Beany (Not Beanhead) and the Magic Crystal

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Candlewick Press, 2001 - Children's stories - 93 pages
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Children will laugh out loud as they catch glimpses of their own life in these easy-to-read adventures. As readers of DON’T CALLl ME BEANHEAD! and BEANY AND THE DREADED WEDDING know, wherever Beany (Bernice Lorraine Sherwin-Hendricks, that is) goes, interesting things happen. For instance, when she goes shopping with her mom, Beany finds a magic wishing crystal. The only problem is that the crystal grants just one wish, and Beany, always the worrywart, can’t decide what to wish for. Now in paperback, Susan Wojciechowski’s second easy-to-read book about Beany will make young readers laugh out loud with recognition.

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User Review  - Shardy2 - LibraryThing

In my opinion this book is a good book for a 2nd or 3rd grade level reader. Although this book may be a little more directed towards girls, both boys and girls could find interest in this book. From ... Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Beany—Bernice Lorraine Sherwin-Hendricks, the heroine from Don't Call Me Beanhead (1994)—is back. This time, Beany has a magic crystal that she believes holds one wish. Her dilemma is what to wish ... Read full review


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