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Books with author Katharine Ross

  • Sweetie and Petie

    Katharine Ross, Lisa McCue

    Hardcover (Random House Books for Young Readers, Jan. 25, 2000)
    Sweetie and Petie live with their families on a small island. Their parents are always trying to get them to play together. But Sweetie won't play with Petie because he's a boy, and Petie won't play with Sweetie because she's a girl. Will these adorable little skunks ever learn to be friends?
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  • ANIMAL BABIES + PUZZLE

    Katharine Ross

    Hardcover (Random House Books for Young Readers, Oct. 19, 1988)
    Text and illustrations introduce the characteristics and habits of a variety of baby animals
  • The Baby Animals' Party

    Katharine Ross

    Hardcover (Smithmark Publishing, June 15, 1989)
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  • The Baby Animals' Party

    Katharine Ross, Lisa McCue

    Hardcover (Random House Books for Young Readers, March 12, 1986)
    When a new baby animal is born in the forest, all the other baby animals hurry to visit, each bringing a special gift.
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  • The Little Pumpkin Book

    Katharine Ross

    Library Binding (Random House Childrens Books, June 1, 1999)
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  • Grover Grover Come on Over

    Katharine Ross

    Library Binding (Econo-Clad Books, Oct. 15, 1999)
    Illus. in full color. Grover can't come over because he's busy working on a secret recycling project. Young readers can unravel the mystery as Grover enlists the help of Elmo, Betty Lou, Bert and Herry to make his idea fly.
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  • When You Were A Baby

    Katharine Ross

    Hardcover (Random House Value Publishing, May 14, 1990)
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  • When You Were a Baby

    Katharine Ross

    Hardcover (Random House Books for Young Readers, Dec. 3, 1988)
    None
  • After Midnight

    Katharine Rogers

    language (, Feb. 20, 2015)
    Stop me if you're heard this one before: Prince meets mysterious girl at party, Prince falls head-over-heels for said pretty girl, girl flees at midnight, girl leaves shoe behind, Prince uses abandoned shoe to find her again. It's the basic Cinderella story that everyone knows. But then what? What if the classic characters are more than cardboard cutouts? What if Cinderella has difficulties adapting to her new role? What if the Prince's last lady-love left him with serious issues? What if their happily ever after isn't with each other? After Midnight: the Cinderella story you only think you know. Because the ball is only the beginning.The ball is only the beginning.
  • Fuzzy Teddy

    Katharine Ross, Lisa McCue

    Board book (Random House Books for Young Readers, Sept. 21, 1993)
    Illustrated in full color. The friendship between a child and his teddy is warmly portrayed as they have tea, ride a tricycle, and even take a bath!
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  • After Midnight

    Katharine Rogers

    (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Feb. 21, 2015)
    Stop me if you're heard this one before: Prince meets mysterious girl at party, Prince falls head-over-heels for said pretty girl, girl flees at midnight, girl leaves shoe behind, Prince uses abandoned shoe to find her again. It's the basic Cinderella story that everyone knows. But then what? What if the classic characters are more than cardboard cutouts? What if Cinderella has difficulties adapting to her new role? What if the Prince's last lady-love left him with serious issues? What if their happily ever after isn't with each other? After Midnight: the Cinderella story you only think you know. Because the ball is only the beginning.
  • Elmo and Grover, Come on Over!

    Katharine Ross, Tom Cooke

    Library Binding (Random House Books for Young Readers, July 23, 2013)
    Elmo and Grover are borrowing things from their friends to make a mystery creation. Boys and girls ages 4–6 will want to find out what it is in this Sesame Street Step into Reading Step 1 leveled reader.
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