Squashed in the Middle

by Elizabeth Winthrop, 15 pages, about 800 words

Item Number: 2201

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Product Description:

"I'm going to spend the night at Rosa's house," said Daisy. But nobody heard her.

Being a middle child isn't easy - nobody ever listens to Daisy. Her father was chopping carrots. Her mother was talking on the phone. Her big sister was chasing her little brother around and around the kitchen table. So it was no surprise that no one heard where Daisy went, even though she told them.

With humorous text and just the right dose of seriousness, this book captures the frustration of a middle child trying to be heard over the noise of a well-meaning family.

For ages 5 to 8.

Package Weight: about 10.2 ounces.

(From the General-Interest Books shelf.)