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by Marguerite De Angeli

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Author:
Marguerite De Angeli
ISBN13:
978-0836190830
ISBN:
0836190831
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Publisher:
Herald Pr (May 1, 1997)
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Geography & Cultures
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Rating:
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Yonie Wondernose is a charming book that, along with Marguerite De Angeli's other classics, deserves to be in every elementary school and public library.

Yonie Wondernose is a charming book that, along with Marguerite De Angeli's other classics, deserves to be in every elementary school and public library. Award-winning De Angeli is both illustrator and author and her artwork introduced me to the world of the Amish, Mennonites and Quakers. Yonie" lets us peek into the world of a working farm where every family member, even seven year old Yonie, has responsibilities.

Seven-year-old Yonie is a wondernose because he can't keep his nose out of anything and is always getting into trouble

Seven-year-old Yonie is a wondernose because he can't keep his nose out of anything and is always getting into trouble. When his parents go away overnight, he's left as the man of the house and promised a special reward if he can keep himself and the farm out of trouble. But that night a bad storm brings trouble-the kind that not even a full-grown man could handle easily. A Caldecott Honor Book. Illustrations Ages 7-11. Genre: Children's Fiction.

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Author: Marguerite De Angeli Series: Episodes, Episode 22 Genre: Children's Literature Tag: Episode 51 Publisher: Herald Pr Publication Year: 1997 ISBN: 0836190831. Seven-year-old Yonie is a wondernose because he can’t keep his nose out of anything and is always getting into trouble. When his parents go away overnight, he’s left as the man of the house and promised a special reward if he can keep himself and the farm out of trouble.

Ach " Yonie scolded himself, "here I am, being a Wondernose, just like always. Seven-year-old Yonie is a wondernose because he can't keep his nose out of anything. It seems that his nose is always getting him into trouble. When Yonie's parents go away overnight, he's left as the man of the house and promised a special reward if he can keep himself and the farm out of trouble.

With humor and affection, Marguerite de Angeli depicts in her story and her illustrations, a family and a bright . Yonie Wondernose is a charming book that, along with Marguerite De Angeli's other classics, deserves to be in every elementary school and public library

With humor and affection, Marguerite de Angeli depicts in her story and her illustrations, a family and a bright little boy, while describing at the same time, all that is best in an Amish community in Pennsylvania. 7 people found this helpful. Yonie Wondernose is a charming book that, along with Marguerite De Angeli's other classics, deserves to be in every elementary school and public library.

Yonie Wondernose is a charming book that, along with Marguerite De Angeli's other classics, deserves to be in every elementary school and public library

Her characters are appealing, the family is warmly loving, and the story itself is full of excitement and danger. It will appeal to both boys and girls, but especially boys.

Marguerite de Angeli was an American writer and illustrator of children's books including the 1950 Newbery Award winning book The Door in the Wall. She wrote and illustrated twenty-eight of her own books, and illustrated more than three dozen books and numerous magazine stories and articles for other authors. Books by Marguerite de Angeli. Mor. rivia About Yonie Wondernose.

Yonie Wondernose (9780836190830) by Marguerite De Angeli. It seems that his nose is always getting him into trouble

Yonie Wondernose (9780836190830) by Marguerite De Angeli. Recommended for ages 7 to 11.

by. Marguerite De Angeli. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio). Farm life - Pennsylvania - Fiction, Amish - Fiction, Pennsylvania Dutch - Fiction, Pennsylvania - Fiction. Uploaded by Alethea Bowser on February 14, 2012. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

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Seven-year-old Yonie is a wondernose because he can't keep his nose out of anything.

This paperback edition is now out of print. However, we do have a hardcover edition available at the same price.Seven-year-old Yonie is a wondernose because he can't keep his nose out of anything and is always getting into trouble. When his parents go away overnight, he's left as the man of the house and promised a special reward if he can keep himself and the farm out of trouble. But that night a bad storm brings trouble--the kind that not even a full-grown man could handle easily. A Caldecott Honor Book. Illustrations Ages 7-11. Pub: 7/97. .
  • A charming and insightful little story about a very curious young boy growing up Amish. I enjoyed this, and its companion book (Henner's Lydia) about Yonie's sister. Both are delightlful reads about a simpler, peaceful way of life.

  • Here's a beautiful story about an Amish boy that doesn't center on family secrets, romances or leaving the Amish. The young reader gets a close-up view of Amish life through the illustrations and adventures of the young protagonist.

  • 'Needed some favorite books from my childhood for a baby shower. I found this wonderful book from the 40's-50's on Amazon! It's a prize-winning book with a memorable story about a little Amish boy, that any young child would still enjoy today! Highly recommend!!Yonie Wondernose

  • Published in 1944, Yonie Wondernose remains today a wonderful story about a young Amish boy living with his family on their farm, who acquires his name because of his never ending curiosity. Whatever task he pursues he's endlessly drawn to explore diversions and loses track of what he set out to do, until one fateful night when he saves the farm from fire. With humor and affection, Marguerite de Angeli depicts in her story and her illustrations, a family and a bright little boy, while describing at the same time, all that is best in an Amish community in Pennsylvania.

  • Can't wait to give this to my boys.

  • Yonie (short for Jonathan) is a seven-year-old Pennsylvania Dutch boy whose curiousity and distractability earns him the name "Yonie Wondernose." One day his parents leave him with his sister and grandmother to care for the farm overnight, and Yonie strives to prove that he is worthy of the responsibility entrusted to him. That night a fire breaks out in the barn, and he and his grandmother must rescue the animals (the family's livelihood) from the flames. Throughout the adventure, Yonie strives to earn the reward his father has promised him"when he is old enough to be trusted like a man."

    This story deservedly won a Caldecott Honor in 1945 for its excellent writing and fine storyline. de Angeli does a fine job capturing the exuberant immaturity of this likable child, drawing an appealing picture of a young person striving to overcome childish impulses and earn respect. It is especially wonderful that the prized reward has to do with his desire to attain to manhood: rather than seeking to gratify his immature desires, Yonie aspires to the respect and honor that is only given to the mature. His father's quiet pride and understated affirmation, following his near-heroic efforts to rescue the animals, are a prize worth gaining.

    De Angeli captures a little of the flavor of Pennsylvania Dutch language along with many details of everyday life. Her characters are appealing, the family is warmly loving, and the story itself is full of excitement and danger. It will appeal to both boys and girls, but especially boys. It contains more prose than most picture books and is a perfect fit for children who are just transitioning into chapter books.

  • What a beautiful story. My boys - 4 and 7, just adored this story. The sweetness and innocence of Yonie truly captures the life a typical little boy: good intentions, but so easily distracted by nature and God's world. The father in the story is very kind. Just a treasure of a book!

  • Winner of the Caldecott Award for children's book illustrations.

    Yonie Wondernose is a charming book that, along with Marguerite De Angeli's other classics, deserves to be in every elementary school and public library. Award-winning De Angeli is both illustrator and author and her artwork introduced me to the world of the Amish, Mennonites and Quakers.

    "Yonie" lets us peek into the world of a working farm where every family member, even seven year old Yonie, has responsibilities. But his "wondernose" often leads him to satisfy his curiosity before chores. One special night Yonnie faces new duties. Will his wondernose get the better of him, or will he earn new respect from Papa?