Arthur's Eyes

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Arthur's Eyes

Arthur can't see to play basketball or to do his homework, so he goes to get glasses. Now he can see, but when he wears the glasses to school, everyone calls him names. He feels different because none of his friends wear glasses, and no one at home wears glasses either. So, Arthur decides to lose his glasses. But, you know, if you can't see where you're going, you may find yourself in the wrong place....

glasses differences being yourself self-confidence picture book identity read aloud to 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s preschooler

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