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More Stories Julian Tells (A Stepping Stone Book(TM)) Paperback – January 21, 1989
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Gr 2-5 The five years that have passed since the publication of The Stories Julian Tells (Pantheon, 1981) have neither aged Julian nor diminished his charm. The black seven year old, his best friend Gloria, his younger brother and his parents are back in another five short stories that sparkle with all of the innocence and experience of childhood. The events of these storiesmaking a bet with a friend, attempting to be strong and brave, sending a message in a bottleall reflect incidents true to children. Even though the stories are brief, the characters are fully realized and exhibit a complete range of emotions. Told with Cameron's flair for understatement and illustrated with Strugnell's playful charcoal drawings, these stories are the sort that will make children ask for more. David Gale, ``School Library Journal''
Copyright 1986 Cahners Business Information, Inc.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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expressive illustrations. This book and its sequel -
More Stories Julian Tells - describes the trials and
tribulations of our hero, the ever-inventive Julian.
The author, Ann Cameron, lovingly shows how Julian's
curiosity and voracious desire to learn get him in and
out of all kinds of scrapes. For example, the unforgettable
story of how Julian convinces his little brother, Huey, to
taste a pudding made for their mother. Taste they do, that
fabled pudding, which according to both mom and dad, tastes
"like a whole raft of lemons, like a night on the sea." And
they keep on tasting 'til the pudding is gone. The punishment
leveled by their father - a "beating" and a "whipping" of
a new pudding - is both tender and just. Cameron's creative
use of language and the way she repeats key phrases, make
each story memorable and a pleasure to read aloud. You
won't be surprised when you hear your audience chiming in
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This is one of my favorite series. When I heard the first thing the father said I knew I would like itPublished 2 days ago by bloom455
That is a terrible story of what comes across as an abusive father....Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
A good read. My son really enjoyed reading this book and he explained it well when he did his book report for school.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I love this book and now my students do too. Julian is a imaginative little boy and it is a great introduction to narrative writing.Published 7 months ago by Candace Christen