The Bailey Triplets and the Lazy Lesson (häftad)
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Bailey Triplets
Weber, Penny (ill.)
Penny Weber
31 Illustrations
279 x 216 x 3 mm
136 g
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4312:Standard Color 8.5 x 11 in or 280 x 216 mm Perfect Bound on Standard 70 White w/Gloss Lam

The Bailey Triplets and the Lazy Lesson

Häftad,  Engelska, 2020-04-23
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Bobby Bailey has started being lazy, which is driving his parents crazy, especially his mother. He hates to wash his face, brush his teeth, make his bed or clean his room. He doesn’t even want to play, so he doesn’t have a mess to clean up. His mother thinks of a unique plan that she thinks might cure his laziness. Bobby is ecstatic about the new rules. All he has to do is go to school. Will her plan work?
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Pamela Bell lives in Las Vegas, Nevada and is the grandmother of five. All of her life she had a passion for poetry and storytelling, so when her first grandchildren, the triplets, were born she began making up stories at nap time as a way to calm and entertain three rambunctious triplets and get them to fall asleep.

It worked so well, that once they were too old for naps, they continued begging to still climb into their cozy sleeping bags and listen to their Grammy's stories.

"The Lazy Lesson", by far, was their favorite story of the hundreds their grandmother made up, so several years later at the urging of her daughter, she wrote the story. It inspired the idea of an entire series about triplet adventures that would entertain, yet teach important lessons with sentiment, humor and rhyme, so that children and their parents would enjoy reading them and look forward to every lesson.