The Three Silly Girls Grubb by Ann Hassett

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Three silly sisters skip over a bridge on their way to school. But before they can cross to safety, each sister must face Ugly-Boy Bobby, a bully who hides beneath the bridge. But even a boy like Bobby hungers for something other than bugs and mud puddles. What he craves the most are jelly donuts, the very ones each sister carries in her lunch! Just when it seems that Ugly-Boy Bobby will stop at nothing to get those donuts, the biggest sister turns the tables on him with just one simple, little request . . .

About Ann Hassett

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John and Ann Hassett have been collaborating on picture books for more than ten years. Their books are known for their quirky humor and lively illustrations. The Hassetts live and work in Maine, where their “commute to work is short (upstairs, and first door on the right).”
Published April 24, 2006 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 32 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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Now, the extra large offers quite nicely to share, but the condition she sets is not acceptable to Ugly-Boy Bobby, who runs off to school and never misses a day again.

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Ugly-Boy Bobby tries to grab each Grubb girl's lunch, without luck, until the biggest Grubb makes him a truly lip-smacking offer that will change him forever.

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