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Babies and Barney - Hooray for Mommies! by Gayla Amaral

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By Gayla Amaral

3rd within the best-selling of Barney¹s photograph child board books, HOORAY FOR MOMMIES good points mommies enjoying, feeding, bathing, and loving their infants. And Barney loves them, too! This ebook, full of pictures and easy textual content, is ideal for Mother¹s DayŠ and each day!

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Papa did know who. "Mr. " After the Bruins drove away, Mama and Papa sat on the tree house steps and watched Brother and Sister do some plain and fancy bike riding.

After the Bruins drove away, Mama and Papa sat on the tree house steps and watched Brother and Sister do some plain and fancy bike riding.

Bruin came over to pick up Lizzy, he had a very big surprise for everybody. He had just traded in his old car for a beautiful brand-new one. And what a car it was! It had wire wheels, leather seats, and racing stripes. Mama, Brother, Sister, and Lizzy congratulated Mr. Bruin on his fine new car. But not Papa. He just stood and stared. He had the same I-gotta-have-it look that Sister had when she first saw Brother's new bike. "Papa," said Sister. " Papa did know who. "Mr. " After the Bruins drove away, Mama and Papa sat on the tree house steps and watched Brother and Sister do some plain and fancy bike riding.

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