Just Grace Walks the Dog, 3
Charise Mericle Harper (Author)
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DescriptionEveryone's favorite Grace is back. And this time she has a dog.
Unfortunately, he's only made of cardboard and rides a skate board. Grace is determined though to prove to her parents that she is responsible and dependable enough to get a real dog.
Things you learn in this book:
1. Sometimes it is okay to be sneaky if you don't get caught.
2. How to do flashlight Morse code.
3. What happened at school that was exciting: nothing.
4. How it feels to walk into your class after going to the principal's office!
5. Many other things, but most important, how to convince your parents to MAYBE let you get a dog. A real one, not one made of cardboard.
May 01, 2009
5.0 X 7.4 X 0.5 inches | 0.35 pounds
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About the Author
Charise Mericle Harper has written more than fifty books for children, not that she counted, but once when she was at school visit a kid put his hand up and said, "you wrote fifty-four books. I counted them on Amazon". These books include chapter books, graphic novels, picture books and early readers, including the Crafty Cat, Fashion Kitty, and Just Grace series, and The Good For Nothing Button. Charise also wrote and illustrated the weekly comic strip Eye Spy. Charise is excited and slightly nervous to share Bad Sister with the world. It's not easy to admit you were bad, even if now you are very, very good.
"[R]uminations about the ways that people--and animals--may not be what they seem...provide...entertainment and food for thought." Kirkus 3/15/08 Kirkus Reviews "Perfect for beginning chapter book readers...Youngsters will identify with the protagonist...Everything rings true in the book." SLJ March 2008 School Library Journal "Harper has created a quick enjoyable read in this third 'Grace' book. "- LMC 05/01/08 Library Media Connection "...expertly written in realistic and easy-to-read first-person narrative...Harper perfectly captures the voice and language of a spunky 8-year-old." Pittsburg Post Gazette