Wednesday, February 22, 2012


This is a delightful story about Beatrice, a nine-year-old girl who never makes mistakes.

Beatrice is famous in her town, though most people do not know of her real name. She is known simply as “The Girl Who Never Makes Mistakes” and she is proud to be called by that nickname. She is always very careful on everything she does. It is, as she doesn’t know how to make a mistake.

She never forgets her math homework, never wears mismatched socks, and she always wins the yearly talent show at school. In fact, she has won the talent show for three years in a row with her juggling act, and she feels quite confident about this year.
However, one day participating in a talent show she makes her first mistake ever and it is in front of many people. She then realizes it is okay to make a mistake and laughs at it.
Great book for kids all ages. This story tells children that mistake happens. That not only making a mistake is not the end of the world, but also are part of growing up.

Written by Mark Pett and Gary Rubinstein , illustrated by Mark Pett.

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