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    I'm Green and I'm Grumpy! by Alison Lester, a lift-the-flap book: children go into a dress-up closet one by one, and young readers must guess who each child will be when he or she comes out..

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  • Angela Tremback

    I loved all of these books growing up!

  • Amber East

    Sylvester and the Magic Pebble was one of my faves growing up, and I never noticed that the policemen were pigs. I can understand banning some books from public libraries. Nothing stops you from buying those books for your children. So many times, children's main contact with books is through their school library, and teachers are just not prepared to have delicate conversations with essentially other people's children.

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