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It's Time for School with Tallulah

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Grab your lunch boxes and head to school because Tallulah is the teacher!

This spunky cat makes learning fun--there's story time and show-and-tell of course, but also cool crafts like creating place mats and snackitty crackers (some snack!). Tallulah makes everyone feel welcome, especially Nigel, the new kid.

Whether young children are just starting school, or are already se
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Hardcover, 40 pages
Published July 24th 2007 by Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
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Sarah
It’s Time for School with Tallulah written by Nancy Wolff is about playing school where a cat names Tallulah is in charge. There’s story time and show-and-tell, as well as cool crafts and snacks. Tallulah makes everyone feel welcome, especially Nigel, the new kid. Whether young children are just starting school, or are already seasoned students, they'll love how exciting school can be with Tallulah and her classroom of friends.
This book is great for kindergarteners who are getting ready to start
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Brenna
For a cat, Tallulah is surprisingly social. She has a loyal accumulation of friends (of various species, no less), various talents, and a way of teaching beneficial habits to others in such a way as to never become overbearing or overtly forceful. Tallulah is, in fact, the perfect best friend, even though she is not the zenith of perfection herself.

Tallulah acclimates a shy young penguin named Nigel to her classroom, bringing him out of his petulant interpersonal anxiety and gently guiding him t
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