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I Wish I Had Glasses Like Rosa

I Wish I Had Glasses Like Rosa
I Wish I Had Glasses Like Rosa
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Pages: 
36
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Abby concocts comical and innovative strategies to get glasses. She thinks glasses make her best friend Rosa look beautiful. In the quest to have glasses like Rosa, Abby invents a multitude of ingenious ways to getting the glasses she so dearly desires. What one person might dislike about themselves may be just the thing that someone else would envy. Abby grows in appreciation of her own uniqueness.The I Wish series (I Wish I Was Tall Like Willie, I Wish I Was Strong Like Manuel, I Wish I Had Glasses Like Rosa, I Wish I Had Freckles Like Abby) explores the issues of self–esteem, self–acceptance and friendship for children. Kids are reminded to like themselves “just the way they are!” through humorous situations and outlandish schemes.

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Pages: 36
Reading Level: Beginner (1 to 6)
Language: English
ISBN: 9781936299522
Categories: Family & Friends, Girls, Growing Up
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: friendship, same and different, self-esteem, self-reliance
Date Added: June 13, 2013
I Wish I Had Glasses Like Rosa Heling Hembrook Adamson Raven Tree Press RL To all my little kindergarten friends with glasses especially Kat Mrs Hembrook To Joshua and Amy best friends Kathryn Heling To Jenny and Steff ie always glasses or not Bonnie Adamson Text Kathryn Heling and Deborah Hembrook Illustration Bonnie Adamson All rights reserved For information about permission to reproduce selections from this book write to Permissions Raven Tree Press a Division of Delta Systems Co Inc Miller Parkway McHenry IL wwwraventreepresscom Heling Kathryn and Hembrook Deborah I wish I had glasses like rosawritten by Kathryn Heling and Deborah Hembrook illustrated by Bonnie Adamson1st edMcHenry IL Raven Tree Press pcm SUMMARY Abby goes to elaborate and comical lengths to get glasses like Rosa She realizes she might have something that is just as desirable as the longedfor glasses Abby gains appreciation of her own uniqueness Englishonly Edition ISBN hardcover ISBN paperback Bilingual Edition ISBN hardcover ISBN paperback Audience preK to 3rd grade Title available in Englishonly or bilingual EnglishSpanish editions  EyeglassesJuvenile Fiction IndividualityJuvenile Fiction SelfEsteemJuvenile Fiction I Heling Kathryn and Hembrook Deborah II Adamson Bonnie ill III Title IV Series LCCN  Printed in Taiwan First Edition Free activities for this book are available at wwwraventreepresscom Hi my name is Abby This is my best friend Rosa I wish I had glasses like Rosa They make her look beautiful