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Samantha returns to school as a sixth grader and discovers that there is something unusual going on with her vision. Sentences look blurry causing her to have trouble reading. Her mother makes her an appointment with the eye doctor and she soon learns about what it's like to have glasses for the first time.

This is the fifth book written by 13-year-old Jessica Arnold, who
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Kindle Edition, 19 pages
Published June 15th 2012 by Marquette Press
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Bill Tillman
Boy I sure remember getting my first pair of glasses. We lived in Topeka and I had to walk downtown to pick them up. The $40 was pinned to my shirt so I wouldn't loose it. But guess what I lost it before I got there. So yes first things that happen to you with new glasses stick with you a lifetime. Great book does it just right.
Grampy
"My Glasses" by Jessica Arnold is a children's book, about a young girl, Samantha, whose eyesight starts to get fuzzy, so her parents take her to an optometrist for a checkup. The doctor quickly determines that she needs glasses, so she picks out a nice purple and pink frame, and can't wait until her new glasses arrive, because she was amazed at how much clearer things looked when the doctor was testing her vision.

The amazing thing about this book is the author: Jessica Arnold started writing h
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Sep 20, 2012 Patricia Ann Arnold rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
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At the age of fourteen, Jessica has written and illustrated seven books.

Jessica’s fictional characters are models of who she would like to be. Jessica’s characters face difficulties, disabilities and emotional challenges, but they always prevail, inform and unite people, so in a way, she admires their strength.

Jessica Arnold writes books for children. Her first book, “I am Good at Lots of Things”
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