: Book Reviews > D.W. Flips
By Marc Brown
How often do we think we are so advanced that we shouldn't have to start
at the beginning. D.W. Flips features that the little sister of that loveable aardvark with the yellow sweater named Arthur. D.W. aspires to
do flips but must start with a very basic gymnastic move- the forward roll.
D.W.'s friend Emily can do a perfect forward roll. But D.W. goes
whump. D.W. shows true determination and practices continually often times disrupting the other members of her family. But she succeeds in mastering
the forward roll. She is anxious to show off her newly acquired skill. She impresses her teacher, Miss Morgan, her best friend Emily and the
rest of her class. She is complimented by the teacher and soon realizes that there are many more skills which she needs to acquire. Practice
makes perfect and now D.W. needs to learn the next maneuver - backward rolls.
This book will delight all the little gymnasts that you know and Arthur
fans at heart. Small children will learn that persistence will pay off.
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