Submitted by Ms. Brenda!
Wouldn’t it be great if we never made mistakes? Or maybe it wouldn’t be so great after all. Meet Beatrice, or as she is more popularly known, The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes by author/illustrator Mark Pett, and Gary Rubinstein. Beatrice’s days start like anyone else’s. Two socks that always match, two shoes always on the correct feet, and sandwiches made to perfection. When Beatrice opens the front door to leave for school, she always remembers to say “Good Morning” to the crowd. Crowd? Beatrice is somewhat of a celebrity in her town. She’s never made a mistake. Ever! Even when she was a baby, her building block towers were perfectly perfect. Her juggling act is sure to win the talent show for the 4th year in a row. On the morning of the talent show, Beatrice has a near miss with a few flying eggs. She had almost made a mistake, and her “almost mistake” has her worrying for the rest of the day. That night, she’s very nervous before the talent show. When things don’t go as planned, Beatrice finds out that making mistakes can be funny and fun! This book will help little perfectionists see that making mistakes is okay, and it can be a lot of fun, too! See this book listed in our catalog