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Josie Smith at School e-book

Author:

Pirkko Vainio,Magdalen Nabb

Language:

English

Category:

Children

Subcategory:

Growing Up & Facts of Life

ePub size:

1839 kb

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Rating:

4.4

Publisher:

Collins (August 16, 1990)

Pages:

112

ISBN:

0001847341

Josie Smith at School e-book

by Pirkko Vainio,Magdalen Nabb


Fans of Josie (Josie Smith, 1989) will remember that, though she's conscientious and well-intentioned, her imagination and persistence tend to get her into amusing trouble. by Magdalen Nabb & illustrated by Pirkko Vainio.

Fans of Josie (Josie Smith, 1989) will remember that, though she's conscientious and well-intentioned, her imagination and persistence tend to get her into amusing trouble. This time, three long episodes involve Josie's abortive attempt to take her new teacher a bouquet; the difficulty of making friends with an Indian classmate who doesn't know English; and a mix-up concerning a class play, when the new haircut Josie at first admires causes her to be drafted for a male role-which turns out to be just one of several miscastings that precipitate a comical epidemic of tears.

Magdalen Nabb, Pirkko Vainio. Spirited Josie has adventures and misadventures at school, where she befriends a foreign student and takes part in the class play show more. A third book about a likable, strong-minded child who lives in a friendly British village with her "mom. Fans of Josie (Josie Smith, 1989) will remember that, though she's conscientious and well-intentioned, her imagination and persistence tend to get her into amusing trouble

Josie Smith at school. New York : Margaret K. McElderry Books : Maxwell Macmillan International. Spirited Josie has adventures and misadventures at school, where she befriends a foreign student and takes part in the class play.

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Spirited Josie has adventures and misadventures at school, where she befriends a foreign student and takes . All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Josie Smith at school, Magdalen Nabb ; illustrations by Pirkko Vainio.

Spirited Josie has adventures and misadventures at school, where she befriends a foreign student and takes part in the class play. Rubrics: Schools Juvenile fiction.

Josie Smith at School book. Magdalen Nabb, Pirkko Vainio (Illustrator)

Josie Smith at School book. Magdalen Nabb, Pirkko Vainio (Illustrator). Magdalen Nabb also writes the immensely successful Josie Smith books, set in her native Lancashire, which form the basis of the Granada children's TV series, Josie Smith, scripted by the author. Her first book, Josie Smith, was runner-up for the Guardian Children's Fiction Award in 1989, and in l99l, Josie Smith and Eileen was winner of the prestigious Smarties Book Prize for the 6-8 age group.

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Literature & Fiction. Personal Name: Vainio, Pirkko, ill. Rubrics: Schools Fiction.

Author:Nabb, Magdalen. Josie and Eileen are best friends but Josie doesn't always like Eileen, because Eileen has things that Josie longs for - things like being a bridesmaid. In this book Josie Smith has a secret party, goes to sleep at Eileen's house and wants to be a bridesmaid.

Magdalen Nabb (16 January 1947 – 18 August 2007) was a British author, best known for the Marshal Guarnaccia detective novels. Born in Church, a village near Accrington in Lancashire as Magdalen Nuttal, she was educated at the Convent Grammar School, Bury, before going on to art college in Manchester, where she studied arts and pottery, which she taught in an art school. In 1975 she moved to Florence in Italy with her son, Liam, even through she didn't speak Italian


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