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Take a Bow, Babies! is a Rugrats book that was released September 4, 2000. The grown-ups are getting ready for a talent show. The babies want to be a part of the contest too because the prize is a trip to Sugarland Park. So with Angelica's help, the babies pull out all the stops for the performance of their lives. You can find Take a Bow, Babies! gallery here.
by Becky Gold, Bill Lesniewski . ISBN 9780743408547 (978-0-7434-0854-7) Softcover, Simon & Schuster (Trade Division), 2000. Find signed collectible books: 'Rugrats: Take a Bow, Babies! (Rugrats)'. Coauthors & Alternates.
Based on the TV series Rugrats. Angelica and the babies find a way to participate in the library talent show fundraiser. Canon EOS 5D Mark II. City. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by MyH-loader on September 21, 2010.
Rugrats: Take a Bow, Babies! Sep 4, 2000. by Becky Gold and Bill Lesniewski. Babies In Reptarland (Rugrats In Paris: The Movie). by Gold, Becky (Based On Movie Script, Adapted by). Phil and Lil Go to the Doctor (Rugrats). by Becky Gold and Robert Roper. Hardcover.
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Baby, Take a Bow is a 1934 American comedy drama film directed by Harry Lachman and is one of the earliest Hays code Hollywood films (its MPAA certificate marks it as the third ever code-approved film). The screenplay by Philip Klein and Edward E. Paramore Jr. is based on the play Square Crooks by James P. Judge. Shirley Temple plays the child of an ex-convict (James Dunn) trying to make a better life for himself and his family.