Rex has new glasses and he HATES them! He does NOT want to wear them to school, and he tries to hide them – in the strangest places! But it's pretty tricky hiding specs that are so big, and round and RED . . .
It's funny how things turn out, though, because Rex's specs end up winning him a gold star, and a new friend. Even better, he can SEE properly.
A beautifully illustrated and charming story about the positive effects of being, well, maybe just a little different.
So, Rex has just got some new glasses and he doesn't like them. I can relate to this because the first time I got my glasses I WASN'T really keen on them either. But then Rex found out that glasses are given to him for a reason and now it's easier for him (and me) to like his glasses.
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