Sheila Says We're Weird - Children

Sheila Says We're Weird - Children

by Ruth Ann Smalley (author)

Jennifer Emery (illustrator)

Tilbury House Publishers (2011)

Sheila thinks her neighbors are weird. They hang their laundry outside to dry and ride bikes to the library instead of driving. They even use a push lawn mower rather than a gas one. But their homemade soup tastes great, and she loves picking tomatoes from their garden. What gives? Are they really weird, or do they have some good ideas? 32 pp.

Price
$16.95

Item Number
RP4249

 

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