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Peggy Parish was born and grew up in Manning, South Carolina. Before moving to New York City, she taught school in the Panhandle country and in coal-mining areas. Her first job in New York City was with the Girl Scouts, and she now teaches the third grade at the Dalton School in Manhattan. Miss Parish is the author of several other books for children, including the popular Let's Be Indians.
Wallace Tripp studied at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. He has illustrated more than fifty children's books. Mr. Tripp and his wife run a greeting card company in Peterborough, New Hampshire. They have three children, two dogs, and two cats.
Love these long time stories. Now I am able to share these with my grands and my adopted little ones. I am happy to have found them here on Amazon.Published 1 month ago by M G
I loved this book when I was young and my daughter now loves it too. Was extremely satisfied with the productPublished 8 months ago by Shanais Christina Valdes
My daughter seems to like it and it makes her read so you can't go wrong there, makes them read , thanks againPublished 11 months ago by Al
As a former teacher, these books are great for getting reluctunt and slow readers excited about reading using humor to catch their attention.Published 22 months ago by Barbara Melton
When Amelia Bedelia serves Mrs. Rogers cereal with her coffee (in the same cup, of course), Mrs. Rogers has finally had enough and fires her. Read morePublished on June 27, 2012 by Mark Baker
Although Mrs. Rogers finds her impossible the world loves her. In this story innocent Amelia tries to help people of the town but takes signs too literal and ends up making a mess... Read morePublished on December 31, 2010 by Stephen Pellerine
My daughter and I love Amelia Bedelia. Ive been reading them since I was a kid and they are still great! They constantly have my daughter laughing out loud. Read morePublished on April 24, 2008 by JBake
Poor, poor Amelia Bedelia -- so well-meaning and so very determined to do everything she is asked to do by her usually patient employer. But, this time, she went too far for Mrs. Read morePublished on February 7, 2008 by J. Arena
This book is about the humor of taking things literally. Amelia Bedelia goes from job to job making mistakes because she does things so literally. Read morePublished on August 3, 2006