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Agapanthus Hum and the eyeglasses

by Joy Cowley

  • 374 Want to read
  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Philomel Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Eyeglasses -- Fiction,
  • Acrobats -- Fiction

  • About the Edition

    Agapanthus struggles to do handstands and other acrobatic tricks while wearing her eyeglasses, which have a tendency to fall off as she cavorts about.

    Edition Notes

    StatementJoy Cowley ; illustrated by Jennifer Plecas.
    ContributionsPlecas, Jennifer, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.C8375 Ag 1999
    The Physical Object
    Pagination44 p. :
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL691277M
    ISBN 100399232117
    LC Control Number97038404

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    Agapanthus Hum and the Eyeglasses, by Joy Cowley, pictures by Jennifer Plecas. Agapanthus likes to dance and run and do handstands. But whenever she does, her glasses fall off or get bent. Find out how Agapanthus solves her problem in an unusual way. For children ages 10– The Sign of the Beaver*, by Elizabeth George Speare. When Matt’s. Agapanthus are perfect for a Mediterranean climate. Happy in the ground or in containers, with blooms forming whimsical globes in the garden. Butterflies .

    The illustrator "plays up the text's sweet-natured humor with her springy-limbed heroine, who indeed looks as if she can barely contain her energy," a Publishers Weekly contributor commented in a review of Agapanthus Hum and the Eyeglasses. Reviewing Agapanthus Hum and Major Bark in School Library Journal, Laura Scott wrote that "Plecas's. All Children’s,Level,3,Readers 86 Results. Sign me up for news about Children’s Books. Please make a selection. Sign up. Please enter a valid email address Agapanthus Hum and the Eyeglasses. Joy Cowley. Go, Fractions! Judith Stamper. Watch Out! Ginjer L. Clarke. Benny the Big Shot Goes to Camp. Bonnie Bader. Pouch Babies.


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Agapanthus Hum and the eyeglasses by Joy Cowley Download PDF EPUB FB2

: Agapanthus Agapanthus Hum and the eyeglasses book and the Eyeglasses (Penguin Young Readers, Level 3) (): Cowley, Joy, Plecas, Jennifer: Books/5(3). AGAPANTHUS HUM AND THE EYEGLASSES is the kind of first chapter book that will make early readers want to read more. It's got it all -- a fun-loving kid as the main character, a gentle story line, interesting and musical phrasing, and irresistibly cute illustrations.

From an adult's point of view, the story line is benign -- maybe too much so.3/5. Agapanthus Hum is an adventurous little girl, but her eyeglasses keep getting in the way. Good little Mommy and Daddy have just the solution.

Recommended for all readers just barely graduating to chapter books.4/5. About Agapanthus Hum and the Eyeglasses. Agapanthus Hum is a whirlwind.

She hums, she cartwheels, and she is always running around. Now that Agapanthus has eyeglasses, her parents want her to be careful. Agapanthus tries to slow down; she even wears a bag on her head so her glasses won’t get lost, but more often then not, her glasses go flying.

Agapanthus Hum is a whirlwind. She hums, she cartwheels, and she is always running around. Now that Agapanthus has eyeglasses, her parents want her to be careful. Agapanthus tries to slow down; she even wears a bag on her head so her glasses won't get lost, but more often then not, her glasses go flying/5(3).

Agapanthus Hum is a whirlwind. She hums, she cartwheels, and she is always running around. Now that Agapanthus has eyeglasses, her parents want her to be careful. Agapanthus tries to slow down; she even wears a bag on her head so her glasses won't get lost, but more often then not, her glasses go : Get this from a library.

Agapanthus Hum and the eyeglasses. [Joy Cowley; Jennifer Plecas] -- Agapanthus struggles to do handstands and other acrobatic tricks while wearing her eyeglasses, which have a tendency to fall off as she cavorts about.

Suggested level: junior, primary. Agapanthus Hum and the Eyeglasses. Summary Children from around the world whose first book was the story about the animal-scrubbing Mrs. Wishy-Washy have taken both to their hearts. Over 40 million copies of the first reader are now in print.

