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Pearl and Wagner: Three Secrets…

Pearl and Wagner: Three Secrets (Easy-to-Read, Dial)

by Kate McMullan

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This book teaches kids about how sometimes secrets can be fun, but other times they can be hurtful. It also teaches kids about kindness, and how to be a true friend.
  khand | Oct 12, 2011 |
Pearl, a little bunny, and Wagner a mouse, are great friends. In the first chapter of the book, Pearl and Wagner's class visits an ice cream factory. While getting on the bus to go there, Lulu a duck tells Wagner a secret. This drives Pearl crazy. The entire way there and the whole time they're at the factory, Pearl continuously asks Wagner to tell her Lulu's secret. Wagner refuses and grows frustrated with Pearl for asking. Finally, Lulu tells Pearl that all she told Wagner was that she was having a birthday party next week. Upon Pearl realizing that she already knew the secret, the teacher announces that it's time to go. Being preoccupied with Lulu's secret causes the two to miss out on the entire ice cream experience.

The next week when the two are discussing Lulu's party at the amusement park, Wagner announces that he isn't going. After he makes every excuse in the book, Pearl finally discovers that Wagner isn't being truthful. He finally reveals his secret that he's afraid of roller coasters because they go to high, come down too fast and are way too loud. Pearl shows him that all of those things are not to be feared.

Finally, at the amusement park on the day of Lulu's party, Wagner becomes brave enough to ride the roller coaster. Pearl however, becomes fearful as they approach the ride. Wagner talks her into riding it and the two absolutely love it. Finally, for the birthday desert, they get to eat the ice cream that they missed out on earlier that week. They two poke fun at how their love for ice cream isn't a secret and ride the roller coaster again and again-until it's time to go home. ( )
  neilliej | May 24, 2010 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0803725744, Hardcover)

Pearl and Wagner are back, and they are full of secrets: Wagner tells Pearl an embarrassing secret, Pearl tells Wagner a surprising secret, and Lulu tells Wagner a secret that turns out not to be a secret at all. On a school field trip and at a birthday party, Pearl and Wagner learn that some secrets can bring friends closer together, while others can cause all sorts of trouble. In the end, no secret will ever come between Pearl and Wagner!

Beginning readers will laugh and recognize a little of themselves on every page of this charming, warm, and funny book about friendship.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:06:12 -0400)

Pearl and Wagner, a rabbit and a mouse who are best friends, learn about secrets during a trip to an ice cream factory and an amusement park birthday party.

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