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Pearl and Wagner: One Funny Day (Dial Easy to Read - Level 2)by Kate Mcmullan
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There's an eye toast toady, er, that's eye test today at school, but Wagner can't see the board. As his best friend Pearl says, "It's glasses time!" But Wagner hates his new glasses-they make him look like a guppy, and a mean old bully calls him "Four Eyes." Wagner vows to never wear his glasses again, until Pearl and all his friends give themselves inspired new nicknames just like his. Suddenly, "Four Eyes" has a nice ring to it . . . and being able to see isn't so bad, either!
The delightful fourth book in the Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor-winning series shows how a best friend and a new perspective can change everything.
Wagner tells Pearl an embarrassing secret, Pearl tells Wagner a surprising secret, and Lulu tells Wagner a secret that turns out not to be a secret at all. Pearl and Wagner learn that while some secrets can bring friends closer, they can also cause trouble. Full color.
Pearl and Wagner are back, and they are full of secrets: Wagner tells Pearl an embarrassing secret, Pearl tells Wagner a surprising secret, and Lulu tells Wagner a secret that turns out not to be a secret at all. On a school field trip and at a birthday party, Pearl and Wagner learn that some secrets can bring friends closer together, while others can cause all sorts of trouble. In the end, no secret will ever come between Pearl and Wagner!
Beginning readers will laugh and recognize a little of themselves on every page of this charming, warm, and funny book about friendship.
About the Author
Kate McMullan is the award-winning author of more than seventy-five books for children. She lives in Sag Harbor, New York.
R. W. Alley has illustrated more than sixty children's books. He lives in Barrington, Rhode Island.
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