In Lone Bean, Bean Gibson is a girl that is ready for third grade. The unexpected happens though.
In Lone Bean, Bean Gibson is a girl that is ready for third grade. The unexpected happens though. Bean has always been a good girl in school but on the first day of third grade everything goes wrong: The class bully is in her classroom, so there will be trouble, she has to do an interview with the smelliest kid in the whole school and then she makes him feel bad. Bean totally embarrasses herself. Also Bean thinks her teacher does not like her. Oh no! Now, her dad is a college music teacher and now he wants Bean to play an instrument. She can not decide. The piano: her fingers are too stubby. The cello: too heavy. The violin: okay, I guess. Bean now hears that she will have to play in a recital with her sisters and her dad’s students! Bean is not at all good at one song on the violin! Lone Bean is written by Chudney Ross. I would recommend it for ages seven through twelve because it is a kid’s chapter book. It also has one hundred and ninety-eight pages.