By Ann Bixby Herold
Peter does good in third-grade math. yet, by some means, in writing and spelling, by the point the letters get from his mind to his paper, they get rotated. His Dad thinks he is lazy. Peter simply desires to fall ill and remain domestic from college. It takes the perseverance of a spider named Seymour to aid Peter paintings to beat his studying difficulties.
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Cooper came home in time for supper on Friday. To Peter's surprise, he didn't ask about his new class. He hardly said a word all weekend. He mostly slept in front of the television. Peter didn't get sick that Sunday night, either. He tried. He kicked off his bed covers. He fell asleep shivering. When he woke up next morning, he was warm and cozy. There was a blanket over him; his window had been closed. At breakfast, Betsy was cranky. "She's coming down with something," Mrs. Cooper said. " Peter ate his cereal.
Peter settled on the sofa to watch television. He flipped through the channels. There was nothing worth watching. I wish I had someone to talk to, he thought. He tried to will his father into waking up. It didn't work. He looked for a snack. He was peering in the refrigerator when the phone rang. It was Mike. " Mike's cheerful voice made Peter grin. "When you didn't turn up in class on Monday, I thought you had quit on us. Then Nancy said you weren't in her room either. We thought you had run away.
Neidigh, Sherry publisher : Herald Press isbn10 | asin : 0836135326 print isbn13 : 9780836135329 ebook isbn13 : 9780585183909 language : English subject Learning disabilities--Fiction. 54 subject : Learning disabilities--Fiction. Page 3 The Hard Life of Seymour E. Newton Ann Bixby Herold Illustrated by Sherry Neidigh HERALD PRESS Scottdale, Pennsylvania Waterloo, Ontario Page 4 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Herold, Ann Bixby. Newton / Ann Bixby Herold. p. cm. Summary: A third grader with learning difficulties is heartened by a spider he names Seymour, who rebuilds his web as necessary, and by finding out his father has a problem similar to his own.
The Hard Life of Seymour E. Newton by Ann Bixby Herold