Don't Wear Polka-Dot Underwear with White Pants: (And Other Lessons I've Learned)

Don t Wear Polka Dot Underwear with White Pants And Other Lessons I ve Learned Eight year old Mandy Berr learns life lessons with patriotic pizazz in the first adventure of a new chapter book series Eight year old Mandy Berr has a lot going on She has to share her parents attent

  • Title: Don't Wear Polka-Dot Underwear with White Pants: (And Other Lessons I've Learned)
  • Author: Allison Gutknecht Stevie Lewis
  • ISBN: 9781442483927
  • Page: 397
  • Format: Paperback
  • Eight year old Mandy Berr learns life lessons with patriotic pizazz in the first adventure of a new chapter book series.Eight year old Mandy Berr has a lot going on She has to share her parents attention with her newborn twin siblings, who are always crying, and her little brother, Timmy, who is constantly in her way And she also has to find a way to deal with her nemesEight year old Mandy Berr learns life lessons with patriotic pizazz in the first adventure of a new chapter book series.Eight year old Mandy Berr has a lot going on She has to share her parents attention with her newborn twin siblings, who are always crying, and her little brother, Timmy, who is constantly in her way And she also has to find a way to deal with her nemesis, Dennis, who has a knack for getting under her skin.At least Mandy has the upcoming Presidential Pageant to look forward to at school She is determined to be President George Washington she is perfect for the lead part, after all But when Mandy s teacher makes a surprising choice, it looks like Mandy will have to keep sharing the spotlight Can she find her own way to shine Mandy has some valuable life lessons to learns in this adorable chapter book including the fact that white pants and polka dot underwear are never a good combination.

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    1. About the Book: Eight-year-old Mandy Berr has a lot going on. She has to share her parents’ attention with her newborn twin siblings, who are always crying, and her little brother, Timmy, who is constantly in her way. And she also has to find a way to deal with her nemesis, Dennis, who has a knack for getting under her skin.At least Mandy has the upcoming Presidential Pageant to look forward to at school. She is determined to be President George Washington—she is perfect for the lead part, a [...]


    2. This book has a really slow start, but quickly reaches the incident from which the title is derived. It's funny, but not funny enough to keep you reading. But, don't drop this book, as it does get better. Once you get to chapter 3 or so, the book takes on a real Junie B. Jones feel. If you read the rest of the book, imagining Amanda as an older Junie B. Jones, you will love the book. The book is written quite alot like the JBJ books, and Amanda makes alot of the same kind of mistakes as JBJ as w [...]


    3. Mandy is a cleverly voiced and strong-willed young girl who is going through every first-born’s issues both in school and at home. The lunch recess monitors don’t let them play the “best” games ever, she can’t do a cartwheel, and she can’t find out if she gets to be George Washington for her school pageant. Most importantly, she has to wear white pants, which she just knows will get dirty, or something spilled on them. When direct sunlight reveals a new mishap that she hadn’t thoug [...]


    4. Mandy is a spunky young girl who definitely has her own voice and is not afraid use it, but it has a tendency to get her into trouble both at school and at home. She loves Rainbow Sparkle (her favorite TV show cat) and gummy bears (who doesn't?). Her favorite color is Periwinkle and she hates white pants (especially when wearing polka-dot underwear)! When her teacher, Mrs. Spangle, gives the role of George Washington to another student and she has to be the Narrator you can imagine how mad she w [...]


    5. I may have said this before, but this time I really mean it. Move over Junie B. Jones, there's a new girl on the bookshelf! Mandy Berr is in second grade. She is a very energetic child that knows exactly what she wants. Thank goodness for gummy bears that comfort here when others don't see things her way! Mandy tends to feel a little ignored at home due to her parents constantly paying attention to her preschool aged brother and the ever damp twins that are newly arrived in their home. Luckily f [...]


    6. I have to admit, I wasn't the biggest fan of this series opener. Mandy is simply so unlikeable a protagonist, I couldn't muster up a care for her "problems". It's okay to be rambunctious, loud and out of line some of the time, but Mandy is plain obnoxious, and that's no fun to be around. Maybe she'll show some growth in further installments. We'll see.


    7. This is definitely on the younger end of "middle grade;" the main character is 8 and in second grade, but I think you could give this cute book about not always getting what you want to a variety of ages, depending on their reading level.


    8. There were times when I laughed out loud as I read this to my daughter. A fun book that kids and parents can relate too.


    9. I bought this book for my 7.5 year old daughter and we both loved it. Molly thoroughly enjoyed getting to know Mandy and she can't wait to read more!




    10. This book is great! Allison is an awesome author and I enjoy reading her books all the time! I can definitely relate to situations like Mandy Berr's.


    11. Move over Junie B you've got modern savvy competition! Fun story with a young girl who is feeling totally neglected due to the arrival of twin siblings who are "damp" - delightful language and descriptions


    12. Like most preteen girls Mandy Berr believes that she knows better than everyone, including her mom, she is bothered by everything around her like her school, her neighbors and specially her newborn twin siblings. After her mother makes her wear white pants to school and her polka dot underwear shines through, earning her a new nickname, she knows that her mom knows nothing about being cool. This book is great for young kids ho are learning about who they are and fitting in to the crowd. Mandy is [...]


    13. I gave this book to my daughter to kick off her summer reading. She's 7 years old and will be started in 2nd grade in the fall. She breezed through it so fast because she didn't want to put it down! She would sit and giggle and stop every other page to tell me what was going in. She's anxious for the next book to get here to add to her reading log!


    14. This is a very cute story! I loved how it goes into a mind of an 8 year old and how they view things. My niece is 8 and I was talking to her about this book. She seemed to look at me a little odd when I told her about polka dot undies and white pants, but it sounds like she may enjoy this book.



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