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Eleanor Estes’s The Hundred Dresses won a Newbery Honor in 1945 and has never been out of print since At the heart of the story is Wanda Petronski a Polish girl in a Connecticut school who is ridiculed by her classmates for wearing the same faded blue dress every day Wanda claims she has one hundred dresses at home but everyone knows she doesn’t and bullies her mercilessly The class feels terrible when Wanda is pulled out of the school but by that time it’s too late for apologies Maddie one of Wanda’s classmates ultimately decides that she is never going to stand by and say nothing again This powerful timeless story has been reissued with a new letter from the author’s daughter Helena Estes and with the Caldecott artist Louis Slobodkin’s original artwork in beautifully restored color


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    The Hundred Dresses is a book about a girl named Wanda Petronski who’s bullied at school because she’s different Wanda is polish and the other students in class particularly a girl named Peggy make fun of her name and harass her outside of school whenever possibleDresses seem important to the school girls and it’s always an interest when a girl comes to school wearing a new one Wanda attempts to fit in as the girls all admire a student’s new dress by speaking up and telling the girls she has a hundred dresses at home “A hundred of them All lined up in my closet”The other kids don’t believe her and just make fun of her even After all she shows up to school wearing the same faded blue dress day after day Not long after Wanda doesn’t show up to school any and everyone wonders where she isEven though Peggy never thought twice about making fun of Wanda her friend Maddie felt bad about it It niggles her every night especially now that Wanda’s been absent from school for so long Is she coming back? All Maddie can do now is reflect on the fact that she never had the guts to stand up to Peggy for fear of being the next victimThe day arrives when the school art contest winners will be announced Everyone is excited when they walk into the room and see at least a hundred different sketches hanging up They’re speechless and can’t believe the beauty of the art pieces Who made all of them? The same day all the children learn what happened to Wanda through a letter from her father The question is Will the class ever get to see or speak to Wanda again?This is such a lovely book Our copy is a paperback from 1973 and in really good shape for it’s age I believe this was originally written in 1944 It does have some illustrations but not much color I purchased this at a garage sale for only ten cents This book is just one example of why I can’t stay away from book salesWith themes of bullying racial discrimination and forgiveness this is such an important book for children What I loved most about the book is Wanda’s forgiveness especially when the students didn’t even ask for it What I didn’t like was that it’s unclear whether or not Peggy or the other bullying students truly learned their lesson I don’t remember reading this when I was in elementary school but I’m glad to have read it with my kids nowThis book is featured for Shabby Sunday Level 4 – 6Paperback 79 pagesPublisher Scholastic Paperbacks 1st edition January 30 1973Language EnglishISBN 10 0590062190ISBN 13 978 0590062190