Smelly Matthew, who sits in front of him, knows they'll never win. "We're the worst readers in the class, " he says. But Richard won't give up. He can already taste those Candy Corns. And before he knows it, he has. Three fat juicy ones.
What will Ms. Rooney do when she finds out?
My favorite part of this book candy corn contest when Richard told the teacher he had to go to the bathroom but he went up to her classroom and try to change the number on the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Barbara
I remembered this one from my childhood and decided to read it aloud to my kids. They are enjoying it, but the kindle edition has a TON of errors. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Colorado79
My daughter loved the book! She could not put down the book and read it in two days flat!!Published 3 months ago by Renee Przybysz
Easy to read. It helped interest students in my school in our October estimation contests.Published 4 months ago by Connie Toone
This is a good story, but the digital copy I got had a fair number of typos, mostly in the form of the number 4 acting as quotation marks. It is otherwise recommended.Published 4 months ago by Jessica
I think the lessons presented here are very important. I think it is important for children to understand that there actions have consequences. Read morePublished 16 months ago by blessedsloan