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by Beth Peck,Bonnie Pryor

ePub The House on Maple Street download
Author:
Beth Peck,Bonnie Pryor
ISBN13:
978-0688063818
ISBN:
0688063810
Language:
Publisher:
William Morrow & Co; First Printing/Some Pgs have small Rips edition (March 1, 1987)
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Subcategory:
Literature & Fiction
ePub file:
1940 kb
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1747 kb
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Rating:
4.8
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682

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THE HOUSE ON MAPLE STREET By Bonnie Pryor. Illustrated by Beth Peck.

THE HOUSE ON MAPLE STREET By Bonnie Pryor. New York: William Morrow & Company.

When the two girls who live at 107 Maple Street discover an ancient arrowhead and a broken china cup, they begin . Additional Product Features. Colour Illustrations, Frontispiece.

When the two girls who live at 107 Maple Street discover an ancient arrowhead and a broken china cup, they begin to wonder.

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They go between the plaster and the outside wall of the house. Trent reached into the crack in the wall and once again touched the metal which showed dull white in there.

Stephen King The House on Maple Street (Дом на кленовой улице) Although she was only five, and the youngest of the Bradbury children, Melissa had very sharp eyes and it wasn’t really surprising that she was the first to discover something strange had happened to the house on Maple Street while the Bradbury family was summering in England. They go between the plaster and the outside wall of the house.

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written by Bonnie Pryor Morrow, 1987 ages 6 to 9 ISBN 978-0688120313. When the two girls who live at 107 Maple Street discover an ancient arrowhead and a broken china cup, they begin to wonder. View Images From the Book. What would you see from your front porch if your neighborhood suddenly looked as it did three hundred years ago? When the two girls who live at 107 Maple Street discover an ancient arrowhead and a broken china cup, they begin to wonder. Awards and Recognition Notable Children's Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies.

During the course of three hundred years, many people have passed by or lived on the spot now occupied by a house numbered 107 Maple Street
  • This is an excellent book that tells the story of how our communities emerged from native lands to farms to towns. With a nice story, that is respectful to all, it illustrates the change so that children can easily understand our American history. It leaves plenty open to discuss and does not impart any particular ideology to the reader.

  • Great

  • Interesting that the two editorial reviews on the Amazon page are condescending. This was a favorite children's book in our house when our three kids were young, and we still talk about it. It's haunting in the best sense, makes you realize the world you live is a context of human dramas not just in our own time, but through the generations and very close to home. And it therefore gives us a sense of how poor life is without an imaginative and sympathetic sense of the human past, and by extension the present as future past: we feel our own immersion in the labyrinth of history. And hope that children (and childlike minds of all ages) finding our remains centuries hence will want to imagine our lives too. It conveys this sense to kids without preaching, very honestly, in simple language, and with a true poetic feel. It's a formative book. And the illustrations are perfect. The editorial reviewer who complained about their so-called murkiness and wooden figures must have gotten up on the wrong side of bed that day. I notice he was an English professor, which I find depressing: sharpened critical sense without much sensibility. I hope he has woken up since...

  • The story starts about a little girl that finds an arrowhead from a indian boy and a china cup that belonged to 2 kids 300 years ago. It takes place 300 years ago with an indian boy that lost his arrow and girl that looses her china cup and then times passes by to the times of the buffalos, indians, farmers,wagons,and settlers until today. Now in the present a little girl that lives in maple street finds the arrowhead and the china cup that were lost 300 years ago in her backyard. Now the maple street family will never know who were the owners of the lost items. Is an instersting story of how history passes in one place.

  • The book started was about different people in diffrent time periods kept finding an arrow head in different time periods and the setting of the story always kept changing.

    This book was my favorite because of all the descriptions the author wrote about the books setting. Second,I liked how the author used different time periods and history through the story,it made me wonder what other history time he was going to use next.

  • This book is recommended in the Common Core Guidelines for Third Grade. I am going to use it as a supplement activity for social studies in support of our Communities Unit.

  • I purchased this for our Preservation Society. It is an excellent introduction to the history of a place for young children.

  • This is a great book.I don't realy don't read books ,but when i read this book i have to read it again.Trust me and buy this book.