A funky home for a few Harold’s This is Joanne Rossman (and Rita Rose). The ladies are wearing a 1Genet Scarf from One.org, an organization working to end extreme poverty and preventable disease. This is her shop, right here in Roslindale Village. And now she’s carrying Harold!
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The clothes have been bought.
The bedroom has (possibly) been tidied.
The snow-globe of the Empire State Building has been shaken (for good luck).
Everything is ready. But…someone is still worried about something.
Second grade’s about to start for Harold and….he can’t tie his shoes. He doesn’t want the kids at school to laugh at him because he can’t tie his shoes.
If someone you know is worried about school starting, read them “Harold and the Wimple-Dimple Dimmer-Wimmer.”
Because a lot of kids are worried about something: the new school bus, struggling with reading, being the new kid. Let them discover Harold’s worry, and get them talking about a worry they might have.
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Harold can’t tie his shoes.
Never could, never can, never will.
Harold is worried, as second grade is about to start and he’s doesn’t want the kids at school to laugh at him because he can’t tie his shoes.
When he discovers the Wimple-Dimple Dimmer-Wimmer in the garage of his family’s just-moved-into house, he isn’t sure what it is.
NOT a pile of junk
The only thing he is totally and completely sure of is that he can’t tie his shoes.
Can the Wimple-Dimple Dimmer-Wimmer change Harold’s mind about the shoe-lace tying thing?
Find out in Harold and the Wimple-Dimple Dimmer-Wimmer, and take a look at our videos about the book.
What the heck is THAT?