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by Marcia T. Jones,Priscilla Burris

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ISBN:
0439838398
ISBN13:
978-0439838399
Author:
Marcia T. Jones,Priscilla Burris
Publisher:
Cartwheel Books (November 1, 2008)
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Pages:
32 pages
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1777 kb
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1882 kb
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Early Learning
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Rating:
4.9

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Marcia Thornton Jones (born July 15, 1958) is an American writer of children's books, the author or co-author of more than 135 elementary chapter . The Tale of Jack Frost, illus. Priscilla Burris (Scholastic, 2008) – picture book. Leprechaun on the Loose, illus.

Marcia Thornton Jones (born July 15, 1958) is an American writer of children's books, the author or co-author of more than 135 elementary chapter books, picture books, and mid-grade novels, including The Adventures of the Bailey School Kids series, among other works co-written with Debbie Dadey. Cyd Moore (Scholastic, 2008) – picture book. C. B. Decker (Dutton Children's Books, 2010) – children's novel.

Marcia Thornton Jones (Goodreads Author), Priscilla Burris (Illustrator). Marcia Thornton Jones has published 131 books for children with sales totaling more than 43 million copies world-wide. Oct 28, 2013 Shelby Moser rated it liked it. Shelves: eng-261. Her works include CHAMP (mid-grade novel), RATFINK (mid-grade novel), GODZILLA ATE MY HOMEWORK (chapter book), THE TALE OF JACK FROST (picture book) and LEPRECHAUN ON THE LOOSE (picture book).

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By Marcia Thornton Jones and Priscilla Burris. In the last little village right before the North Pole, there lived a boy named Jack

By Marcia Thornton Jones and Priscilla Burris. Scholastic Inc ISBN 9780439838399 Paperback 32 Pages . 2" x 8" Ages 3 to 5. In the last little village right before the North Pole, there lived a boy named Jack Jack Frost! A fresh and imaginative retelling of the winter myth of Jack Frost! By this Author.

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Priscilla Burris (Illustrator/-in) Marcia T. Jones. Before Jack Frost was famously nipping at your nose, he was known as little Jack, the youngest, smallest child in a village near the North Pole. Absolutely nobody paid attention to Jack. new books · special offers · used books. Availability as of the date/time indicated. His sister could make snowflakes.

by Marcia Thornton Jones. Other authors: Priscilla Burris (Illustrator). In the last village before the North Pole, nobody notices little Jack, whose sister and brother can create beautiful snowflakes and create wind, until the day Jack learns how to produce beauty in frost

by Marcia Thornton Jones. In the last village before the North Pole, nobody notices little Jack, whose sister and brother can create beautiful snowflakes and create wind, until the day Jack learns how to produce beauty in frost.

Marcia Thornton Jones (Author). Priscilla Burris (Illustrator). These are the most recent 10 blog posts about The Tale Of Jack Frost in JacketFlap's Children's Publishing Blog Reader. His brother could make wind More. A festive winter story about how little Jack, the youngest, smallest boy in his village, grew up to become the legendary Jack Frost.

A festive winter story about how little Jack, the youngest, smallest boy in his village, grew up to become the legendary Jack Frost.Before Jack Frost was famously nipping at your nose, he was known as little Jack, the youngest, smallest child in a village near the North Pole. Absolutely nobody paid attention to Jack. His sister could make snowflakes. His brother could make wind. His cousin could make water freeze. Everyone could DO things. Everyone, that is, except Jack.But when he finally discovers his own exciting winter power, Jack is greeted by cheers and admiration from his entire village. He is even given a perfect nickname, which he goes by to this day: Jack Frost!