Seeing Sugar by Cynthia Brinson

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Kate Martin thinks fourth grade is going to be the best year ever . . . until Sugar Rose Simms walks in, with her long blond hair and sweet Southern accent. Not only does Kate lose her prized front row seat to the new girl, but she finds out she needs glasses! Kate isn't happy about becoming a "four eyes," but she's astonished to discover what she's been missing. When she looks through her glasses and feels like she's seeing for the first time, Kate grabs a camera to capture everything. The details in her photos surprise her-especially a shot of a lonely Sugar Rose looking like she needs a friend.

About Cynthia Brinson

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Cynthia L. Brinson lives in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Seeing Sugar is her first book for Viking.
Published January 1, 2003 by Viking Juvenile. 88 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Kate, the protagonist of this debut book, adores fourth grade—until the day the teacher asks her to give up her front-row seat for Sugar Rose, the new girl from Georgia who has long, silky hair and a nose like Barbie's.

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