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Books with title No Biting!

  • No Biting!

    Karen Katz

    Hardcover (Grosset & Dunlap, May 27, 2002)
    Even the most angelic babies sometimes hit or bite, and no one-not Mommy, or playmates, or even the family pet!-is exempt when the adorable, but frustrated, toddlers in No Biting! decide to act out. But just lift the flaps, and you'll discover that these babies know a better way to act after all. Refreshingly honest and all-too-true, this funny book is one that babies and parents will want to share again and again.
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  • No Biting!

    Karen Katz

    Paperback (Grosset & Dunlap, March 3, 2011)
    Can you bite your mom? No! What can you bite? An apple! Karen Katz's books are a must-have for every new mom and dad because they focus on how toddlers grow up and become more social.
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  • No Biting!

    Karen Katz

    Paperback (Grosset & Dunlap, March 3, 2011)
    Can you bite your mom? No! What can you bite? An apple! Karen Katz's books are a must-have for every new mom and dad because they focus on how toddlers grow up and become more social.
  • No Fighting, No Biting!

    Else Holmelund Minarik, Maurice Sendak

    Paperback (HarperCollins, Oct. 25, 1978)
    Poor Cousin Joan!She can't read her book when Willy and Rosa are pinching and squeezing and fighting. So she tells them stories about two little alligators who are always fighting and biting—just like Willy and Rosa!
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  • No Biting, Louise

    Margie Palatini, Matthew Reinhart

    Library Binding (Katherine Tegen Books, Aug. 21, 2007)
    Louise has a problem. She has the tendency to . . . how to put it?Gnaw?Chomp?Bite!. . . on everything and everybody. She promises Mother that she won't do it again, but sometimes Louise just can't help herself. "OOOOooooowww!"No biting, louise captures the humor—and the pain—of a common stage for preschoolers.
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  • No Fighting, No Biting!

    Else Holmelund Minarik, Maurice Sendak

    Library Binding (HarperCollins, Jan. 1, 1958)
    The need for and popularity of books for first grade children to read themselves was proved conclusively by this author and artist's first collaboration—Little Bear. Children, librarians, teachers, parents, and reviewers were unanimous in their praises. A few of their comments appear on the back flap of this jacket.Else Holmelund Minarik and Maurice Sendak have again combined their talents to make a book filled with laughter and adventure. Children will love to find out why Rosa and Willy are like two little alligators (and why Lightfoot and Quickfoot are like two little children!).They will enjoy the delightful story, be enchanted by the joyous pictures, and be thrilled to have another book of which they can truly say, "I Can Read!"
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  • No Fighting, No Biting!

    Else Holmelund Minarik, Maurice Sendak

    School & Library Binding (Turtleback Books, Oct. 25, 1978)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Sometimes Rosa and Willy behave like the two little alligators in the stories Cousin Joan tells them.
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  • No Fighting, No Biting!

    Else Holmelund Minarik, Maurice Sendak

    Hardcover (Scholastic, Jan. 1, 2003)
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  • No Biting, Puma!

    Jeanne Willis, Mark Birchall

    Hardcover (Lerner Pub Group, July 1, 2001)
    On Puma's first day of school, he keeps biting his classmates until Guinea Pig and Monkey teach him a lesson.
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  • No Fighting, No Biting!

    Else Holmelund Minarik, Maurice Sendak

    Hardcover (Harper, Jan. 21, 1958)
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  • No Biting, Louise

    Margie Palatini, Matthew Reinhart

    Hardcover (Katherine Tegen Books, Sept. 1, 2007)
    Louise has a problem. She has the tendency to . . . how to put it? Gnaw? Chomp? Bite! . . . on everything and everybody. She promises Mother that she won't do it again, but sometimes Louise just can't help herself. "OOOOooooowww!" No biting, louise captures the humor—and the pain—of a common stage for preschoolers.
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  • No Biting, Louise

    Margie Palatini, Matthew Reinhart

    Hardcover (Katherine Tegen Books, Sept. 1, 2007)
    Louise has a problem. She has the tendency to . . . how to put it? Gnaw? Chomp? Bite! . . . on everything and everybody. She promises Mother that she won't do it again, but sometimes Louise just can't help herself. "OOOOooooowww!" No biting, louise captures the humor—and the pain—of a common stage for preschoolers.
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