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D.W., Go to Your Room! by Marc Brown
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D.W., Go to Your Room!

by Marc Brown

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DW has a hard time staying in her room while she's being punished for being mean to her younger sister. Finally at the end of her punishment she finally is nice to her younger sister.
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  TUCC | Sep 12, 2016 |
Summary: D.W. was playing when her baby sister Kate took one of D.W.'s blocks. D.W. got mad and threatened baby Kate so her Mom sent her to her room. While in her room D.W. kept finding reasons to leave her room. She also thought that her parents did not like her and felt like she was locked in her room. D.W.'s Mom had brought Kate into D.W.'s room to look after her until dinner. Before she knew it D.W. felt bad and was playing with baby Kate and wanted to keep playing rather than go to dinner.

Evaluation/Argument: This book is great for readers who love Arthur and the rest of the stories about him and his family. As a child I loved watching Arthur on television and reading the different books about his family. This book does a good job of showing the relationship between older siblings and how they treat their baby siblings. For example, at the beginning of the book D.W. was not being kind to her baby sister Kate and was yelling at her. By the end of the book the two girls were playing nicely together and did not even want to go to dinner. Marc Brown does a nice job illustrating this relationship through D.W.'s decisions.
The central message of this story is that every decision you make has a consequence, whether good or bad. D.W.'s bad choices let to negative consequences in her mind. The relationship you have with your siblings should be valued as well as these younger siblings look up to their older siblings. ( )
  mwade4 | Oct 27, 2014 |
Another of Marc Brown's books that falls in the series. This book is about Arthur's sister, D.W. She experiences the consequences of making poor decisions.
  mfwilson | Mar 21, 2011 |
D.W. gets sent to her room after pinching her baby sister. As she sits in her rooms she imagines herself as being treated like a slave and is afraid she won't get any food. Soon after, D.W. is forced to her watch her baby sister and soon forgets being in a bad mood! ( )
  rmbowers | Nov 2, 2010 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0316106704, Paperback)

D.W. won't share with her baby sister, and gets sent to her room for a time-out. The punishment seems to last forever-it's not fair! Will D.W. decide she's better off alone, or can she learn to share?

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When D.W. is sent to her room as punishment for making baby Kate cry, it is Kate who finally makes her feel better.

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