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by Mavis Jukes

Lights Around the Palm download ebook
ISBN:
0394983998
ISBN13:
978-0394983998
Author:
Mavis Jukes
Publisher:
Knopf Books for Young Readers (October 12, 1987)
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Pages:
32 pages
ePUB:
1118 kb
Fb2:
1877 kb
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Rating:
4.7

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Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780394883991. Release Date:October 1987. Publisher:Random House Children's Books.

Mavis Jukes (born May 3, 1947) is an American author of novels for children. She has also published nonfiction books for children and pre-teens about puberty. Her books are usually health-based. She has also written the text for picture books under the name Iris Hudson. Jukes was born in Nyack, New York. She did her undergraduate studies at the University of California, Berkeley. Before becoming an author, Jukes was a licensed California attorney and a teacher

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Her books are usually health based. Lights Around the Palm (1987). Wild Iris Bloom (1993). Mavis Jukes (born May 3, 1947 in Nyack, New York), is an American author of novels for children. Before becoming an author, Jukes was a lawyer and a teacher. Her first book, No One is Going to Nashville, was published in 1983. She lives with her husband, the sculptor and painter Robert H. Hudson, and their daughters in Sonoma County, California.

Mavis Jukes is an American author of novels for children. Before becoming an author, Jukes was a licensed California attorney and a teacher. Jukes became inactive as an attorney in 1984. Her first book,

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Jukes brings her practiced ear for humorous dialogue and her keen eye for the right detail to this story about the .

Jukes brings her practiced ear for humorous dialogue and her keen eye for the right detail to this story about the power of childlike faith and determination. Emma, seven, runs a school for her family's animals in which, to her older brother Bob's disgust, she is teaching them to read. At ten, Bob considers himself beyond such childishness, as he vociferously states to his parents, who regard both children with slightly frayed amusement.

Austin's visit to his grandmother's is the first since Grandpa died. Austin notices Grandpa's things but feels the emptiness of his absence.

Timid Alex strives to be like his rugged cowboy stepfather, and the two find a common bond when Alex 'rescues' Jake from a wolf spider. Jukes' quiet observations are unfaltering in their perceptiveness. Radiant full-page pastel illustrations serve as a striking counterpoint. This is an uplifting celebration of a new family's understanding, acceptance and love that resonates with truth and humor. -(starred) School Library Journal. Austin's visit to his grandmother's is the first since Grandpa died.

Despite her family's skepticism, seven-year-old Emma Zabrisky persists in teaching the farm animals how to read, and, in return, the animals ask for lights around the palm tree for Christmas

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