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Nutricia Baby Books 012 – The Little Doe

For a twelfth and final time, We present you an installment of the stories-with-a-lesson that are the Nutricia Baby Books. This week, it’s cute animal time, as we present you the story of … “The Little Doe”

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Nutricia Baby Books 11 – The Stupid Little Bear

One more time, and with only one more to go, we delve into the educational treasure trove that is the Nutricia Baby Books. This week, another cuddly toy gets its comeuppance, as I tell you the story of… “The stupid … Continue reading

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Nutricia Baby Books 10 – Pollie The Poodle

It’s been a month again since we dived into the sinister world of PG 60’s children’s literature. This week, another typical “cute” animal claims the stage, so gather round and shudder while I tell you the story of… “Pollie The … Continue reading

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Nutricia Baby Books 9 – At The Beach

Once again, we present a story that is set at the beach. And since there’s no donkey involved, it is simply called… “At the Beach”

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Nutrica Baby Books 8 – Animal Adventure

Last week we read the story of a little donkey at the beach. There’s water in this week’s story as well, and it is called… “Animal Adventure”

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Nutricia Baby Books 7 – The Little Donkey

It’s been quite a while since I posted another Nutricia Baby Book. I wanted to do them all in sequence, and so I waited until I got them all lined up. However, number 6, “Doll Bathing Day”, is impossible to … Continue reading

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Nutricia Baby Books 5 – The Little cobbler

I’m sorry that it’s been this long since the last Nutricia Baby Book. I had some stuff to sort out, and didn’t get around to scanning it. However, I’ve been able to scan the seven remaining books (I’m still looking … Continue reading

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