marianne dubuc what do you want little friend board book
marianne dubuc what do you want little friend board book
marianne dubuc what do you want little friend board book
marianne dubuc what do you want little friend board book
marianne dubuc what do you want little friend board book
marianne dubuc what do you want little friend board book
marianne dubuc what do you want little friend board book

What Do You Want, Little Friend?

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A happy kitten playing with a kite accidentally injures a little bug! The kitten wants to know what will make the little friend feel better: to march like the ants or fly like the birds? Nothing seems to work until finally the kitten asks and the little friend shares the answer--a kiss! Little ones will love the whimsy and warmth of this sweet story as one small creature learns to care for an even smaller little friend.

Marianne Dubuc is an award-winning author and illustrator of many picture books, which have been translated into twenty-five languages, including The Fish and the Cat, Up the Mountain Path, Otto and Pio, and Little Cheetah's Shadow. She lives in Montreal.

Details: Board book
Size: 5.5 × 5.5 IN
Pages: 24

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