With so much to do on her first day of school, Emily feels like it will take forever to reach 100, when her teacher announces they will have a party after 100 days. As the days and weeks go by, Emily and her new classmates learn new ideas, expand their world, and grow closer together one day at a time.
©2000 Rosemary Wells (P)2006 Weston Woods
The audio version of this book is just as good as the print version. Try also looking for the video version of this book at your library. The video adaptation has extra monologue not heard in the audiobook version.
I also recommend with this book "Otto Runs for President" because both titles are by the same author, Rosemary Wells.
I also heard Diana Canova narrate "Otto Runs for President". She does an excellent job at reading Rosemary Wells' books.
There is already a video version of the book. I knew I'd find the story of "Emily's First 100 Days of School" brought to life somehow.
"Emily's First 100 Days of School" is a great book I know anyone can "count" on.
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