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Mary Man-Kong

Author of Barbie: I Can Be... a Pet Vet

142 Works 4,426 Members 16 Reviews

About the Author

Includes the names: Mary Man Kong, Mary Man_Kong

Works by Mary Man-Kong

Teachers' Pets (2011) 210 copies
Sleeping Beauty Step into Reading (Disney Princess) (2014) — Adapter — 164 copies
Barbie: A Fashion Fairytale (2010) 117 copies
Barbie Fairytopia: Magic of the Rainbow (2007) — Author — 108 copies
A Merry Mermaid Christmas (Pictureback(R)) (2004) — Author — 56 copies
Barbie as The Princess and the Pauper (2004) — Author — 26 copies
Lucky New Year! (2008) 26 copies
Barbie: Thumbelina (2009) 21 copies
Glamour Fashions (2001) 20 copies
Fashion Show Fun! (Look-Look) (2004) — Author — 16 copies
Hooray for Thomas! (2000) 13 copies
Theodore and the Scary Cove (2000) 12 copies
Rudolph's Christmas Party (2007) 9 copies
Theodore's best friend (1999) 7 copies
Hansel and Gretel (1989) 7 copies
Barbie Caring for Animals (2006) 5 copies
Barbie em Vida de Sereia (2014) 2 copies
FRIENDS, FASHION, AN (2012) 1 copy
Filmiraamat (2021) 1 copy
Mermaidia 1 copy
PURR-FECT VALENTINE! (2012) 1 copy


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This magical collection includes five early readers based on the Barbie films Barbie: Fashion Fairytale, Barbie in a Mermaid Tale, Barbie and the Three Musketeers, Barbie and the Diamond Castle, and Barbie: Thumbelina. Featuring fairies, princesses, mermaids, and more, little girls ages 4 to 6 won't be able to resist!
wichitafriendsschool | 2 other reviews | Jul 27, 2023 |
This Barbie book is perfect for little kids when they learning how to save money for easy things like toys. I think this book is good for ages 7 and up.
anniejones_ | Feb 1, 2023 |
Josh and Blue love rainy days. But what can they play?

Can Blue’s clues help find the answer?


This Step One Step into Reading book, designed for ready-to-read Preschool and Kindergarten children uses large print, picture clues, and repetition to help very young readers begin to recognize words. Blue gives young readers three clues to help them decide what she wants to play.

The easily-recognizable character [from the Nickelodeon Jr. show] keeps the young child interested in the story; a double page of stickers at the end of the book keeps them involved beyond the reading. This book will appeal to young fans of the series as well as to children who know the alphabet and want to read.

Highly recommended.
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jfe16 | Apr 5, 2022 |

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