2 edition of I"m a big kid now! found in the catalog.
I"m a big kid now!
Joae Graham Brooks
|Statement||by Joae Graham Brooks ; children"s section illustrations by Jill Dubin, adult section illustrations by George Tsui.|
|LC Classifications||HQ770.5 .B76 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||92241837|
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I’m a big boy now I used to be little but I’m growing up fast I’m getting pretty big, don’t you think I’ve got a lot of growing that I’m still gonna do I can be bigger in a blink I’m a big boy now I can pick my clothes I’m a big boy now I can touch my toes I can do many things I couldn’t do before And when I get bigger I’ll.
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