In Mrs. Wishy-Washy's Farm, the spicy and much loved characters take on their first full adventure. Agapanthus Hum and the Eyeglasses Joy Cowley, Author, Jennifer Plecas, Author, Jennifer Plecas, Illustrator Philomel Books $ (48p) ISBN.

Agapanthus Hum and the Eyeglasses. by Joy Cowley. Penguin Young Readers (Book 3) Thanks for Sharing. You submitted the following rating and review.

We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed : Penguin Young Readers Group. Agapanthus Hum is always in motion, a packet of energy who also happens to wear glasses, which cause her no end of trouble.

When she smothers her parents—called good little Daddy and good little Mommy—with kisses, her glasses come off and swing from one ear. When doing a handstand, the glasses drop off entirely and get crushed when Agapanthus crashes down.

Meet Agapanthus Hum. That running, cartwheeling, humming whirlwind. But when she goes flying, so do her eyeglasses. Not even wearing a bag on her head when she flips over helps. Leave it to good little Mommy and Daddy to come up with an idea. Read Agapanthus Hum and the Eyeglasses reviews from parents on Common Sense Media.

Become a member to write your own review. Agapanthus Hum is a whirlwind. She hums, she cartwheels, and she is always running around. Now that Agapanthus has eyeglasses, her parents want her to be careful. Agapanthus tries to slow down; she even wears a bag on her head so her glasses won't.

Agapanthus Hum and the Eyeglasses. por Joy Cowley. Penguin Young Readers (Book 3) Comparte tus pensamientos Completa tu reseña. Cuéntales a los lectores qué opinas al calificar y reseñar este libro. Califícalo * Lo calificaste *Brand: Penguin Young Readers Group.

TM ® & © Scholastic Inc. All Rights Reserved. Create a List. List Name Save. Cassia Joy Cowley, a fiction writer for children and adults, was born in Levin and educated at Palmerston North GHS and Pharmacy College.

She has been published so widely and to such acclaim that she received a Commemoration Medal inthe OBE in for her services to childrens literature, the Margaret Mahy Award Lecture in and an honorary doctorate from 4/5. Cowley’s (Agapanthus Hum and the Eyeglasses, ) spunky, bespectacled heroine acquires a pet as unabashedly unique as she is when a trip to the local shelter results not in the intended cat, but a dog.

The energetic pup soon earns the name Major Bark—and a permanent place in the hearts of Agapanthus and her family. In fact, Agapanthus feels Major is. Good little Mommy and good little Daddy are back with their irrepressible, growing daughter, Agapanthus Hum (Agapanthus Hum and the Eyeglasses, ; Agapanthus Hum and Major Bark, ).

She has finally lost her first tooth and that wonderful gap between her remaining teeth allows her to make a wild, whistling noise.

AGAPANTHUS HUM AND THE EYEGLASSESAgapanthus Hum is a whirlwind. She hums, she cartwheels, and she is always running around. Now that Agapanthus has eyeglasses, her parents want her to be careful. Agapanthus tries to slow down; she even wears a bag on her head so her glasses won't get lost, but more often then not, her glasses go s:.

Joy Cowley's high-voltage heroine gets a dog in Agapanthus Hum and Major Bark, illus. by Jennifer Plecas. As much fun as its predecessors, this chipper chapter book does an .Agapanthus and her family are headed to the animal shelter to pick out a kitten when a little dog insists on being noticed.

Setting down the ginger kitten, Agapanthus goes near the dog's cage and gets a eyeglasses wash free of charge. Yes, he's the one. In the car on the way home she asks her father what kind of dog they have adopted. "His body is like a legs are .Agapanthus Hum and the Eyeglasses (ages 4 - 7) Illustrated by Jennifer Plecas Meet Agapanthus Hum!

That running, cartwheeling, humming whirlwind. But when she goes flying, so do her eyeglasses. Not even wearing a bag over her head when she flips over, helps. Leave it to good little Mommy and good little Daddy to come up with an idea!