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Tracy's Snuggly Blanket (Jay Jay the Jet Plane)

by Jenny Miglis

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0843102748, Mass Market Paperback)

Tracy has a secret she's keeping from her friends-she loves spending time with her snuggly blanket! Afraid that her friends will think she's a baby, Tracy doesn't tell anyone how much her blanket means to her. When her blanket disappears, Tracy is crushed until the gang pitches in to help her find it. Will her friends help Tracy realize she doesn't have to give up the things she loves?

Adapted by Jenny Miglis.
Based on a teleplay by Evelyn A.R. Gabai.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:02:15 -0400)

Tracy is afraid to tell the other airplanes how important her snuggly blanket is to her because they might think she is a baby, but when it disappears she needs their help.

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