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May 2009


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I think I reviewed this same book back in the day. Or maybe it was Puppy Please. Both are great! And Zee also loved the last page.

I love book reviews, this looks like a good one! "Reat, reat", too adorable.

We have and love this book. Even though my kids are 6 now we still like to read it/look at it because the pictures are so wonderful. We also have Please Puppy Please. Also very cute.

yes i too love this book!

co-sign WM. Aren't the pictures phenomenal?

My 7 year-old looooved this book when he was around 2. The pics just jump out at you.

I actually got this one 2 years ago, cute book

aww so cute. I'd love to see him reach that shelf saying peas peas peas

(finding newness in the known)A prahse that's uttered to often in Bohemian communities.travel or movement forces us to see the newness it does not provide us newness.Easy paths in life will teach us little or nothing and have less feeling and joy in them.hard less traveled paths are filled with wounder and excitement, for those paths are new to us.At issue is the lack of true calling in peoples life. Roos you often dance at the edge of both these worlds.A true world which comes out in your art/coffee, and the false world that's reflected in car sales and jobs etc

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