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Books with author Elizabeth Spurr

  • Pumpkin Hill

    Elizabeth Spurr

    Paperback (Scholastic Inc., Jan. 1, 2007)
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  • The Long, Long Letter

    Elizabeth Spurr

    Paperback (Hyperion, Oct. 1, 1997)
    Mother's long, long letter brings Aunt Hetta surprise and adventure, as the loose pages bury her house and keep her warm during the winter
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  • Disney's Christmas Storybook Collection

    Elizabeth Spurr

    Hardcover (Disney Press, Aug. 21, 2000)
    A gift book includes twenty all-new holiday stories which star many of the popular Disney characters, including Woody, Buzz, Ariel, Cinderella, Pooh, Bambi, and others.
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  • Surfer Dog

    Elizabeth Spurr

    Hardcover (Dutton Juvenile, May 13, 2002)
    When Pete, an avid surfer, encounters a stray black Lab named Blackie whose passion for surfing rivals his own, he finds a companion and friend, but when Blackie's owner shows up to reclaim his dog, Pete is devastated and learns a valuable lesson in life.
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  • The Little Black Sheep of Connemara

    Elizabeth Shaw

    Paperback (The O'Brien Press, July 25, 2020)
    This charming book tells the adventures of an outcast little black sheep: how he saved the whole flock in a snowstorm, put Polo the bossy sheepdog in his place - and gave the shepherd a great idea!A story about being different, and being a hero.
  • The Long, Long Letter

    Elizabeth Spurr

    Hardcover (Hyperion, April 8, 1996)
    When lonely, peanut-butter-eating Aunt Hetta expresses a desire for a letter from her sister, the loyal sibling compiles a letter that is so long that it requires one thousand stamps in postage and follows an unusual delivery route.
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  • Mrs. Minetta's car pool

    Elizabeth Spurr

    Hardcover (Atheneum, March 15, 1985)
    Every Friday, when Mrs. Minetta, who is no one's mother, drives the carpool, the car, instead of going to school as usual, heads for the beach or some other equally wonderful place.
  • Book 1 1066-1750

    Elizabeth Sparey

    Paperback (Collins Educational, April 20, 2010)
    Collins Key Stage 3 History is an exciting and accessible new series focused on ensuring that all pupils make clear, measurable progression at Key Stage 3 - whether it is a 2 or a 3 year course. Collins Key Stage 3 History is a brand new series, ideal for building key historical and functional skills. Featuring differentiated pupil books with ready-made APP opportunities this flexible package will get your students excited about history. * Grab pupils' attention with engaging content that builds key historical skills and helps students to understand the links between events, time periods and locations * Save time with resources to support your teaching of a 2 or 3 year course, fully matched to the 2008 Key Stage 3 Programme of Study * Cover each assessment Focus in a meaningful and accessible way - using this flexible package as a series of one off lessons ot as a longer programme * Ready made APP opportunities are included to help you gather and review evidence of pupils' progress in each Assessment Focus * Track progress and improve performance with 'check your progress' summaries and end of chapter 'level boosters' to help pupils see the level they are working at and visualise what they need to do to progress
  • In the Woods by Elizabeth Spurr

    Elizabeth Spurr

    Hardcover (Peachtree Publishers, Jan. 1, 1884)
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  • Surfer dog

    Elizabeth Spurr

    Paperback (Scholastic, Aug. 16, 2003)
    Pete loves surfing above all else-until he meets a stray black Lab whose obsession matches Pete's own. Blackie is a champion bodysurfer with a knack for catching the best waves at just the right moment. With Blackie at his side, Pete's surfing really improves. He even has a chance at winning the upcoming surfing contest. But Pete experiences the biggest wipeout of his life when Blackie's long-lost owner shows up to reclaim his dog. Readers will enjoy riding the peaks and valleys of this novel with an appealing main character, a great dog, and authentic surfing action.
  • In the Wind by Elizabeth Spurr

    Elizabeth Spurr

    Board book (Peachtree Publishers, Ltd., March 15, 1854)
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  • The Mouse of Amherst

    ELIZABETH SPIRES

    Paperback (FSG BFYR, April 9, 2001)
    A mouse's-eye-view of Emily DickinsonWhen a mouse named Emmaline takes up residence behind the wainscoting of Emily Dickinson's bedroom, she wonders what it is that keeps Emily scribbling at her writing table throughout the day and into the night. Emmaline sneaks a look, and finds that it's poetry! Inspired, Emmaline writes her own first poem and secretly deposits it on Emily's desk. Emily answers with another poem, and a lively exchange begins. In this charming and fanciful introduction to Emily Dickinson, Elizabeth Spires demonstrates the power of poetry to express our deepest feelings, while Claire A. Nivola's delicate pencil drawings capture the intricacies of life in Emily's world. Included are eight of Dickinson's most loved poems, with seven corresponding poems by Emmaline that are sure to bring out the poet in any child.
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