Ira Sleeps Over, Volume 39

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1972 - Juvenile Fiction - 48 pages
Ira is thrilled to spend the night at Reggie's, until his sister raises the question of whether he should take his teddy bear. "An appealing picture book which depicts common childhood qualms with empathy and humor." -- Booklist
 

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User Review  - Lilith13 - LibraryThing

This is a great little book that talks about Ira who is going to his first sleepover. He is fretting about taking his teddy bear fearing that he might get made fun of. Come to find out that his friend ... Read full review

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User Review  - Therese S. - Overstock.com

Ira Sleeps Over is a favorite book in our family. It is the story of a little boy who has been asked to sleep over at his friends house next door. The problem surfaces when his sister wants to know if he is taking his teddy bear along. What will Ira do Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
18
Section 2
40
Section 3
46
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About the author (1972)

Bernard Waber, who has written eight delightful books about Lyle the Crocodile, a little boy named Ira, and a firefly named Torchy, is the author of more than seventeen picture books for children. Widely praised by reviewers for his ability to describe common family problems, he is best loved by children for his freeflowing humor and gentle characters.

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