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Princess Baby: Poor baby, no one calls her by her real name! "I am not a buttercup, or a giggly goose. I am not a cupcake. Please don't call me Little Lamb, and never ever Gum Drop," she insists. With a curtsy and a twirl, again and again our protagonist makes it abundantly clear who she is. She wears a shiny crown, a fancy dress, sparkly shoes, a velvet cape, and glittery jewels. There are more clues too the dances with princes, has perfect manners, and makes sure that everyone in her kingdom is happy. Her persistence pays off in the end, and even the youngest readers will be cheering, "Princess Baby!"
Princess Baby Night Night: Poor Princess Baby. It's bedtime, but she isn't sleepy. After all, there is so much a princess baby needs to do. PJs need to be put on, toys need to be put away, the perfect book needs to be chosen, and her beloved subjects need to brush their teeth! It's a very busy time in Princess Baby's room. Young readers will want to climb into their own beds when our pint-sized heroine finally pulls up the covers and goes "night-night."
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The holidays are on the horizon — which means it's the perfect time to stock up on toys. This sale includes creative finds that every kid will love — including hand-crafted teddy bears, cars, puzzles, and more. Hope you have a lot of wrapping paper handy!
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