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Anthony and the Girls by Ole Könnecke
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Anthony and the Girls

by Ole Könnecke

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This book is about a boy who wants the girls to notice him. He does all of these things to get their attention. He gets hurt and starts crying and the girls notice him and ask him to play with them. This book is good because it shows that all you need to do is be yourself in front of others to make friends.
  kelseyo | Nov 11, 2013 |
Very simple text for small children. Little Anthony is showing off to the little girls in the sandbox, but they don't pay him any attention, until he gets hurt. Moral: girls aren't impressed when you're showing off. ( )
  missmath144 | Jun 20, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0374303762, Hardcover)

Anthony has a bucket, a shovel, and a really big car. But the
girls playing in the sandbox don't look. They don't even look
when attention-seeking Anthony does his best trick. Is there
nothing he can do to turn their heads his way?

In dazzlingly deadpan text and art, Ole Könnecke hilariously
demonstrates how easy it is to stumble when trying too hard to
make a splash. After all, as parents know and children will
learn, it's not about what you've got but about how much heart.


(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:53 -0400)

Anthony has a bucket, a shovel, and a really big car. But the girls don't look. They don't even look when Anthony does his best trick. Is there nothing he can do to turn their heads his way?

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