Henry's Show and Tell by Nancy Carlson

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Henry really likes kindergarten&150there's painting, singing, story time and lots of new things to learn. But there's one thing Henry doesn't like: show and tell! His legs get all shaky and he's too shy to speak. And it doesn't help that his classmate Tony always asks, "Is Henry going to barf?" Just in time, Henry's kind teacher comes to the rescue with a great plan for helping him overcome his fears.

With bright, humorous illustrations and cheerful, clear text, Nancy Carlson delivers another winner that directly and in matter-of-fact fashion addresses children's concerns.

 

About Nancy Carlson

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Nancy Carlson has written and illustrated many beloved books for young readers.
 
Published July 22, 2004 by Viking Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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But when it comes to show-and-tell, Henry gets the yips: sweat creases his brow, words fail to escape his lips, and trembles shake his body: “Is he going to barf?” asks Tony.

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The mouse from Kindergarten, Here I Come doesn't want a turn in Henry's Show and Tell by Nancy Carlson.

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