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The Bad-news Report Card

by Nancy Poydar

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The Bad-News Report Card is a good book that all children that attend school can relate to. Most every child dreads taking their report card home to their parents, but when Isabel gets in trouble she is not so sure about taking it home. She leaves it on the bus between the seats, and acts tell her parents that her report card disappeared. Everything ends up working out, and she realized she had nothing to worry about in the first place. ( )
  jsa110 | Nov 30, 2011 |
Cute book for a 1st grader who may be nervous about getting the first report card. ( )
  MSblast | Sep 12, 2006 |
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It's report card day in Isabel's classroom, and Isabel is sure that her report card is going to be excellent. But after she is scolded for talking out of turn and reprimanded for turning in a paper without her name on it, Adam whispers that Isabel needs improvement. Could he be right? Could her report card be bad news? Nancy Poydar helps to calm the nerves of students fearing the worst about their own report cards in this humorous and reassuring picture book.

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Fearing that her report card will not contain good news, Isabel tries to devise a way to hide it from her parents.

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