Sometimes I Like to Curl Up in a Ball by Vicki Churchill

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Sometimes I like to curl up in a ball
So no one can see me
because I'm so small.

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Little wombat spends a day doing favorite things-what could they be? Are they your favorites, too? Let's look and see. Soft-toned illustrations portray an endearing little wombat and the warm and friendly world around him. Every page is filled with charming details that stand up to repeated viewings: cute mice, rabbits, and turtles peering from behind tall grass, marching pigeons, and a menagerie of other adorable animals. The images, along with the lyrically rhyming text, combine to make a sweet-spirited bedtime story to ease young ones to sleep.


About Vicki Churchill

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Published February 10, 2001 by Gullane Children's Books. 24 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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With a repertoire of comic expressions worthy of Nathan Lane, a plump wombat invites readers to join with him and his pals (which include a koala, a mole and a frog) in a full day of unbridled goofing off.

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