I'm not a baby! /

by McElmurry, Jill.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Schwartz & Wade Books, c2006Edition: 1st ed.Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 0375836144 :; 9780375836145; 0375936149; 9780375936142.Title notes: $18.99 10-2008 (si)Other title: I am not a baby!.Subject(s): Growth -- Fiction | Babies -- Fiction | Family life -- Fiction | Growth -- Stories | Infants -- StoriesOnline resources: Publisher description Summary: As the years go by, the members of Leo Leotardi's family continue to think he is just a baby. "I'm not a baby!" Leo Leotardi insists, but his family just won't listen. Leo doesn't want runny spinach ("Poopie," he says); he wants potato salad, like everyone else. But what the family (including Leo's older siblings) don't seem to notice is that, while Leo may be the baby of the family, he isn't actually a baby anymore. His bonnet is getting too tight, his clothes are bursting at the seams, and he doesn't need to take naps! Will the poor boy have to go to college wearing booties?
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Victorian-style illustrations and a hilarious tongue-in-cheek text are sure to captivate any kid who's sick of being called the baby.

$18.99 10-2008 (si)

"An Anne Schwartz book."

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As the years go by, the members of Leo Leotardi's family continue to think he is just a baby. "I'm not a baby!" Leo Leotardi insists, but his family just won't listen. Leo doesn't want runny spinach ("Poopie," he says); he wants potato salad, like everyone else. But what the family (including Leo's older siblings) don't seem to notice is that, while Leo may be the baby of the family, he isn't actually a baby anymore. His bonnet is getting too tight, his clothes are bursting at the seams, and he doesn't need to take naps! Will the poor boy have to go to college wearing booties?

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