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Ruth loves her super soft, cushy-wushy pink pajamas and wants to wear them to school. Her mom knows it's a bad idea, but Ruth doesn't listen. Ruth soon learns her lesson and realizes her mom was right all along.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published July 1st 2011 by Picture Window Books
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Barbara
Because they are so soft and comfortable, Ruth wants to wear her pink pajamas to school. After disobeying her mother, she realizes that wearing them might not have been the best idea since it's hard to run fast in them and she gets too hot in them. Of course, she learns her lesson, but I liked how Ruth wasn't concerned about all the stares and comments she got from others because of her apparel. The adorable illustrations with fuzzy raccoon-like creatures help the book's message go down smoothly ...more
Kate Hastings
Grades Pre-K to 1. Ruth wants to wear her PJs to school, but mom won't let her. But one day-- she gets her chance. It doesn't quite work out the way she plans. Doesn't it stink when Mom is right? Cute for Pajama storytime.
Kelly
This is a cute book with cute illustrations that explains why you can't wear PJs all day every day.
Jennifer
Charming little story with cute pictures... I especially love the end!
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Julie Gassman grew up in South Dakota. After college, she traded in small-town life for the world of magazine publishing in New York City. Julie now lives in southern Minnesota with her husband and their three children.
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