It tells the story of Arthur getting his first pair of glasses but none of Arthur’s friends wear glasses and his classmates tease him! But when he stops wearing them, he gets in all kinds of trouble. Maybe four eyes really are better than two. He soon learns that wearing them improves his school performance, and eventually leads to his acceptance by his classmates and is happy. Now, Arthur learned to be proud to wear eyeglasses.
Arthur is in the first grade and he doesn’t like his nose very much. He visits doctors and tries on many different noses, but he can’t seem to find one that really fits him. In the end, Arthur decides to keep his own nose, realizing that it is his long nose that makes him unique – set apart from all the rest.
One hundred days (plus one) by Margaret McNamara Hannah’s teacher plans a party to celebrate the one hundredth day of…
The book is about a young boy, David, whose actions cause him to get into trouble; however he manages to come up with numerous excuses for his mistakes. When David gets in trouble, he always says . . . ‘NO! It’s not my fault! I didn’t mean to! It was an accident!’” Whatever the situation, David’s got a good excuse. And no matter what he’s done “wrong,” it’s never really his fault. Soon, though, David realizes that making excuses makes him feel bad, and saying he’s sorry makes him feel better.