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90

The Potty Book for Girls

Best parenting practices.
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Capucilli helps parents and child adopt, not only the right approach, but the right mood, for potty training.

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90

The Potty Book For Boys

Best parenting practices for boys.
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Capucilli helps parents and child adopt, not only the right approach, but the right mood, for potty training.

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85

The Maggie B.

One needs to have a comfortable 'place' in their lives.
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This simple story is literary art for children at bedtime:  every child should have a 'life' on their own Maggie B.

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83

Franklin Fibs

Children must learn the importance of honesty, as a part of personal character.
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Franklin boasts a lie, and learns that true self-esteem and integrity require a focus on genuine abilities.

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81

Scat! Scat!

This cat has unrelenting self-respect, and rightly so!
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Undeterred by rejections, a lovely cat proudly perseveres at finding a home.

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80

The Wolfhound

A children's book about a Borzoi - the Russian Wolfhound
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Risking the Tsar's punishment for theiving, Pavel courageously saves a beautiful wolfhound, and receives an unexpected justice.

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77

The Several Lives of Orphan Jack

The Several Lives of Orphan Jack focuses on the value of language in presenting ideas.
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Jack's survival comes to depend on the happy perspectives that his vocabulary and literary wit offers others

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76

The Big Storm

In "The Big Storm", Jeanette pursues to recover a lost value: her kitten
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During a big snowstorm Jeanette realizes she had forgotten her cat, remembers its value, and rushes to find it.

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70

Biscuit’s Big Friend

Best children's books teach independence rather than adulation.
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Biscuit can't match his big friend Sam, but finds he has values of his own.

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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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