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by Maryn Roos,Valerie Wilson Wesley

eBook How to Fish for Trouble (Willimena Rules!) ePub
Author: Maryn Roos,Valerie Wilson Wesley
Language: English
ISBN: 0606312404
ISBN13: 978-0606312400
Publisher: Demco Media (August 30, 2004)
Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 810
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ePub file: 1258 kb
Fb2 file: 1288 kb

Valerie Wilson Wesley's WILLIMENA'S RULES! HOW TO FISH FOR TROUBLE takes us on an adventurous journey of what happens when a child feels left out. All children at one time or another have felt left out and it is exciting to see how Willimena handles the situation.

Valerie Wilson Wesley's WILLIMENA'S RULES! HOW TO FISH FOR TROUBLE takes us on an adventurous journey of what happens when a child feels left out. I recommend this book to those of you with children ages 9-12.

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Information about the book, Willimena Rules! .

Information about the book, Willimena Rules! Rule Book How to Fish for Trouble (No. 2): the Children’s, Paperback, by Valerie Wilson Wesley (Hyperion Book CH, Mar 01, 2004). They were going fishing, kite flying, and bird-watching with Willimena’s dad. What could be more fun! But then it happened. Everything began to revolve around Teddy. and "Teddy is so good at everything!"

She is the author of the Tamara Hayle mystery series. Her writings, both fiction and non-fiction, have also appeared in numerous publications, including Essence, Family Circle, TV Guide, M. The New York Times, and the Swiss weekly magazine Die Weltwoche.

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When Willimena's cousin Teddy comes for a visit, her dad plans lots of activities for everyone to share, but Willimena grows resentful of all the attention Teddy receives, and decides to turn the tables on the situation.
melody of you
It's has been very difficult trying to find books for my twin 8yr old daughters.

I wanted a series of books with the star character being an African American girl just having fun and doing kid stuff. A book that will make them know that reading is fun. This book does just that and more.

I only wish that there were more of them because I already bought them all.

If you're looking for a great chapter book for an African American girl, then author Valerie Wilson Wesley's series of "Willimena Rules" is it.

Also try, Gloria Rising and Gloria's Way by Ann Cameron.
Gajurus
My daughter had a book report to do on this book as well as a cereal book illustration for her 2nd grade class. This book is a great illustration of learning to share and the competitive nature among siblings and other close family members for love and attention. I was especially pleased with the speed of delivery of my item. I believe it took less than 2 days for my order to make it to me. I was extremely pleased since another order I made, for this same book, with a competitor fell through. I'll never order from anyone else but Amazon!!!
Adrierdin
these are good books, if you're trying to get a young girl to want to read. there're also little life lessons that are taught throughout.
Jake
Our daughter enjoyed this one as she does all the Willemenia

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Great this book was a good book. Willie shouldn't get jealous like that but she learned. So that is good
Samugul
WILLIMENA'S RULES! HOW TO FISH FOR TROUBLE by Valerie Wilson Wesley is rule book #2 in a series of books about Willimena Thomas. It's spring break and Willimena is excited to have a whole week out of school and overjoyed that her favorite cousin, Teddy, is coming to spend spring break at her house. Her dad has all kinds of activities planned for Willimena, her big sister, Tina and cousin Teddy. Willimena can hardly wait for Teddy's arrival but when Teddy does finally arrive he goes from being F.C. (favorite cousin) to T.T.T (Teddy the Terrible). Teddy is getting all the attention from everyone including Tina, her father and all her friends. What was once going to be a fun week for Willimena ends up being a horrible one as she feels left out of everything and replaced by her cousin Teddy. When Willimena starts fishing for trouble it isn't hard to see who her bait will be, cousin Teddy.

Valerie Wilson Wesley's WILLIMENA'S RULES! HOW TO FISH FOR TROUBLE takes us on an adventurous journey of what happens when a child feels left out. All children at one time or another have felt left out and it is exciting to see how Willimena handles the situation. I recommend this book to those of you with children ages 9-12. My 9 year old read it as soon as I finished and she loved it too.

Reviewed by Eraina B. Tinnin

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