100th Day Worries

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Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, Feb 1, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Jessica is a worrier.
She worries about everything, and that includes what to bring to class for 100th Day. Nothing she can think of seems right.
100 ice cubes?
Too melty.
100 marshmallows?
Too sticky.
100 toothpicks?
Too pointy.
Come count, add, and multiply with Jessica as she, with the help of her family, finds the perfect answer to her 100th Day worries.

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User Review  - kfrost32 - LibraryThing

(See Educreation for full review)... This is a realistic fiction novel. This is about a girl who worries a lot and her teacher tells them they need to bring in 100 things of something for the 100th ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ebarclift13 - LibraryThing

Jessica was a student who often worried. She worried about the basic day-to-day things so when she was asked to bring in one hundred of "something" for the hundredth day of school she worried. As the ... Read full review

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Margery Cuyler has written stories ever since she learned how to write. A children's book editor and author for more than twenty years, she now devotes most of her time to writing. Her many children's books include 100th Day Worries, illustrated by Arthur Howard, and The Biggest, Best Snowman, illustrated by Will Hillenbrand. Margery lives with her family in Princeton, New Jersey, in a house that's said to be haunted by a ghost!

Arthur Howard is the illustrator of Goatilocks by Erica Perl, Noodle & Lou by Liz Garton Scanlon, and the Mr. Putter and Tabby series and Gooseberry Park books by Cynthia Rylant as well as his own picture books. He has also coauthored and illustrated many books of humor for adults and appeared for seven seasons in the PBS math-oriented production Square One Television. He lives in New York City.

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