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Little Mad —Brun-Cosme, Nadine, author.

"In this reassuring board book about first feelings, little ones will be able to relate and learn from Little Mad as she learns how to calm down after getting upset. The perfect book for parents and little ones to share,...

Little Love —Brun-Cosme, Nadine, author.

When Little One sees Mommy and Daddy, a big smile grows on her face, Mommy wraps Little One in her arms and showers her with kisses. In this sweet story all about love, Little Love learns just how much her parents love h...

Little joy —Brun-Cosme, Nadine, author.

"In this sweet story all about joy, Little Joy discovers what makes her happy! A perfect first book of feelings, this book highlights the sensation of being happy and bright!" -- Amazon.

Little Worry —Brun-Cosme, Nadine, author.

"In this calming, reassuring story about first feelings, little ones will be able to relate and learn what to do when they feel anxious or worried about the dark. The perfect book for young readers and parents to share, ...

With Dad, it's like that —Brun-Cosme, Nadine, author.

"When Mom's at the movies, Dad is in charge of bath time, dinnertime, and bedtime. Nothing is quite right -- but maybe that's not so bad"-- Provided by publisher.

Daddy Long Legs —Brun-Cosme, Nadine, author.

The car had trouble starting this morning. It gets Matty to nursery, but what if later it won't start at all... how will Dad pick him up? Matty is very worried.But Dad soon puts Matty's fears to rest with a series of inc...

With Dad, It's Like That —Brun-Cosme, Nadine, author.
EBook
2016

When Mom's at the movies, Dad is in charge for the night. And from lumpy potatoes to bathwater that's a little too cold, nothing is quite right. That's not how Mom does it," Clara tells Dad. But she soon learns that Dad'...

With Dad, It's Like That —Brun-Cosme, Nadine, author.
EBook
2016

When Mom’s at the movies, Dad is in charge for the night. And from lumpy potatoes to bathwater that’s a little too cold, nothing is quite right. “That’s not how Mom does it,” Clara tells Dad. But she soon learns that Dad...

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