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Randy Kazandy, Where are Your Glasses?

Randy Kazandy, Where are Your Glasses?
Randy Kazandy, Where are Your Glasses?
Reads: 
303
Pages: 
36
Average: 5 (7 votes)
5

Miss Dibble set Randy's first glasses in place. He Suddenly made an odd-looking face. He hated the glasses that sat on his face. "I look like an alien who flew down from space."

Reviews

WhimPub's picture
Randy Kazandy Family Fun Calender absolutely free! Something to do every day with kids like me. Please visit: http://randykazandy.com
WhimPub's picture
Randy Kazandy loves books in Rhyme! Go to the website next month and sign up for a "It's Randy Kazandy Time" newsletter! Awesome! Totally requested by readers and fans!!
NewsPressBooks's picture
Rhonda Fischer's pitch-perfect poetry flows effortlessly throughout the book. There are deep undertones in those lyrical currents, which remind us how truly alike and different we each are. For the lyricism alone, Randy Kazandy, Where Are Your Glasses? should enjoy acclaim. Like all great art, one needn't ponder the technical skill to appreciate the beauty of it, though that depth is there should you want to dive in. Kim Sponaugle's illustrations provide the perfect companionship to the prose. This book is enticing, with a message that is very heartfelt. I highly recommend this book and it should be a book to be collected and cherished for kids today, and generations to come. Fabulous Find! Even Grandma loves it.
MagicBlox's picture
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Pages: 36
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-935137-81-8
Categories: Educational, Family & Friends, Growing Up
Features: Illustrations, Music
Keywords: funny, school, rhyming, doctor, self esteem, glasses, odd, vision, eyes, sad
Date Added: August 25, 2011
Mom's Choice Children's Book Award
Readers Favorite Children's Book Award
Sheknows.com Children's Book Award
Creative Child Magazine Children's Book Award
Consumer Safety Children's Book Award