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Children's LiteratureJoin Willy in the classroom on a wacky word day! His teacher, Mrs. Walters, has asked the children to write silly sentences using words that start with the first letter of their names. Sarah writes about swans swimming seaward. Lincoln writes about a lizard lollipop. Connor writes about cockroaches and carrots. With each passing minute, Willy worries—what can he write? What words start with W? Uh-oh, it is Willy's turn. What will he come up with? Beginning readers are sure to learn a lot as they enjoy this addition to the "Rookie-Reader" series. They will laugh out loud at each of Don Curry's alliterative sentences as they are visually interpreted by Rick Stromoski's imaginative illustrations. The brief story is accompanied by a list of the 107 words used in the story. 2005, Children's Press/Scholastic, Ages 4 to 8.
—Heidi Hauser Green