Be a Perfect Person in Just Three Days! by Stephen Manes
Is it possible? Can an ordinary human being really become a perfect person in three short days?
Milo Crinkley thought so. What gave him the idea was a book that fell on his head one day at the library–a book with the impressive title Be a Perfect Person in Just Three Days The author, Dr. K. Pinkerton Silverfish, did look kind of weird, but he claimed to be the world’s leading authority on perfection.
Milo took the book home and followed its instructions. He liked the idea of being perfect. Perfect people never had their parents nag at them. Perfect people never had to take the blame for rotten tricks their sisters played. Perfect people never needed erasers. Perfect was obviously the perfect thing to be
Did Milo become a perfect person in just three days? More important, can you?
Do you think we’re going to answer all your questions here when we want you to read this hilarious book?
A personal message from Dr. K. Pinkerton Silverfish, world’s leading expert on perfection:
● Maybe you think it’s all a lot of baloney. Maybe you think nobody can
become perfect in three short days. Well, maybe you should think again
● Here’s my no-risk guarantee:
Try this book for just three days. If you’re not absolutely delighted
with the results, you can go soak your head. Now, what could be fairer
● I won’t be satisfied until every man, woman, and child on the face of the earth completes my amazing crash course in perfection. So, remember: If you don’t read this book, I’m going to tell on you
Winner of five kid-voted statewide awards
California Young Reader Medal
Charlie May Simon Award (Arkansas)
Georgia Children’s Book Award
Nene Award (Hawaii)
Sunshine State Award (Florida)
Publisher: Cadwallader and Stern
Category: Humorous Stories Social Themes - Values & Virtues
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