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eBook Harriet and William and the Terrible Creature ePub

by Valerie Scho Carey Valerie Scho,Lynne Cherry

  • ISBN: 0525441549
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Valerie Scho Carey Valerie Scho,Lynne Cherry
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dutton Books for Young Readers; 1st edition (April 1, 1985)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1100 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1667 kb
  • Other: lrf rtf lit mobi
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 264

Description

Valerie Scho Carey was born in Pittsburgh, P. Her first book, HARRIET & WILLIAM & THE TERRIBLE CREATURE was named a "children's book of the year" by a joint committee of the Children's Book Council and International Reading Association.

Valerie Scho Carey was born in Pittsburgh, PA. Her family moved to Flint, MI when she was in elementary school. She has published five books for children, among them: TSUGELE'S BROOM, named an American Library Association Notable Book, and THE DEVIL & MOTHER CRUMP, a Parents Choice Gold Award winner and winner of the 1987 Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators Golden Kite Award for Arnold Lobel's illustrations.

Lynne Cherry (Illustrator). A very cute book about twins, Harriet and William, who were complete opposites of each other. Harriet goes back to get William and they both return to the creature and replant the land with flowers and trees. Adventuresome Harriet builds a spaceship and begs her brother, William, to accompany her on her adventures. One day Harriet wanted to go to space but her brother did not want to go with. When she got to space, she found a dragon who was crying because he had to eat rocks. The creature is happy and sad, as it realizes that the pair will leave. The duo promise to return again.

ISBN13:9780099436904. Release Date:January 1987.

Valerie Scho Carey was born in Pittsburgh, P.

Personal Name: Carey, Valerie Scho. Personal Name: Cherry, Lynne. Rubrics: Space flight Fiction Dragons Brothers and sisters Twins.

Harriet goes back and gets William and together they help the terrible creature and they become friends.

Harriet takes a trip through space where she meets a terrible creature with a problem. Harriet goes back and gets William and together they help the terrible creature and they become friends. I recommend this book top people who like space travel, gardening, terrible creatures and helping others.

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Valerie Scho Carey was born in Pennsylvania. Her first children's book, Harriet and William and the Terrible Creature, was published in 1986. in East European and Russian history with a minor in cultural anthropology and museum practice from the University of Michigan. Her other books include The Devil and Mother Crump, Quail Song: A Pueblo Indian Folktale, Maggie Mab and the Bogey Beast, and Tsugele's Broom.

Classroom teachers use real books to connect the world of children to the world of learning

Classroom teachers use real books to connect the world of children to the world of learning. Discipline-Based Approaches. In the area of art education, discipline-based approaches are rising to the forefront. We focused on three books, specifically: Caldecott Award-winner, Saint George and the Dragon, retold by Margaret Hodges and illustrated by Trina Schart Hyman, Little Brown, 1984; The Knight and the Dragon, written and illustrated by Tomie dePaola, Putnam, 1980; Harriet and William and the Terrible Creature, written by Valerie Scho Carey and illustrated by Lynne Cherry, Dutton, 1985.

Adventurous Harriet and her twin brother William, who likes to stay at home, fly in a spaceship to a distant planet to help an unhappy dragon.

Comments

saafari saafari
This was a favorite for my son and so I bought a copy for his daughter. I love the strong adventurous female role model of Harriet- but it doesn't hit you over the head with feminism as so many "modern" children's books do.
Wanenai Wanenai
My boys and I love the pictures in this book. My boys love when the dragon is crying.