There's Always Two Sides to Every Story: A Friend's Point of View

There's Always Two Sides to Every Story: A Friend's Point of View
Item# ISBN: 978-0-8059-9917-4
$9.00

I donít know how Wesley Wolfe got such a bad reputation. They tell me that he blew some houses down and tried to eat up some pigs! I canít even imagine how that story got started, and Iím here to say that it wasnít the way things happened. If youíd known Wesley like I knew him, you wouldnít believe it either. Youíve probably heard the story of The Three Little Pigs told from the pigsí point of view, but Wesley Wolfe had a side too - and Iím here to tell it.

Written for a second-grade through third-grade reading level, this book is aimed at teaching children about contractions.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, Barbara S. McCarroll, a schoolteacher, is the divorced mother of four sons and the grandmother of six. She returned to school and received her masterís degree in education and her Reading Endorsement to become a reading specialist.

Barbara has many letters from famous people, such as Carol Burnett, Kenny G., and Jimmy Carter, for her poetry, and has always written childrenís stories but finally decided to get them published.

(2005, paperback, 32 pages)

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