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Little Big Nate: No Nap! - cover

Little Big Nate: No Nap!

Lincoln Peirce

Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing

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Summary

The star of the bestselling Big Nate book series is back in another board book adventure for preschool-aged children.Big Nate doesn't want to take a nap. But once he does drift off to sleep, he's delighted to find his imagination can take him to some fascinating places. The second book in the Little Big Nate series by bestselling author Lincoln Peirce is an interactive joy for young children and their parents.

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