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I like myself! —Beaumont, Karen.

In rhyming text, a little girl expresses confidence and joy in her uniqueness, no matter her outward appearance.

I ain't gonna paint no more! —Beaumont, Karen, author.

In the rhythm of a familiar folk song, a child cannot resist adding one more dab of paint in surprising places.

No sleep for the sheep! —Beaumont, Karen.

A sheep wants nothing but to go to sleep in the big red barn on the farm, but each time he closes his eyes, another animal moos or neighs or peeps to come in.

Hats off to you! —Beaumont, Karen, author.

Emily, Ashley, Kaitlyn, and Claire are busy trying on different hats, uncertain which ones to wear to the street fair.

Wild about us! —Beaumont, Karen.

From Elephant's long nose to Kangaroo's huge feet to Monkey's stick-out ears, everyone is worth celebrating, no matter what they look like.

Move over, Rover! —Beaumont, Karen.

When a storm comes, Rover expects to have his doghouse all to himself but finds that various other animals, including a skunk, come to join him. It's raining cats and dogs! Good thing Rover is snuggled safe and dry insid...

Dini Dinosaur —Beaumont, Karen.

After a day of playing, a young dinosaur needs help from Mama at bathtime before being tucked into bed.

Where's my t-r-u-c-k? —Beaumont, Karen.

Tommy looks everywhere in the house for his lost toy truck.

Doggone dogs! —Beaumont, Karen.

Ten unruly dogs get loose at the park, and when they are captured by the dog-catcher, they work together to effect their escape and return home.

Move over, Rover! —Beaumont, Karen.

When a storm comes, Rover expects to have his doghouse all to himself but finds that various other animals, including a skunk, come to join him. It's raining cats and dogs! Good thing Rover is snuggled safe and dry insid...

Duck, duck, goose! : a coyote's on the loose! —Beaumont, Karen.

Several farm animals try to evade a coyote that they think is dangerous.

Pretty kitty —Beaumont, Karen, author.

In this charming counting book, a lonely old man discovers one kitty on his front step. But he does not want a kitty cat - scat! As the number of kitties grows, will the man find room in his heart-and home-for his new fe...

Baby danced the polka —Beaumont, Karen.

Instead of napping, baby dances with the farm animals.

I like myself! —Beaumont, Karen, author.

A little girl expresses confidence and joy in her uniqueness, no matter her outward appearance.

Crybaby —Beaumont, Karen.

When Baby cries, her family and neighbors try unsuccessfully to stop her tears and get her back to sleep, but Roy, the old retriever, knows that Baby needs her toy sheep for a good night.

Who ate all the cookie dough? —Beaumont, Karen.

Kanga and her friends try to discover who ate all of her cookie dough.

Shoe-la-la! —Beaumont, Karen.

Four girls go in search of the perfect pair of party shoes.

Girl power 5-minute stories : 10 books in 1.

Ten stories featuring girls celebrate kindness, confidence, determination, fearlessness, and fun for all girls.

Being friends —Beaumont, Karen.

Two very different girls find that the joy of being friends enables them to share their various likes and dislikes.

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