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Chester's Way by Kevin Henkes
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Nov 11, 11

bookshelves: ages-4-to-8, picture-books, read-for-class
Read in September, 2011

Henkes addresses an important childhood concept in showing that, while some people we know may do things exactly the same, not everyone will. When Lilly moves into the neighborhood, her way of doing things is drastically different than Chester and his best friend Wilson. She wears disguises and talks backward to herself and carries a loaded squirt gun, just in case. At first they avoid her, but by the end they realize that there is much to learn from Lilly.

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