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No Room for Dessert

Hallie Durand

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ISBN 10: 1442403616 / ISBN 13: 9781442403611
Editorial: Atheneum Books for Young Readers
Usado Condición: Like New Encuadernación de tapa blanda
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Minimal wear to cover. Pages clean and binding tight. Paperback. N° de ref. de la librería HA3-02638

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Título: No Room for Dessert

Editorial: Atheneum Books for Young Readers

Encuadernación: Soft cover

Condición del libro:Like New

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NO ROOM FOR DESSERT

Author: Durand, Hallie

Illustrator: Davenier, Christine

Review Date: May 1, 2011

Publisher: "Atheneum"

Pages: "192"

Price ( Hardcover ): "$14.99"

Publication Date: June 7, 2011

ISBN ( Hardcover ): "978-1-4424-0360-4"

Category: Fiction

Series: Dessert

Volume: 3

Lively third-grader Dessert returns for more comic classroom and family fun as she learns to cope with jealousy in her third outing ("Just Desserts", 2010, etc.).

Dessert certainly doesn't lack confidence. She's sure she'll easily win the prize for the best invention in her classroom's Thomas Edison unit. At home, however, things don't look as promising. Her mom spends all of her time with her two baby brothers and barely notices Dessert, while her dad concentrates on managing the family's restaurant, devoted entirely to fondue. As her despair at home increases, her certainty that she'll win the classroom prize increases, especially when she privately judges her classmate's inventions as obviously inferior to her own Vending Dresser, which would dispense a full month's worth of complete daily outfits at the mere press of a button. If she doesn't win, however, this fully realized, vivacious little character might learn some important lessons beyond those her teacher, Mrs. Howdy Doody, includes in the curriculum. When Dessert's mom forgets to pick her up at school, some family lessons may make Dessert feel much better, especially as she gets to eat real dessert--first!--at the family restaurant. Davenier's sparkling line drawings help young readers visualize the action.

Another romp full of zesty, true-life fun. "(Fiction. 7-10)"

"- KIRKUS REVIEWS May 2011"

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Housing Works Used Book Cafe is an independent open bookstore in New York City that presents great used, new and antiquarian books, good coffee, the opportunity to hear from many of the best writers and performers in America and the chance to make a difference in the fight against AIDS and Homelessness, in New York City and the world. We are a non-profit bookstore relying on volunteers to help run the store. Housing Works provides housing, health care, job training and advocacy for people living with HIV and AIDS. Fighting AIDS One Book At A Time

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