Miss Brooks" story nook (where tales are told and ogres are welcome) by Barbara Bottner

Cover of: Miss Brooks

Published by Alfred A. Knopf in New York .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Bullying,
  • Storytelling,
  • Librarians,
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Bullies,
  • Fiction

Edition Notes

Book details

StatementBarbara Bottner ; illustrated by Michael Emberley
ContributionsEmberley, Michael, ill
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.B6586
The Physical Object
Pagination34 p.
Number of Pages34
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27162901M
ISBN 100449813282, 0449813290
ISBN 109780449813287, 9780449813294
LC Control Number2013013799
OCLC/WorldCa842316306

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Book Week is here and Missy will find a book to love if they have to empty the entire library. What story will finally win over this beastly, er, discriminating child. William Steig’s Shrek!—the tale of a repulsive green ogre in search of a revolting bride—of course!/5(43).

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Good readers make wonderful storytellers. Everyone has a tale to tell. One way to begin is to think of a problem that needs solving. Now what happens.

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And she loves to go to Miss Brooks’ before-school story time. But to get to Story Nook, she has to pass Billy Toomey’s house— and she does not love Billy Toomey. Billy always tries to steal her hat and jeers, “I’m going to get you!” It’s vexing.

Then one rainy (and hatless) day, Miss Brooks. Barbara Bottner is an American author and artist who has published over forty children’s books in all genres. She is also an award-winning teacher of writing for children. She has written prime time comedy, feature scripts, short stories for national magazines, animated shorts, essays, book reviews and scholarly articles.Series: Miss Brooks.

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She went to college, studied in Paris as a painter and then, got lucky. She was asked to do sets for an Off Broadway Company called Café LA Mama, with the famous Ellen Stewart, who fostered the talents of people such as Tom O'Horgan, (Hair) Stacy Keach, Sam Shepherd, and.

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