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Beany And The Dreaded Wedding (Beany #3)

3.83 of 5 stars 3.83  ·  rating details  ·  35 ratings  ·  6 reviews
With Susan Wojciechowski's sure-handed touch for capturing the real concerns of a regular kid, this enormously entertaining Beany book will have middle-grade readers laughing with recognition.

BEANY AND THE DREADED WEDDING finds Beany invited to be both flower girl and ring bearer at her cousin's wedding. Now Beany has plenty of new reasons for losing sleep!
Paperback, 112 pages
Published May 10th 2005 by Candlewick Press (first published August 1st 2000)
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Marie F
Maybe 2.5 stars.

Read aloud to the 5yo girl. Cute fluffy story, hints at romance (wedding couple) and centers around interactions/relationships between people... so it was right up her alley. She ate it up, and loved everything about it. The chapters might have been a bit long if she were old enough to be reading independently, so some young readers might need more division within chapters to be most successful. (I found the nostalgic reminiscing a bit odd because Beany is so young, but people c
Lauren Zaglifa
This is such a cute book that I have read it about six times. Not even kidding. I wouldn't call it a quick read because I am a slow reader and those long chapters drive me crazy, but it's just such a cute book that I can't still stay mad at it.
Maya Madhavan
My favorite part was when Phillip went like a monster on the keys of the organ. I liked it when she was walking down the aisle. I liked her dress because it is my favorite color - purple.
It was about a girl who didn't want to be a flower girl in a wedding. I liked it.
Jeanne Morigeau
Kinda cute, but certainly not as engaging as CLEMENTINE...
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Susan Wojciechowski was a children's librarian for many years. "Every December," she says, "I read the same two or three classic Christmas stories aloud to the children. I tried to find another one I wanted to read and couldn't. So I wrote THE CHRISTMAS MIRACLE OF JONATHAN TOOMEY. I've never written anything that way before. It just came through me in a flood of inspiration and was finished in les ...more
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