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Robert and the Happy Endings brings Barbara Seuling’s beloved character, who first appeared in 1999’s Oh No, It’s Robert, back for new adventures. This time, Robert navigates a series of disasters in his usual upbeat, if somewhat frazzled, style. First comes his new classmate, Taylor Jerome, who’s hearing impaired. Why does her voice sound different when she speaks? Can he ...more
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published March 13th 2007 by Cricket Books
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Dawn
Jan 11, 2009 Dawn rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Third grade and up
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Robert is a sensitive and astute third or fourth grade student. He strives for both fun and fairness in his adventures. Robert takes the reader on several escapades as he progresses through the school year. He is a pirate named Stinky Pete in the school play, he protects the new hearing impaired student, has his bike stolen and manages to forge a friendship that allows him to win a science competition. He likes school and enjoys being around his classmates. Robert is an all-around likeable chara ...more
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