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eBook Anna, the One and Only ePub

by Barbara M. Joosse

  • ISBN: 0064403459
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Barbara M. Joosse
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Trophy Pr (April 1, 1990)
  • ePub book: 1424 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1415 kb
  • Other: lit mobi txt docx
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 429

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Barbara Joosse has written many books for children. Among them are Mama, Do You Love Me?, illustrated by Barbara Lavallee; and I Love You the Purplest, illustrated by Mary Whyte

Barbara Joosse has written many books for children. Among them are Mama, Do You Love Me?, illustrated by Barbara Lavallee; and I Love You the Purplest, illustrated by Mary Whyte. She says, "When I was a little girl, I wished for two things - a best friend, and something so ferocious it would scare away the monsters under my bed. And so I have written Lovabye Dragon. I think maybe it’s for little m. Barbara Josse li Barbara Joosse has written many books for children

by Barbara M. Joosse. Third-grader, Anna Skoggen, struggles to express her true personality, and finally finds a way to be herself and become friends with her older sister, Kimberly.

by Barbara M. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780064403450. Release Date:April 1990.

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com's Barbara M. Joosse Author Page. I want to write books that are super fun to read out loud. That's why I include words many people say are lyrical, but I like to say are musical. Offbeat rhymes and rhythms (like jazz) capture kids' attention and help you abandon the world of Here and Now, and take you to a magical place. Check out my video on this page-the one with the cover of "Sail Away Dragon. I encourage you to read my stories with abandon! Shake off the adult concept of regular rhymes and rhythms or words you can find in a dictionary.

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Find nearly any book by Barbara M Joosse (page 2). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780394951959 (978-0-394-95195-9) Hardcover, Knopf Books for Young Readers, 1985.

Grade 3-5- Following the funny, snappy realism of Presenting Anna (HarperCollins, . and Anna, the One and Only (Lippincott, both 1988), this third entry is less effective. It begins as a mystery, when Anna and her best friend are accidentally trapped in a & house'' while trying to save a cat, and are rescued by a strange elderly lady, Mrs. Serafiny.

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Third-grader, Anna Skoggen, struggles to express her true personality, and finally finds a way to be herself and become friends with her older sister, Kimberly.

Comments

Conjuril Conjuril
Have you ever had a friend who was love starved? The type who would do anything to stick out or get attention? The type who is so in your face that they're practically screaming look at me, look at me? Last year, it was Maryellen Larkin, American girls newest character at the time there were so many kids in her family, she got lost in the shuffle and wanted to stand out to the point where she acted like a bossy brat, practically shouting for attention. This year's character, melody wants to make a difference but at least she's not cramming it down your throat. Anna is Maryellen. She has a perfect sister everyone likes (not hard to see why, compared to Anna) and wants to stand out and be someone to the point if being annoying. She's one of those characters you just shake your head at
Micelhorav Micelhorav
Anna is jealous of her older sister, Kimberly. She realizes that her parents are always mad at her and always proud of Kimberly. She also hates that her sister is always so patient with her and that she rarely gets mad at her. Anna tries to be like her sister, but she just can't do it. Hey - what do you expect from a girl that collects dead flies? When she looks at her sister, all she sees is perfection. When she goes to school, she acts different, but comes to realize that she can only be herself because that's the Anna everyone likes. As her life moves on through the story, she realizes that her sister isn't perfect, and at that moment, it's her time to shine!
Mr.Champions Mr.Champions
I really enjoyed this book as a kid, perhaps because I am an Anna myself. I followed all of Anna's scrapes with sympathy and understanding (what preteen doesn't understand how hard life can be?) and rejoiced in her triumphs. This is a nice, well-written children's book that any preteen girl would enjoy. Especially worth tracking down for any little Anna you know and love.