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by Jacqueline Rogers,Sara London

eBook The Good Luck Glasses (Hello Reader, Level 3) download ISBN: 059097212X
Author: Jacqueline Rogers,Sara London
Publisher: Cartwheel (April 1, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1597 kb
Fb2: 1886 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

Sara London (Author), Jacqueline Rogers (Illustrator). Nomi tries on a variety of glasses before settling on a pair. This is a wonderful book for parents to positively present glasses to their chidren before and after an eye appointment.

Sara London (Author), Jacqueline Rogers (Illustrator).

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The Good Luck Glasses (Hello Reader, Level 3. Hating the idea of having to wear glasses, Nomi changes her tune when suddenly she can see and is no longer tripping and squinting her way through the day. Original.

The Good Luck Glasses (Hello Reader, Level 3). by Sara London. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780590972123.

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Hating the idea of having to wear glasses, Nomi changes her tune when suddenly she can see and is no longer tripping and squinting her way through the day. Original.
Comments: (2)
Qucid
This book represents an excellent experience with a vision exam, culminating with a thorough visit to the dispensary.The heroine, Nomi is a 7 year-od child who is experiencing blurry vision and can't read the blackboard at school. When she squints to see, her siblings make fun of her. The worst embarassment is when she steps on the family cat who studiously avoids her afterward. Her father wears glasses so he knows that a visit to the optometrist is in order. The optometrist hands out his diagnosis: Glasses! Nomi remembers the eighth "good-luck" candle placed on her cake and decides that her glasses must be "good luck" to counteract the "bad luck" blurry vison. Nomi tries on a variety of glasses before settling on a pair. This is a wonderful book for parents to positively present glasses to their chidren before and after an eye appointment.
salivan
My daughter reads this all the time to my 2 year old granddaughter who just starting wearing glasses. This is the book she requests most. She loves it. I highly recommend for any age child who especially is getting their first pair of glasses