Book Reviews of What Did I Do to Deserve a Sister Like You?

What Did I Do to Deserve a Sister Like You?
What Did I Do to Deserve a Sister Like You
Author: Angela Shelf Medearis
ISBN-13: 9780439521796
ISBN-10: 0439521793
Pages: 99
Rating:
  • Currently 4.5/5 Stars.
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4.5 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Scholastic
Book Type: Paperback
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Sharie is sick and tired of being compared to her older sister Sandra. Sandra aka Ms. Perfect, does everything right. And lately, it seems like Sharie's doing everything wrong.

It's bad enough having a perfect sister around the house.
But when Sharie and Sandra play in tomarrow's piano recital, the whole world will find out just how not-perfect Sharie really is.

Now there's only ne thing to do. Sharie has to get out of this recital-- whatever it takes!
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Life is rough sometimes, and Sharie is learning what that's all about in this easy-read chapter book. She'd rather eat liver and onions than go to piano lessons, and she dreads the thought of playing in a recital. Her older sister, Sandra, is bossy but beautiful, while Sharie wears thick, ugly glasses, her hair looks like it's been plugged into a 200-volt live wire, and she's broken out in a rash! On top of all that, her dad is out of town and her mom has to work so hard. There is one thing that would really brighten Sharie's dayto ride the Scream-a-Rama at Joyland!
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I read this book alot when I was a little kid with an annoying little sister
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This is one of my favorite childhood books. I have probably read it more than 10 times. it is such a great book and i recommend reading it if you have a sister or not, its an awesome book.
(Mostly ment for third and fourth graders)