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Princess Smartypants rules —Cole, Babette.

Princess Smartypants discovers that it is easier to capture evildoers and rule the kingdom of Totaloonia than to control one small baby.

How to put your parents to bed —Larsen, Mylisa, author.

A child provides instructions for putting tired parents to bed.

顽皮公主万万岁 Wan pi gong zhu wan wan sui = Long live Princess Smartypants —Cole, Babette.

Princess Smartypants decides it would be lovely to have a baby but she has an aversion to princes. When a twist of fate brings her just what she has been hoping for she soon realizes that babies are an awful lot of trou...

Prince Cinders —Cole, Babette.

A fairy grants a small, skinny prince a change in appearance and the chance to go to the Palace Disco.

The bad good manners book —Cole, Babette.

A rhyming text and colorful illustrations give a lighthearted look at etiquette for the young.

Long live Princess Smartypants —Cole, Babette.

Princess Smartypants decides it would be lovely to have a baby but she has an aversion to princes. When a twist of fate brings her just what she has been hoping for she soon realizes that babies are an awful lot of trou...

Hair in funny places : a book about puberty —Cole, Babette.

A teddy bear explains to a little girl how Mr. and Mrs. Hormone cause people to change during puberty.

Princess Smartypants —Cole, Babette.

Not wishing to marry any of her royal suitors, Princess Smartypants devises difficult tasks at which they all fail, until the multitalented Prince Swashbuckle appears.

Princess Smartypants —Cole, Babette.

Not wishing to marry any of her royal suitors, Princess Smartypants devises difficult tasks at which they all fail, until the multitalented Prince Swashbuckle appears.

Mommy laid an egg! : or where do babies come from ? —Cole, Babette.

Two children explain to their parents, using their own drawings, where babies come from.

頑皮公主不出嫁 Wan pi gong zhu bu chu jia —Cole, Babette.

Not wishing to marry any of her royal suitors, Princess Smartypants devises difficult tasks at which they all fail, until the multitalented Prince Swashbuckle appears.

Hair in funny places —Cole, Babette.

A teddy bear explains to a little girl how Mr. and Mrs. Hormone cause people to change during puberty.

Prince Cinders

Poor Prince Cinders: he's stuck at home doing the laundry and housework while his three mean, macho brothers live it up around town. When his fairy godmother offers to turn him into a He-man, things go hilariously wrong ...

The un-wedding —Cole, Babette.

As their parents disagree more and more about everything, Demetrius and Paula Ogglebutt decide that everyone would be happier if they "un-marry."

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