence' that his body is disassembling, like a cheap doll.

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85

Red is Best

Self esteem arises from thinking thoroughly & knowing with certainty.
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Red is Best portrays Kelly's admirable and fun, intellectual, independence as she happily tells us all her cute reasons for preferring red.

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79

The Cake That Mack Ate

The Cake That Mack Ate shows children quite a bit of the details that make a cake possible.
Plot-ThemeShort Review

A lot of things make up a cake, so one should not waste it.

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67

Pippi in the South Seas

Good children's books do not utterly leave reality unless it is to convey a real world lesson.
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Pippi and friends have a happy time coping with a very different life on a Pacific Isle, where her Dad is the king of its natives.

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66

Mrs. Honey’s Hat

Great children's literature can be light hearted and provide a useful lesson.
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Mrs. Honey is so inattentive she allows her hat to be transformed into something amusingly undesirable.

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60

It’s Disgusting and We Ate it!

Crude cover art & a crude concepts do not make great children's books
Plot-ThemeShort Review

Oddness in food is both subject and theme, with some suggestion that food tastes vary with culture and history.

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59

Pippi Longstocking

Pippi Longstocking pursues happiness through nonsense, not success.
Plot-ThemeShort Review

Pippi uses her imagination in every situation to draw out every happy or fun aspect possible.

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52

Jingle Babies

Cover Image - Jingle Babies Cute but nothing more.
Plot-ThemeShort Review

Twelve annotated pictures of real babies dressed up in cute and funny Xmas gear will get lots of attention from young children, but serve no other purpose.

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50

I Have to Go

Cover of "I Have to Go" - a comedic children's book based urinary indecision.
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Andrew learns the trouble it causes when he falsely communicates a need to pee, then wets himself.

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35

Mog and the Vee Ee Tee

children's book / cover image / Mog and the Vee Ee Tee
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Mog causes pointless chaos when visiting the vet, and both recover.

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