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eBook Ben and the Sudden Too-Big Family ePub

by Colby Rodowsky,Michael Wertz

  • ISBN: 0374306583
  • Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Colby Rodowsky,Michael Wertz
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR); First Edition edition (March 20, 2007)
  • Pages: 128
  • ePub book: 1905 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1595 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 686

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Ben and the Sudden Too-Big Family - Colby Rodowsky. And in the family department we have Aunt Jo and Uncle Charlie and their two sons.

Ben and the Sudden Too-Big Family - Colby Rodowsky. It was in the ay-break part of fourth grade when Mr. Kelly, our English teacher, told us to write our philosophy of life in fifteen words or less. I thought for a minute and then wrote, Some things in life are all right and some things are not all right. Scott and Stan are eighteen and nineteen, so not exactly the kind of cousins I can hang out with, but through the years they’ve been really okay, plus they’ve given me a bunch of outgrown stuff-like bikes and sleds and skateboards.

Ben and the Sudden Too-Big Family. This is a great book about a 10 year old boy coming to grips with his father's remarriage (his mother had died when he was an infant) and their subsequent adoption of a chinese baby. The nice thing about this book was the attitude of the boy. 0374306583 (ISBN13: 9780374306588). He is a kind kid, who is really open to change.

Praise for Ben and the Sudden Too-Big Family. Rodowsky is in good form, crafting another book with a likable narrator

Praise for Ben and the Sudden Too-Big Family. Rodowsky is in good form, crafting another book with a likable narrator. School Library Journal. Veteran author Rodowsky again demonstrates her skill at bringing a low-key approach to possibly melodramatic events. The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books. COLBY RODOWSKY is the author of many distinguished books for children and young adults, such as That Fernhill Summer, which The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books praised as a "character-driven novel about the complicated connections of family. She lives in Baltimore, Maryland.

Ben's philosophy of life is that there are two categories of things that happen, the all-right stuff and the not-all-right stuff. Ben has always lived with just his dad, Mitch, which definitely falls into the all-right category.

COLBY RODOWSKY is the author of many distinguished books for children and young adults, such as That Fernhill Summer, which The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books praised as a "character-driven novel about the complicated connections of family. Библиографические данные. Ben and the Sudden Too-Big Family.

Books related to Ben and the Sudden Too-Big Family. More by Colby Rodowsky. That Fernhill Summer. Not Quite a Stranger.

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How eleven-year-old Ben finds his place in a crazy-big family makes this a funny novel about family and what it means to be a part of one. Ben and the Sudden Too-Big Family - eBook.

Ben's philosophy of life is that there are two categories of things that happen, the all-right stuff and the not-all-right stuff. Ben has always lived with just his dad, Mitch, which definitely falls into the all-right category. When Mitch meets Casey and they decide to get married, that turns out to be all right, too. Then Mitch and Casey decide to adopt a baby from China, and Ben isn't sure which category the whole baby thing is going to fit into. After the baby comes home (it's all right), Casey and Mitch announce that the four of them - as a family - are going on vacation with Casey's family. All twenty-three of them! Ben is sure this will not be all right!How eleven-year-old Ben finds his place in a crazy-big family makes this a funny novel about family and what it means to be a part of one.