Rex has new glasses and he does not like them one bit! He definitely does not want to wear them to school. He tries his best to hide them–under his hair, in his sandwich, anywhere he can–but it’s tricky when they’re so big and round and red. With help from his friends and family, can Rex learn to love his specs after all?
Jumping Jack and Roger Trotter are show-jumping champions, but an injury to the horse, Jack, is threatening to spoil their team by affecting Jack’s confidence.
Because Kate is the quiet one compared to her four noisy brothers and sisters, her parents are slow to notice that she is near-sighted and needs glasses.
This colorful, funny and empathetic story will capture children’s imaginations and make them laugh out loud. The eye-chart endpapers Find Twenty-Two Frogs in this Book will have children searching high and low.
Boris learns that he has a problem with his eyesight. When he gets his glasses, a whole new world unveils itself to him. He starts a new job and notices the cute girl at the bakery.