Trouble in a tutu
When Bootsie Barker shows up at Bernie and Lisa's ballet class, the trouble begins. "I hate ballet!" Bootsie yells. "I hate boys even more!" And she means it! Bootsie's pliés and pirouettes keep knocking Bernie down, but Madame blames Bernie.
Can Bernie and Lisa figure out a way to get Bootsie Barker off their backs?Bootsie Barker the bully seems to turn up everywhere—now she is terrorizing Lisa and Bernie’s ballet class. But Madame never notices that Bootsie is the one causing the trouble. Instead, Madame blames Bernie and Lisa for knocking people over and disrupting the class. Can Bernie and Lisa figure a way out to get even with Bootsie? Ballerinas, basketball players, and beginning readers will enjoy this story of outwitting one of the funniest bullies they’ll ever meet.
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Barbara Bottner has written more than twenty children's books and scripts for TV, including Bootsie Barker Bites, which was translated into five languages. She lives in Hollywood, FL.
G. Brian Karas has illustrated many books for children, including In the Hush of the Evening and his own Home on the Bayou, a Boston GlobeHorn Book Honor Book, as well as another I Can Read Book, Sid and Sam, by Nola Buck. Mr. Karas lives in Rhinebeck, NY.
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Book Description HarperCollins Publishers, 1997. Book Condition: Good. N/A. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Bookseller Inventory # GRP11254040
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