Grumpy Gloria by Anna Dewdney

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Gloria was glum and grumpy

Out of sorts.

Sad and lumpy.

A brand-new doll?

It's time to pout!

Gloria felt so left out.

Poor Gloria the bulldog thinks she has lost her best friend when the little girl who owns her receives a doll as a birthday present. Suddenly the girl Gloria does everything with now does everything with her new doll! But Gloria can't exactly tell anyone why she's upset, so the girl's brother and sister figure that Gloria just needs some cheering up. Maybe a bath? Or a game of dress-up? Or a bike ride? Things go from silly to hysterical, but in the end Gloria is happily reunited with her best friend.


About Anna Dewdney

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Published September 21, 2006 by Viking Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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All ends well for the long-suffering Gloria, who is happily reunited with her friend by story’s end.

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With a delightfully fresh take on the time-proven theme about a family member who feels displaced by a new arrival, Dewdney (Llama, Llama Red Pajama ) features a jowly bulldog named Gloria.

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