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by Ann Schweninger,Jean Van Leeuwen

eBook More Tales of Amanda Pig (Oliver and Amanda) download ISBN: 0140376038
Author: Ann Schweninger,Jean Van Leeuwen
Publisher: Penguin Young Readers; Reissue edition (August 1, 1995)
Language: English
Pages: 56
ePub: 1558 kb
Fb2: 1639 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

Jean Van Leeuwen is the author of more than fifty children's books, including picture books, Easy-to-Read .

Jean Van Leeuwen is the author of more than fifty children's books, including picture books, Easy-to-Read books, and middle-grade fiction. Ms. Van Leeuwen now lives in another small town north of New York City with her husband, Bruce Gavril. She has two grown children, David and Elizabeth, and a young grandchild, who will surely inspire more stories. There are 5 stories some ranging from a humorous attempt of Amanda and Oliver to give their stuffed toys a bubble bath to a discussion between Amanda and Mother Pig about what will happen when Amanda grows up. The book will apeal to Pre- and Elementary school children and both Non- and begining readers.

We found more Amanda Pig at the library! A nice book of short stories involving Amanda and her brother. Over the years, that first book has grown into a whole series of Easy-to-Read books about Oliver and Amanda Pig. Even though my children are now grown-up, I still write from my memories of the fun we had together when they were young. In recent years I have become very interested in American history, and especially how our country was settled.

Jean Van Leeuwen was born in 1937 and grew up in the town of Rutherford, New Jersey. Since then, Van Leeuwen has written more than forty books. After high school she attended Syracuse University, where she majored in journalism, thinking she would like to work on a magazine. She decided to try her hand at writing children's books and so took a writing class. Eventually, her first book, Timothy's Flower, was published. In her spare time she teaches a Writers' Workshop for adults and visit schools to talk about books.

Five more adventures of Amanda Pig and her family, in which noisy cousins come to visit and Father gets a stuffed toy for his .

Five more adventures of Amanda Pig and her family, in which noisy cousins come to visit and Father gets a stuffed toy for his birthday. by. Van Leeuwen, Jean; Schweninger, Ann, ill. Publication date. Pigs, Family life, Swine, Family life. New York : Dial Books for Young Readers. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

Jean Van Leeuwen is the author of more than fifty children's books . Ann Schweninger (illustrator). Five more adventures of Amanda Pig and her family, in which noisy cousins come to visit and Father gets a stuffed toy for his birthday. Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. Seller Inventory 9780140376036.

By (author) Jean Van Leeuwen, Illustrated by Ann Schweninger. Oliver, Amanda, and Grandmother Pig. Jean Van Leeuwen. Jean Van Leeuwen is the author of more than fifty children's books, including picture books, Easy-to-Read books, and middle-grade fiction

By (author) Jean Van Leeuwen, Illustrated by Ann Schweninger. Jean Van Leeuwen is the author of more than fifty children's books, including picture books, Easy-to-Read books, and middle-grade fiction.

Jean Van Leeuwen (born December 26, 1937) is the author of over forty children's books, including the Oliver Pig series, and Bound for Oregon. She studied journalism at Syracuse University and currently lives in Chappaqua, New York

Jean Van Leeuwen (born December 26, 1937) is the author of over forty children's books, including the Oliver Pig series, and Bound for Oregon. She studied journalism at Syracuse University and currently lives in Chappaqua, New York. From 1969 to the present, Jean has written five children's novels about a gang of three mice in New York City, led by the daredevil Marvin, who prefers to be called "Merciless Marvin the Magnificent"

Join Amanda Pig on another series of adventures in this Level 3 beginning reader. Jean Van Leeuwen is the author of more than fifty children's books, including picture books, Easy-to-Read books, and middle-grade fiction

Join Amanda Pig on another series of adventures in this Level 3 beginning reader. This book is perfect for transitional readers with a more complex storyline, more dialogue, and multisyllable and compound words. More Tales of Amanda Pig (9780140376036) by Jean Van Leeuwen, Ann Schweninger.

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Caldecott-Medalist Lobel also illustrated More Tales of Oliver Pig. Later books about this family, all by Van Leeuwen, were illustrated by Ann Schweninger, and the winsomeness is contagious. Simple, winning stories in an easy-to-read mode tell about the childhood of a cheerful pig and the homey, Lobel-created surroundings of his family life. Ebullient, yes, but quietly so; the humor comes from the recognition that these are real folk, living lives remarkably like our own. Children will find their own foibles in these pages, and be comforted in the discovery that they are not alone. Caldecott-Medalist Lobel also illustrated More Tales of Oliver Pig.

Amanda Pig may be the youngest in her family, but she's growing up. She's big enough to care for her stuffed-animal babies, and she's big enough to help Oliver make a bubble bath. But is she too big to snuggle with Sallie Rabbit?
Comments: (7)
Kabei
I loved reading Amanda Pig books when I was a kid, and I have enjoyed introducing them to my 6-year-old reader. She loves them! The stories are quirky, silly, and hilarious.
romrom
Amanda pig stories have just enough sass to make it interesting for slightly older kids (and parents). Very cute beginning reading level books.
Arthunter
I bought this as a Christmas gift/ donation for my daughter's class along with other Amanda books. The kids and my daughter loved them so much that I started buying the Amanda books for us at home. The school uses them in their reading counts program and the stories are really cute.
Bumand
Gentle, funny, accurate portrait of sibling relationships and early childhood. Another classic by Jean Van Leeuwen. Our daughter, who enjoyed these books in the 80s, is collecting them now for her children.
Unh
love it
Lightbinder
I bought my first Oliver and Amanda book eight years ago for my then toddlers. I bought the entire series and each new release and would have purchased more if more were available. They LOVED these books and wanted to read them over and over again. I have had two more children since who love these books as much as their older siblings did. These books make your child want to sit and listen to the stories. The stories are ones that children can really relate to. I cannot recommend these books highly enough for toddler to early elementary age children.
Kabandis
This book is characterized as a Level Two reader, which is described as "reading together, short sentences, simple dialogue".
The stories are interesting and will engage the attention of young readers who love illustrated books, as the book contains colorful and cute illustrations by Ann Schweninger. I'd recommend this series to children who are beginning to develop some measure of independence in their reading and have completed the level one readers. It also makes an excellent read aloud for younger children.
This is another endearing Amanda Pig book. There are 5 stories some ranging from a humorous attempt of Amanda and Oliver to give their stuffed toys a bubble bath to a discussion between Amanda and Mother Pig about what will happen when Amanda grows up. The book will apeal to Pre- and Elementary school children and both Non- and begining readers.