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Sneaky Weasel by Hannah Shaw
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Sneaky Weasel (edition 2009)

by Hannah Shaw (Author)

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Although he's had a lot of fun doing sneaky and devilish things to all his friends for his own amusement, Sneaky Weasel learns a hard lesson about friendship and respect when he throws a party for himself and no one shows up.
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Title:Sneaky Weasel
Authors:Hannah Shaw (Author)
Info:Knopf Books for Young Readers (2009), Edition: First American Edition, 32 pages
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A sneaky weasel plays all kinds of hurtful tricks on his fellow animal comrades. Deciding to host a party, sneaky weasel is shown the error of his ways when no one attends. He decides that he wants to become a better weasel but how… This story focuses on a hot topic in today’s schools and how one unlikely to change character can overcome the grips of bullying to become a good friend (well, kind of). With silly drawings throughout the characters come alive with human emotions. Such as when sneaky weasel is feeling guilty about his ways you can see his guilt as he hangs his head in shame and almost cries. The added interest of the inside covers depict weasels transformation through the way he runs his various business. Overall, this story’s humorous approach to a sensitive topic can help any child think about how it feels to be bullied and how they can change if they try. ( )
  MDHarley | Nov 18, 2011 |
Sneaky Weasel is the neighborhood jerk. He plays pranks on everyone, and hurts their feelings in the process. No surprise, when he throws his "I'm Awesome" Party, no one wants to come. Sneaky Weasel decides to beat the bounds of the neighborhood, demanding explanations for his invitees' absences. In the process, he finds out exactly why no one came: he is not a good friend, and hurts other people's feelings. Remorseful, he returns home and ponders how to rectify his past deeds. He issues a public apology and when he throws his next party, everyone comes!
  amasarik | Jul 1, 2010 |
"A sneaky weasel finds that his tricks have left him with plenty of power, a swimming pool full of money, and absolutely no friends. Can this very bad weasel learn how to be good?" ( )
  kidlit9 | Dec 16, 2009 |
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Although he's had a lot of fun doing sneaky and devilish things to all his friends for his own amusement, Sneaky Weasel learns a hard lesson about friendship and respect when he throws a party for himself and no one shows up.

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