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Naughty Cherie! by Joyce Carol Oates
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Naughty Cherie!

by Joyce Carol Oates

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Naughty Chérie is the cutest kitten in the litter, but she certainly isn't the best-behaved one! She tries, but she can't seem to stay out of trouble. Sitting alone in the corner as punishment, she finds a small crack in the wall that leads to a place called Little Friends Kindercare. But after seeing the naughty behavior of the other baby animals in the kindercare, Little Chérie returns home a changed kitten. This lovable tale from Joyce Carol Oates and Mark Graham includes a valuable message that makes for a purrrfect bedtime story.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:35:56 -0400)

Cherie loves being the naughtiest kitten until she meets a group of rowdy animals who show her that being naughty is not always that nice.

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