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by Marissa Moss

  • ISBN: 0688106013
  • Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Marissa Moss
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lothrop Lee & Shepard; 1st edition (March 1, 1992)
  • Pages: 1
  • ePub book: 1587 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1393 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 440

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Marissa Moss (born September 29, 1959, Jeannette, Pennsylvania) is an American children's book author. Moss's work spans the many ages of a child. She started her first career making picture books.

Marissa Moss (born September 29, 1959, Jeannette, Pennsylvania) is an American children's book author. Amelia's Notebook was her first deviation from that format. This book is the format of a journal or diary and is penned in a black and white composition notebook. Moss herself says that she loves this format that she stumbled upon because it allows her to explore the world through a child's eyes.

Kate compares herself to the other kids in school and fears that there is nothing special about her, until she becomes the magician's helper in an assembly.

KATE WARNE: PINKERTON DETECTIVE by Marissa Moss, illustrated by April Chu (Creston Books, 2017) tells . It is well done with giving information but not a dry book but an engaging story

KATE WARNE: PINKERTON DETECTIVE by Marissa Moss, illustrated by April Chu (Creston Books, 2017) tells the fascinating story of the first female detective in the United States. We've all heard of the Pinkerton Detectives, but I'm sure most of us have a visual of men in suits and hats, not a young woman in a corset (Note: this originally read corset and a bustle, but I checked with Marissa Moss and she informed me bustles were not worn at that time. It is well done with giving information but not a dry book but an engaging story. There is a great mystery about this woman and it was handled well with a "what could be" aspect as well as "here is what we know" information.

Kate compares herself to the other kids in school and fears that there is nothing special about her, until she becomes the magician's helper in an assembly. Kate compares herself to the other kids in school and fears that there is nothing special about her, until she becomes the magician's helper in an assembly.

Marissa Moss: Marissa Moss has written more than 50 books for children. When Kate Warne applied for a job with the Pinkerton Agency, Pinkerton assumed she wanted to cook or clean, but he agreed to try her out as an agent. Title Kate Warne, Pinkerton Detective. Assigned to a tough case with high stakes, Warne went undercover and not only found the stolen money, she got almost all of it returned. The Adams Express Case made the reputation of the fledgling Pinkerton Agency, turning it into the biggest, most prestigious detective company in the world.

ISBN 10: 0688106005 ISBN 13: 9780688106003. Publisher: Lothrop Lee & Shepard, 1992. From School Library Journal: PreSchool-Grade 1- Little mouse Kate doesn't feel she's the best at anything or special in any way.

Booklist 88, no. 13 (1 March 1992): 1287

The following entry presents an overview of Moss's career through 2004. Booklist 88, no. 13 (1 March 1992): 1287. veryone has something special, except Kate. Alfred can draw, Sara writes the neatest, and everyone brings interesting lunchtime desserts.

Marissa Moss - the complete book list.

America’s Tea Parties provides background on the English taxation on the colonies, with emphasis on the people who stood up for their rights against the tyranny of the British as ships from the East India Company pulled into their harbors.

Earlier in her career Marissa Moss wrote and illustrated several children's books not in journal format. These include After School Monster, Wanna Play?, But Not Kate, Regina's Big Mistake, Mel's Diner, In America, and The Ugly Menorah, although most of these are now out of print. She has also written several historical journals, also in diary format.

Kate compares herself to the other kids in school and fears that there is nothing special about her, until she becomes the magician's helper in an assembly