Beany (not Beanhead) and the Magic Crystal
Beany's back! Bernice Lorraine Sherwin-Hendricks, that is. And as readers of Don't Call Me Beanhead! know full well, wherever Beany goes, interesting things happen -- like going shopping with her mom and finding 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. Should she use her wish to win the Caring and Sharing Contest at school? Should she use it for a decent (at last) school picture? Should she wish for the best birthday party ever? Susan Wojciechowski tells another hilarious tale from the life of Beany, a kid whose trials and troubles will be as familiar -- and as full of fun -- to young readers as their own backyards.
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