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Overview

Meet Bernice Lorraine Sherwin-Hendricks, known as Beany by just about everyone except her older brother who calls her Beanhead. Beany's got 23 freckles, a bossy best friend, and a tendency to worry over just about everything. Like, for example, the time her loose tooth disappears down the drain. Will the tooth fairy still put money under her pillow—and how much? With an unfaltering touch for capturing the real concerns of a regular kid, Susan Wojciechowski presents five enormously entertaining stories about Beany's life at home and at school.

A collection of five ghost stories about a baby in a bonfire, a sinister form under the ice of a frozen waterway, and other apparitions.

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Children's Literature - Judy Katsh
Beany, aka Bernice Lorraine Sherwin-Hendricks, is the effervescent star of the five separate stories that make up this perfect beginning chapter book. The stories can all stand on their own, but together they paint a full picture of Beany-her troubles, treasures, aspirations, and annoyances. Beany is a thoroughly modern heroine with troubles that readers will identify with; schemes that they'll cheer; friends who will sound familiar, and parents who come in handy. It's a great little package-let's hope it's the first of a series. 1996 (orig.
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Gr 2-4-This brief novel is a small gem filled with fresh humor. Bernice, a.k.a. Beany, is a worrywart, and her domineering friend, Carol Ann, exacerbates the problem. When Beany fails a test and has to take it home for her parents to sign, Carol Ann instructs her to sandwich it between lots of other papers with good grades so that the ``F'' won't be noticed. Of course her parents catch on, but respond with a refreshing combination of firmness and empathy. In the satisfying ending, Beany begins to get out from under Carol Ann's thumb by doing her own thing in the school talent show instead of playing the demeaning role her friend assigns to her. Wojciechowski captures the feelings, thoughts, and concerns of early elementary-age children in Beany's witty, honest first-person narrative. The story's moral is to stop worrying and enjoy life, a lesson conveyed with simplicity and charm. Natti's black-and-white illustrations are a perfect complement to the text.-Jacqueline Rose, Lake Oswego Public Library, OR
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781564025876
  • Publisher: Candlewick Press
  • Publication date: 1/1/1996
  • Series: Beany
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 74
  • Age range: 5 - 9 Years
  • Lexile: 810L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 5.12 (w) x 7.62 (h) x 0.21 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2000

    Don't call me Beanhead

    I like this book because it¿s about one girl who wants the same nails as her friend. The main character is cool. I think she is very silly because she doesn¿t know what she wants. I also like it because everybody calls her Beanhead, and she is always getting very mad. She is also funny in the classroom when she did not pass the science test. Everyone should read this book!

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