The Happiest Hippo in the World by Danielle Steel

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Being different is a good thing, and can even be great, even if it is hard (and scary) sometimes. Different can be wonderful and beautiful. Celebrate your differentness, enjoy who you are, because with all your special unique beauty, there is no one in the world as special and wonderful as you!
 

About Danielle Steel

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Danielle Steel is the author of more than eighty-five New York Times bestselling novels. She has also written nonfiction, poetry, and several children's books, including the Max and Martha ten-book series and four Freddy books. She runs two charitable foundations, is a guest curator at an art gallery, and is the mother of nine children. Danielle lives in San Francisco, California, and Paris, France.
 
Published September 15, 2009 by HarperCollins. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Crucial details, meanwhile, are missing: Greenie is clearly happy to have found a friend, but young readers will likely wonder where he’s living, what he’s eating and who is taking care of him.

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