It's Hard to Be Five: Learning How to Work My Control Panel

Jamie Lee Curtis and Laura Cornell


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It's Hard to Be Five: Learning How to Work My Control Panel by Curtis, Jamie Lee
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Jamie Lee Curtis and Laura Cornell, the #1 New York Times bestselling team behind Today I Feel Silly and I'm Gonna Like Me, return with It's Hard to Be Five, a story of self-control and learning to do your best every day

Learning not to hit? Having to wait your turn? Sitting still? It's hard to be five

But Jamie Lee Curtis's encouraging text and Laura Cornell's playful illustrations make the struggles of self-control a little bit easier and a lot more fun. Kids will laugh in recognition of siblings, classmates, and friends--and maybe even themselves.

Publisher: HarperCollins
Published: 07/31/2007
Pages: 40
Weight: 0.9lbs
Size: 9.70h x 11.38w x 0.36d
ISBN: 9780060080952
Age: Ages 4-8

Accelerated Reader:
Reading Level: 2
Point Value: 0.5
Interest Level: Lower Grade
Quiz #/Name: 81643 / It's Hard to Be Five: Learning How to Work My Control Panel

Review Citation(s):
Kirkus Review - Children 08/01/2004 pg. 740
Publishers Weekly 09/06/2004 pg. 62
Booklist 10/15/2004 pg. 410
School Library Journal 12/01/2004 pg. 105
Hornbook Guide to Children 01/01/2005 pg. 28 - Below Average, With Minor Flaw

About the Author
Curtis, Jamie Lee: -

Jamie Lee Curtis has had many firsts: her first (and only) marriage to Christopher Guest, her first time holding her children, Annie and Tom, her first time pretending to be a customer in an episode of Quincy, and her first time she wrote words that became her first book. She lives in Los Angeles, the first city she ever lived in, and is always first in line, first to arrive, first to leave, and first to sleep.

Cornell, Laura: -

Laura Cornell lives in New York City with her daughter, Lily (first and only), but they spend much time in California, Laura's first state in her first home. She was asked to illustrate Jamie's first book, and that became ten. Lucky is the first word that comes to mind.