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Books with title Too Many Puppies

  • Too Many Puppies!

    Mary Tillworth

    Paperback (Random House Books for Young Readers, Jan. 7, 2014)
    Is there such a thing as too many puppies? BarbieĀ® and her friends just might find out! Girls ages 5 to 8 will love reading this Step 3 Comic Reader based on Barbie's hilarious series of webisodes, BarbieĀ® Life in the Dream House.
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  • Too Many Puppies!

    Mary Tillworth

    Library Binding (Turtleback, Jan. 7, 2014)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. In this Step 3 Comic Reader based on Barbie's hilarious series of webisodes, young readers will discover if it is really possible to have too many puppies.
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  • Too Many Puppies

    Patience Brewster

    Paperback (Cartwheel, April 1, 1997)
    Delighted when her dog Milly has seven puppies, a little girl wants to keep them all, until she sadly realizes that so many puppies require much more work than she can accomplish. Original.
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  • Too Many Puppies!

    J. D. Thomas

    eBook (Xulon Press, June 7, 2015)
    This book is filled with love, gentleness, and humor, and can be enjoyed by children of all ages. Beautifully illustrated, the story is based on the real life adventures of one family that had too many puppies. The author is a former school teacher.
  • Too Many Puppies!

    J. D. Thomas, Leslie Spradlin

    Paperback (Xulon Press, May 31, 2015)
    This book is filled with love, gentleness, and humor, and can be enjoyed by children of all ages. Beautifully illustrated, the story is based on the real life adventures of one family that had too many puppies. The author is a former school teacher.
  • Too Many Puppies!

    Mary Tillworth

    Library Binding (Random House Books for Young Readers, Jan. 7, 2014)
    Is there such a thing as too many puppies? BarbieĀ® and her friends just might find out! Girls ages 5 to 8 will love reading this Step 3 Comic Reader based on Barbie's hilarious series of webisodes, BarbieĀ® Life in the Dream House.
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  • Too Many Puppies

    Patience Brewster

    School & Library Binding (Turtleback, April 1, 1997)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. A little girl looks forward to keeping all of Milly's puppies, but when they begin to make big demands on her, she changes her mind about them.
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  • Too Many Ponies

    Jeanne Betancourt

    Paperback (Scholastic Paperbacks, Sept. 1, 1995)
    Accepting a new job helping to train two new ponies, Pam begins to fear that the job is interfering with her social life when her long hours and lack of availability are not understood by Lulu and Anna. Original.
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  • Too Many Puppies

    Lisa Trusiana Parker, S. I. Artists

    Paperback (Golden Books, Dec. 15, 2000)
    In this lively "Dear Barbie" picture-book story, Barbie's friend Sara needs help with a problem. Sara's dog has given birth to six adorable puppies. Sara wants to keep all the puppies, but they are more than she can handle -- even with Barbie's generous help. When the community pet show opens, Barbie comes up with an answer. The pet show is the perfect place to find people to adopt five of the puppies. Sara keeps only the sixth, realizing that she cannot shower all the puppies with the love and care they need.
  • Too Many Puppies

    Patience Brewster

    Library Binding (Fitzgerald Books, Jan. 1, 2007)
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  • Dear Barbie: Too Many Puppies

    Golden Books

    Paperback (Golden Books, April 1, 1996)
    Barbie answers a letter from a girl who wants to keep all of her dog's puppies and recounts what happened when her friend Sara tried to do just that
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  • Too Many Pieces

    Marina Tiano

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Oct. 28, 2013)
    Little Gray Mouse lives on a farm among a group of field mice that are fearful of the cats on the property. He dangerously attempts to find peace and bring it to the cats, but learns from a wise, old mouse that unfortunately he is looking for the wrong kind of piece. The story ends when Little Gray Mouse happily discovers that he has possessed the meaning of peace all along. The surface theme of the story shows how people can be confused when they don't understand the meaning of a word. A more subtle theme deals with prejudice.
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