Glasses for D.W.
Random House, 1996 - Juvenile Fiction - 24 pages
D.W. wants to wear glasses, just like her big brother, Arthur. After Arthur explains that without his glasses a hat looks like a bat and some string looks like a ring duck, D.W. sets out to prove that everything looks funny to her, too. Finally, Arthur finds a way to make his sister see the situation a bit more clearly!
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Review: Glasses for DW (DW)User Review - Katie Carlisle - Goodreads
Arthur spends this story trying to boost DW's confidence about having to get glasses. I think many young students face this same struggle and this story would possibly help them overcome this. Read full review
Review: Glasses for DW (DW)User Review - Lyndsey Miller - Goodreads
Great to help kids who may need glasses and not want them. Read full review