Karen's School Picture

Karen s School Picture Karen has to get glasses two pairs One pair for reading and one for all the time Karen does not want glasses Her school pictures are going to be taken soon But Karen has to so she picks out some prett

  • Title: Karen's School Picture
  • Author: Ann M. Martin Susan Tang
  • ISBN: 9780590442589
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Paperback
  • Karen has to get glasses two pairs One pair for reading and one for all the time Karen does not want glasses Her school pictures are going to be taken soon But Karen has to so she picks out some pretty pink and blue ones Karen thinks she looks very grown up Then Yicky Ricky at school calls her Four eyes If Karen wears her glasses for the picture, Ricky will maKaren has to get glasses two pairs One pair for reading and one for all the time Karen does not want glasses Her school pictures are going to be taken soon But Karen has to so she picks out some pretty pink and blue ones Karen thinks she looks very grown up Then Yicky Ricky at school calls her Four eyes If Karen wears her glasses for the picture, Ricky will make fun of her But Karen s not a wimp Glasses or no glasses that Ricky is going to get it.

    One thought on “Karen's School Picture”

    1. A fairly realistic book about a child needing to get glasses and all the drama surrounding having "four eyes". Although I've never heard of someone needing 2 pairs of glasses - is this perhaps an older solution to eye problems?

    2. Karen is a sweet girl and it all started when one day she went to school and all the sudden she had a really bad headache and could not see anything it was blurry. And one day her mom maid an eye doctors appointment but Karen was not happy she wanted to grow up as a movie star but her dreams were ruined ,glasses no way. So she got her glasses and she was bullied for it and when that happened the kid that was bullying her was gone that day and the next day he came back he had glasses. And he was [...]

    3. Typical 2nd grade problem. Karen's got to get glasses. This is tough because she will probably get teased by her classmates and school pictures are coming up. This one deals with obviously getting glasses, which is a huge deal to a child (and to some adults as well, although for slightly different reasons, I imagine), teasing, & having the courage to be yourself.The ending made me smile:)Is it just me or are most of the books so far pertaining to Karen's life at the "big house"? It seems lik [...]

    4. This book is okay.I don't really like Baby Sitters Little Sister or Baby Sitters Club for that matter, but this one was really boring and I didn't like it. It might accually be my least favorite. I think Little girls would like these books (6 and older) But for me they are just okay.

    5. I loved these books. I wanted to read Baby-Sitters Club because my sister did, but my mother wouldn't let me because they were too old for me. I only read a few of them though before I was old enough to move on to the Baby-Sitters Club.

    6. In which Karen get glasses right before her school picture, and these are the big ole owl-type bifocals that cover half her face like I had in fourth grade.

    7. Ohnoez, Karen needs glasses! And goes and picks frames that, in a few years' time, she will be mortified to think she ever wore.

    8. I was way too old for these books by the time I was reading them, and never really a fan of Karen, so I was not their target audience.

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