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Isabel Plum: Icthyologist (children's picture book) (family, friendship, feelings) (ages 3 - 5)

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A girl, a fish, and one little wish....

Isabel Plum likes having her way. And—right here, right now—that means getting a cute and cuddly puppy. There’s only one problem—Isabel is allergic. See what happens when Isabel’s disappointment leads to an important discovery—one this single-minded heroine least expects!
Kindle Edition, 45 pages
Published January 1st 2014 by purple pie press
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Angela Lambkin
Feb 02, 2016 Angela Lambkin rated it it was amazing
Isabel and Leon learning to get along and to care for each other!

what a delightfully sweet short story of Isabel and Leon!
With some very delightful illustrations as well. I recommend this for a five star rating and also for young kids in K-2grade!
received this for free and in return now, here is my honest review. Great job Isabel! By Angela
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Funny, frank, and affable, Julie Krantz often describes herself as "one of those kids who headed to the library for a good time." A lifelong bibliophile, she showed an early interest in writing, publishing her first article for the Riverton, NJ newspaper in eighth grade. Now a full-time poet, picture book writer and novelist, Julie's work can be found in Spider Magazine and the SCBWI National ...more
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