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We've all woken up on the wrong side of the bed. But have you ever woken up stuck to the bed? Masha Sweet has. And there's only one possible reason: her little sister Sunny. Masha is used to Sunny's evil genius ways, but the glue Sunny used to secure a bouquet of plastic daisies to Masha's head is not coming out! The girls have to stay home from school and through a bizarre turn of events, they wind up at the hospital. It's the perfect place to fix Masha's head . . . but first they will (almost) contract a (not so) killer virus, steal a cast, and lead the nurses on a wild goose chase. When this is all over, Sunny Sweet is going to be so sorry.
This hilarious new series will hit home with anyone who loves―and loves tricking―their siblings.
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Jennifer Mann grew up in New Jersey, the second of four sisters. Her short stories have been published by Highlights for Children, where she won the 2007 Fiction Contest. She lives in Boston in a giant house filled with kids and cats. Sunny Sweet Is So Not Sorry is her first book.
Gr 3-5-When Masha Sweet wakes up with flowers stuck in her hair and her head glued to a pillow, she knows her sister, Sunny, aka the evil genius, is to blame. Because there isn't enough time to get the glue out of her hair before school, Masha's mom lets her stay home. In addition to dealing with her super-smart, super-annoying younger sister, fifth-grader Masha is having a hard time making friends at her new school following her parents' divorce, so she is more than willing to skip class. Masha soon discovers her neighbor, Mrs. Song, has fallen off her bicycle in front of the house. Sunny is there moments later, and when the paramedics arrive, the girls ride along in the ambulance. At the hospital, high jinks prevail as Masha's arm is mistakenly put in a cast and Sunny gets her in all kinds of trouble. When Masha meets some of the kids at the hospital, she discovers how lucky she really is, even if her sister drives her crazy. While some of the events that take place in the hospital are hard to believe, children will be able to suspend disbelief. Although the main character is in fifth grade, this book will find fans among younger readers. Black-and-white illustrations contribute to the humor in this tale of sisterly adventures.-Sarah Polace, Cuyahoga Public Library System, OHα(c) Copyright 2013. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
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Book Description Bloomsbury USA Childrens, 2014. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # MB00RWTICWA