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Books with title Hurry Up, Jessie

  • Hurry Up, Jessie

    Harriet Ziefert

    Hardcover (Random House Books for Young Readers, Oct. 12, 1987)
    Jessie hunts high and low--in the cabinets, the washing machine, and other unlikely places--for her missing sneaker and beach gear as Mom prepares to leave for the beach
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  • Hurry Up, Jessie

    Harriet Ziefert, Mavis Smith

    Paperback (Harpercollins Childrens Books, May 1, 1991)
    Jessie prepares for a trip to the beach as her mother hurries her along. Die-cut pages permit the reader to see through one page to another.
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  • Hurry Up!

    Anne-Sophie Tilly, Julien Chung

    Board book (Annick Press, March 14, 2017)
    Hurry Up! and it’s companion book Don’t Move are ideal board books for very young children. With only one word per page, simple, bold illustrations, and a surprise ending in both, these books can be used to expose toddlers to the names of animals. Those featured include common ones like lion or monkey, but there are also ones that may be new to children, like iguana or pink flamingo. In Hurry Up!, the animals gather one by one until they’re all assembled on the last page to listen to a story. Similarly, in Don’t Move!, the animals come together to have their photo taken. The name of each animal is presented in English, French, and Spanish, so whether parents/caregivers are native speakers or want to expose their children early to a foreign language, these two board books are just the thing.
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  • Jessie Hurry Up

    Ziefert

    Paperback (Hodder & Stoughton Childrens Division, March 15, 1991)
    None
  • Hurry Up!

    Ann Bryant, Terry Pastor

    Paperback (Crabtree Pub Co, April 15, 2011)
    Vehicles of all sorts get angry when they are stuck behind a slow-moving tractor.
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  • Hurry! by Jessie Haas

    Jessie Haas

    Hardcover (Greenwillow Books, March 15, 1889)
    Excellent Book
  • Hurry Up!

    Carol Murray, Dave Garbot

    Library Binding (Childrens Pr, March 1, 2003)
    A child's teeth must be brushed, hair combed, and bed made before going to the circus.
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  • Hurry Up!

    Ann Bryant, Terry Pastor

    Library Binding (Crabtree Pub Co, April 5, 2011)
    Vehicles of all sorts get angry when they are stuck behind a slow-moving tractor.
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  • Hurry Up!

    Carol Murray, Dave Garbot

    Paperback (Childrens Pr, Sept. 1, 2003)
    A child's teeth must be brushed, hair combed, and bed made before going to the circus.
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  • Hurry Up, Hurry Up

    Laurette Zhang

    Paperback (Sinolingua London Ltd, )
    None
  • Hurry Up!

    Joceline Sanschagrin, Pierre Brignaud

    Library Binding (Paw Prints 2009-07-10, April 9, 2009)
    None
  • Hurry Up!

    Carol Murray

    Paperback (Scholastic, Inc., March 15, 2003)
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