My New Glasses
Unless otherwise noted, all books may be found in
the picture book section under the author’s last name.
Seeing Sugar / Cynthia L. Brinson
When she loses her front row seat in class, Kate discovers that she needs glasses.
j BRINSON (fiction, grades 2-4)
Arthur's eyes / Marc Brown
Arthur learns to love his new glasses.
Glasses for D.W. / Marc Brown.
Arthur's little sister wants to wear glasses like her brother and tries to prove she needs them.
Princess Peepers / Pam Calvert
When the other princesses make fun of her for wearing glasses, Princess Peepers vows to go without, but after several mishaps--one of which is especially coincidental--she admits that she really does need them if she wants to see.
Agapanthus Hum and the eyeglasses / Joy Cowley
Agapanthus wants to wear her glasses while she does her fabulous acrobatic tricks.
j Er COWLEY (beginning reader)
Farmer McPeepers and his missing milk cows / Katy Duffiled
A crafty herd of cows borrows Farmer McPeepers' eyeglasses so that they can have a day on the town.
Dogs don't wear glasses / Adrienne Geoghegan
Nanny Needles takes her dog Seymour to the eye doctor.
Watch out, Ronald Morgan! / Patricia Reilly Giff
Ronald has several funny experiences until he gets a pair of eyeglasses.
j Er GIFF (beginning reader)
The patch / Justina Chen Headley
Five-year-old Becca discovers that her new eyeglasses and eye patch– which she needs to correct her lazy eye - allow her to become people as different as a ballerina-pirate and a private eye.
Baby Duck and the bad eyeglasses / Amy Hest
Grandpa helps Baby realize that her new glasses are not so bad after all.
Make room for Elisa / Johanna Hurwitz
Five year old Elisa gets new eyeglasses.
j HURWITZ (fiction, grades 1-3)
Cromwell's glasses / Holly Keller
Lydia aids her brother when he is teased about his new glasses.
Junie B., first grader (at last!) / Barbara Park
Junie B. needs glasses.
j PARKS / j pb P ( fiction, gr. 1-3 & paperback)
Winnie flies again / Korky Paul
Winnie the witch has trouble navigating crowded skies, but the problems is not with her broomstick.
j E-pb P (picture book paperback)
Spectacles / Ellen Raskin
A little girl talks about some of the odd things she saw before being fitted with glasses.
j E-pb R (picture book paperback)
Honey Bunny's honey bear / Marilyn Sadler
Honey Bunny wants to be friends with the bear who sits next to her in school, but he never seems to notice her.
j Er PRIMER SADLER
Glasses : who needs 'em? / Lane Smith
A boy is unhappy about having to wear glasses, until his doctor provides an unusual list of other eyeglass wearers.
Just call me J.P. / Jacqueline Sweeney
James Philip Bunny is unhappy about being mistaken for his twin brother, but eyeglasses solve that problem.
j Er SWEENEY (beginning reader)
Hocus focus / Sarah Willson
Jack and Gina let the teasing of a classmate stop them from wearing their glasses until a class field trip makes them change their minds.
j WILLSON (fiction, grades 1-3)
How do our eyes see? / Carol Ballard / j 612.84 BAL
Can you see the chalkboard? / Alvin Silverstein / j 617.7 Sil (6/10)
Look for these and other great books in
The Children's Library
Mt. Lebanon Public Library
16 Castle Shannon Blvd.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228