Felix Feels Better by Rosemary Wells

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Acclaimed author-illustrator Rosemary Wells offers a spoonful of picture book pleasure that will have everyone feeling better!

Felix ate too many chocolate blimpies, and he doesn’t feel well. Not even Mama’s dose of sugared prunes helps him feel "perkier". So off to Doctor Duck he must go. "Don’t be afraid, my little moonbeam", says Mama. But Felix is afraid.
Best-selling author and illustrator Rosemary Wells applies her rare ability to tell a funny, heartfelt story about a common childhood experience: going to the doctor. Comforting and friendly, Doctor Duck—whom readers first met in HERE COMES MOTHER GOOSE—takes a star turn in FELIX FEELS BETTER, and Wells’s inimitable artwork will delight small children and reassure even the most reluctant young patient.

About Rosemary Wells

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Rosemary Wells’s career as a children’s book author and illustrator spans more than thirty years. She has created more than sixty award-winning books and lives in Briarcliff Manor, New York.
Published May 1, 2000 by Candlewick. 32 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Toddlers and their parents love the humor of Wells’s bestselling Max and Ruby board books and the bright, believable animal characters in her illustrations for Opie’s quintessential Mother Goose collections (My Very First Mother Goose, 1996, etc.).

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Rosemary Wells presents a follow-up to Felix Feels Better in Felix and the Worrier, in which the furry hero is visited every night by the Worrier, a little gold-colored creature who raises one worry after another: Does Felix have a black spot on his tooth?

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Felix is afraid, but Doctor Duck lets Felix's mother stay with him, then performs a painless examination and doses Felix with "two spoonfuls of Happy Tummy."

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