Series: Pooh - Just Be Nice

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Just Be Nice . . . and Not Too Rough! (Just Be Nice . . .) by Eleanor Fremont
Just Be Nice ...and get ready for bed! by Shelagh Canning
Just Be Nice...and Say You're Sorry!: Super Shape Book (Pooh) by Catherine McCafferty
Just Be Nice: And Help a Friend! (Pooh) by Anne Braybrooks
Just Be Nice: And Let Everyone Play! (Super Shape Books) by Leslie McGuire
Pooh Just Be Nice...to Your Little Friends! (Pooh - Just Be Nice Series) by Caroline Kenneth

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  1. Oh, Bother! No One's Listening (Look-Look) by Betty Birney (1991)
  2. Friendship Day by Nancy Parent (2000)
  3. Bounce Around, Tigger! by Anne Braybrooks (1998)
  4. The Grand and Wonderful Day (Little Golden Book) by Mary Packard (1995)
  5. Good as Gold by Anne Braybrooks (1996)
  6. The Tigger Movie: Walt Disney Golden Book by Cathrine McCafferty (1999)
  7. Pooh and the Dragon by Anne Braybrooks (1996)
  8. Eeyore, Be Happy! by Don Ferguson (1991)
  9. Hunny, Funny, Sunny Day, A by Bruce Talkington (1999)
  10. Thank You, Pooh (Disney's Pooh) by Ronne Randall (1995)
  11. I Am Generous! by David Parker (2004)
  12. Clifford's Good Deeds by Norman Bridwell (1975)
  13. Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (A Little Golden Book) by Mary Packard (1965)
  14. Pooh Helps Out (My Very First Winnie the Pooh) by Kathleen W. Zoehfeld (1999)
  15. Why Should I Share? by Claire Llewellyn (2001)

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