Childrens books with stuffed animals

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childrens books with stuffed animals

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This list of the best kids books about stuffed animal friends is sure to include a new favorite for the voracious young reader in your life!.
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By the time Tatty Ratty has sailed on pirate ships and been to the moon, they find a suitable replacement, which the girl obligingly decides is the "real" Tatty Ratty, all cleaned up and back at the toy shop. Although Cooper's pages tend to be a bit cluttered, the panels showing the parents and child together are full of nuanced emotion and familiar warmth. The ongoing dialogue concerning the fate of the stuffed animal, and Molly's flexibility in dealing with a minor disaster, demonstrates the power of imagination to help children adapt and cope with disappointment. A long, involved narrative that rings true and will charm parents and kids alike; slightly clumsy artwork. I'm sure it's some "developmental phase" where kids love it, but we haven't hit it yet


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