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Heather has two mommies —Newman, Lesléa, author.
Book
2016
11 available of 16 items

"Heather's favorite number is two. She has two arms, two legs, and two pets. And she also has two mommies. When Heather goes to school for the first time, someone asks her about her daddy, but Heather doesn't have a dadd...

I'm gonna like me : letting off a little self-esteem —Curtis, Jamie Lee, 1958-
Book
2002
23 available of 30 items

A young girl learns to like herself every single day, no matter what.

Big words for little people —Curtis, Jamie Lee, 1958-
Book
2008
17 available of 19 items

A big sister teaches her younger siblings some important words, like "responsible," "persevere," and "respect."

This is me : a story of who we are & where we came from —Curtis, Jamie Lee, 1958- author.
Book
2016
3 available of 7 items

"What would you take? Imagine you were leaving for a new country and could bring along only what would fit in a small suitcase. Which things would you choose to say to the world, "Hi there, this is me!""-- Provided by pu...

Today I feel silly & other moods that make my day —Curtis, Jamie Lee, 1958- author.
Book
1998
12 available of 17 items

A child's emotions range from silliness to anger to excitement, coloring and changing each day.

Tell me again about the night I was born —Curtis, Jamie Lee, 1958-
Book
1996
18 available of 21 items

A young girl asks her parents to tell her again the cherished family story of her birth and adoption.

It's hard to be five : learning how to work my control panel —Curtis, Jamie Lee, 1958-
Book
2004
24 available of 29 items

A child finds that learning to have self control is hard, but it can also be fun.

Me, myselfie & I : a cautionary tale —Curtis, Jamie Lee, 1958- author.
Book
2018
10 available of 13 items

When her mom becomes obsessed with taking selfies, a little girl must bring her back to reality.

Is there really a human race? —Curtis, Jamie Lee, 1958-
Book
2006
23 available of 24 items

While thinking about life as a race, a child wonders whether it is most important to finish first or to have fun along the way.

Good night pillow fight —Cook, Sally.
Book
2005
25 available of 26 items

Rhyming bedtime conversation between a city full of parents and their children, who are much more interested in playing than sleeping.

My mommy hung the moon : a love story —Curtis, Jamie Lee, 1958-
Book
2010
6 available of 8 items

A hard-working mother's extraordinary accomplishments are listed by her devoted child.

M.O.M. (Mom operating manual) —Cronin, Doreen.
Book
2011
11 available of 12 items

A guide to the care and maintenance of mothers, who are, according to the manual, "the most advanced human models on the planet."

Where do balloons go? : an uplifting mystery —Curtis, Jamie Lee, 1958-
Book
2000
11 available of 13 items

A child wonders about what happens to a balloon that is let go, as a parent would wonder about what might happen to a child once he leaves home.

When I was little : a four-year-old's memoir of her youth —Curtis, Jamie Lee, 1958-
Book
1993
6 available of 7 items

A four-year-old describes how she has changed since she was a baby.

Little baby Bobby —Van Laan, Nancy.
Book
1997
6 available of 6 items

When a bouncy baby's buggy goes whooshing down a hill, he is in for quite a ride as an assortment of people give chase.

Contrary bear —Root, Phyllis.
Book
1996
1 available of 1 items

After she sees how upset her father has become, a little girl who blames her bad behavior on her stuffed bear tells her father that the bear will try to act better.

Earl's too cool for me —Komaiko, Leah.
Book
1988
4 available of 4 items

The antics and adventures of cool boy Earl include riding on the Milky Way, growing a rose from his fingernails, and swinging with gorillas.

Annie Bananie —Komaiko, Leah.
Book
1987
5 available of 5 items

Sad because her best friend, Annie Bananie, is moving away, a little girl remembers all the fun they had together.

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