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Doctor Moledinky's Castle : A Hometown Tale.
Doctor Moledinky's Castle : A Hometown Tale. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780689800191. Release Date:October 1995. Publisher:Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing.
Doctor Moledinky's Castle. has been added to your Cart. Grade 4-8?Hausman's "Hometown Tale" is a storytelling delight. Andy, 12, is setting down the events of the strange summer of 1957 while it is still fresh in his mind. That particular summer is memorable for several reasons. A girl holds his hand at a chicken beheading, and then runs away with the head; and he and his best friend, Pauly, get a job feeding the animals in Doctor Moledinky's Animal Museum, a daily show that could be as entertaining for the bloodthirsty crowd as it is sporting for the hungry, cage-crazed gators and groundhogs.
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Gerald Andrews Hausman (born October 13, 1945) is a storyteller and award-winning author of books about Native America, animals, mythology, and West Indian culture. Hausman comes from a long line of storytellers and educators, and has published over seventy books for both children and adults. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, to engineer father Sidney Hausman and mother Dorothy "Little" Hausman, Gerald grew up in New Jersey and Massachusetts before moving to New Mexico for college
Items related to Doctor Moledinky's Castle : A Hometown Tale. His adult books are highly acclaimed. Mr. Hausman has also written several picture books, as well as a collection of West Indian ghost stories for young readers titled Duppy Talk
Items related to Doctor Moledinky's Castle : A Hometown Tale. Home Gerald Hausman Doctor Moledinky's Castle : A Hometown Tale. Doctor Moledinky's Castle : A Hometown Tale. Hausman has also written several picture books, as well as a collection of West Indian ghost stories for young readers titled Duppy Talk. He lives in Florida with his wife, Lorry, two great danes, two cats,a miniature dachshund and his parrot, George. Published 1995 by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers in New York. City and town life, Fiction.
The magic of a summer in a small town, circa 1957.
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