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Diego and Papi to the Rescue (Go Diego Go!)

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Two baby pygmy marmosets have gotten separated from their papi, and now they are lost! It's a good thing Diego and his papi are nearby to help bring them home. Go, Diego and Papi, go! Includes fascinating facts about pygmy marmosets.
Paperback, 24 pages
Published January 23rd 2007 by Simon Spotlight/Nickelodeon (first published August 29th 2006)
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J-Lynn
This series of books is based on the children's TV show. The book asks for readers to participate in the story by repeating words and saying answers out loud as Diego and his papi try to save a baby sloth. The book does a good job of introducing environmentalism and the idea of taking care of nature to young readers. There are a few Spanish words sprinkled throughout the book, but the diversity is incidental.
Bethany Scofield
My son loves this book but it's very repetitive and poorly written. About every other sentence could be cut out and the book would lose no content. This makes it very annoying to read.
Leila T.
So this one is LITERALLY paternalistic.
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The Wendy Wax who wrote 'The Accidental Bestseller' and other romance comedies is my cousin. She’s at authorwendywax.com. See the PW Article about the 2 Wendy Waxes.

Wendy Wax is a children’s book author and a collage artist. She grew up in Michigan where she read lots of children’s books. Her favorite authors were Astrid Lindgren, Beverly Cleary, Roald Dahl, Jean Little, and E. B. White. Wendy has
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