Raymie, Dickie, and the Bean: why I love and hate my brothers

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Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers,
Pub. Date:
2005.
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English
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IL: LG - BL: 2.9 - AR Pts: 0.5
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Everybody might love Raymond now, but when Ray Romano was ten years old, he and his brothers didn't always get along. Raymie has two brothers, Dickie and the Bean. Sometimes he loves his brothers. Sometimes he hates them. One day Raymie's family takes a trip to the amusement park. On the car ride Raymie tells a really funny joke that Dickie says isn't funny at all. Raymie really hates that. When they get to the park, Raymie and Dickie can't wait to ride the Vomitizer because it's the scariest ride in the whole park. But first Mom makes them ride on Chuckie the Choo-Choo with Bean. Having a younger brother can really mess up the fun. Raymie knows that when you have brothers, things never go exactly how you expect them to, even when you give them noogie after noogie to drive the point home. But in this funny family tale we find out that Ray Romano loves his brothers -- and everybody loves Raymie!
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9780689864513
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LG
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Grouping Title raymie dickie and the bean why i love and hate my brothers
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display_description A young Ray Romano goes to an amusement park with his family and explains all the reasons he loves (and sometimes hates) his brothers. Everybody might love Raymond now, but when Ray Romano was ten years old, he and his brothers didn't always get along. Raymie has two brothers, Dickie and the Bean. Sometimes he loves his brothers. Sometimes he hates them. One day Raymie's family takes a trip to the amusement park. On the car ride Raymie tells a really funny joke that Dickie says isn't funny at all. Raymie really hates that. When they get to the park, Raymie and Dickie can't wait to ride the Vomitizer because it's the scariest ride in the whole park. But first Mom makes them ride on Chuckie the Choo-Choo with Bean. Having a younger brother can really mess up the fun. Raymie knows that when you have brothers, things never go exactly how you expect them to, even when you give them noogie after noogie to drive the point home. But in this funny family tale we find out that Ray Romano loves his brothers -- and everybody loves Raymie! Library of Congress Summary.
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subject_facet Amusement parks -- Juvenile fiction, Brothers -- Juvenile fiction, Families -- Juvenile fiction, Fiction
title_display Raymie, Dickie, and the Bean : why I love and hate my brothers
title_full Raymie, Dickie, and the Bean : why I love and hate my brothers / by Ray Romano, with Richard and Robert Romano ; illustrated by Gary Locke
title_short Raymie, Dickie, and the Bean :
title_sub why I love and hate my brothers
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