Sebastian's Roller Skates

Sebastian's Roller Skates

Book - 2005 | 1st American ed.
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Sebastian didn't talk very much, even though he had a lot to say. He wanted to tell the barber not to make his head look like a billiard ball. He wanted to tell the neighbors that he hadn't grown all that much. And he wanted to ask Ester, the little girl who sat in front of him at school, if she wanted to be friends. But he couldn't. He couldn't say any of those things. Sebastian was shy. He was very shy. And then one day he finds an old pair of roller skates in the park. Roller skating is hard to learn, but if you practice, and practice, and practice, and then if you forget about worrying, and forget about falling and just skate, well, everything changes. And sometimes if you forget about worrying and forget about blushing and just talk, well, everything changes again. Children and adults alike will find that this award-winning picture book has a lot to say both about recognizing who you are, and who you'd like to be.
Publisher: La Jolla, CA : Kane/Miller, 2005.
Edition: 1st American ed.
ISBN: 9781929132812
1929132816
Branch Call Number: E PRATS
Characteristics: 32 p. : col. ill. ; 23 x 29 cm.
Additional Contributors: Rovira, Francesc

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lsz Jan 25, 2011

Nice children's book

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Gablynne
Dec 08, 2010

i wate dis labrary

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