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Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire
Synopses & Reviews
When Mrs. Byrd tells Gilbert's class that they're going to be doing plays about famous people, Gilbert's heart sinks. Plays make him nervous what if he forgets his lines? So when he lands the role of George Washington in a play about the cherry tree, he's determined to do it without any mistakes. But when his most important prop goes missing right before the show, Gilbert loses his cool and looks to blame anyone but himself.
The seventh story about this most beloved opossum is a wise and funny tale of truth and liesand butterflies!that's a perfect tie-in for President's Day, Independence Day, and school units on biography.
Gilbert worries about forgetting his lines as he portrays George Washington in his school play. In his seventh outing, deGroat's beloved Gilbert the opossum stars in a wise and funny tale of truth and lies that's a perfect choice for President's Day, Independence Day, and school units on biography.
This story, featuring Gilbert the beloved opossum, is a wise and funny tale of truth and liesand butterflies!that's a perfect tie-in for President's Day, Independence Day, and school units on biography.
About the Author
Diane DeGroat has illustrated nearly 100 books for children. She is also the author-illustrator of the popular stories about Gilbert the opossum, including Happy Birthday to You, You Belong in a Zoo and Jingle Bells, Homework Smells. She lives in Amherst, Massachusetts.
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