Luna And The Big Blur

Luna And The Big Blur

A Story For Children Who Wear Glasses

Book - 1995
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A young girl who hates her glasses learns to appreciate them after spending a day without them

Blackwell North Amer
Do you remember the first time you had to wear glasses as a child? For the thousands of children today who experience this unsettling change in their lifestyle, Luna and the Big Blur helps them feel good about their glasses and themselves.
Luna is a young girl who hates her glasses and decides she won't wear them. This delightful story describes the many mishaps that occur when Luna leaves her glasses at home. She eventually learns to accept her nearsightedness after a supportive talk with her father, who is able to show her that she can feel good about all of her own special qualities.
All children will be able to relate to Luna's feelings of being different, and will turn to her story again and again to lightheartedly resolve the many issues that plague them when they feel that they don't fit in. Also included is an introduction for parents.

Publisher: New York : Magination Press, c1995
Edition: ON ORDER
ISBN: 9780945354666


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