Don't Call Me Beanhead!

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Candlewick Press, Jan 1, 1996 - Juvenile Fiction - 80 pages
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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.

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meet bernice lorraine shewinhendricks,known as beany by just about everyone except her older brother who calls her beanhead.beany's got 23 freckles.a bossy bestfriend,and a tendency to worry over just about everything. like,for exmaple, the time her loose tooth disappears drown the drain. will the much? with an unfaltering touch capturing the real concerns of a reular kid, susan wojciechowski presents five enormously entertaining stories about beany's life at home and at school. 

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A fun book for an adult to read, and admit you were like the girl in the book when you were a kid. Read full review

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About the author (1996)

Susan Wojciechowski has three grown children and lives with her husband in York, Pennsylvania, where sh"e "works as a writing consultant at the Learning Center of York College.
Tom Curry lives in Alpine, Texas. In addition to being an award-winning acrylic painter, he is the illustrator of several children's books.

Rebecca Tova Ben-Zvi makes her latkes with sweet potatoes and plays dreidel year-round. Writing as Rebecca O'Connell, she is the author of "The Baby Goes Beep," A librarian and storyteller, she lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Susanna Natti lives in Bedford, Massachusetts, and hums the dreidel song when she's making potato latkes for her family. Jim-the dog stays close and hopes for extras.

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