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Books with title Anastasia Krupnik Stories

  • Anastasia Krupnik Stories

    Lois Lowry

    Paperback (HMH Books for Young Readers, Oct. 10, 2017)
    “One of the most intriguing female protagonists to appear in children’s books since the advent of Harriet the Spy. . . . Genuinely funny . . . a marvelously human portrait of an articulate adolescent.” —Horn Book The first four books of Lois Lowry’s beloved series about precocious tween Anastasia Krupnik are collected in this attractive boxed set. Over the course of these stories, Anastasia deals with a new baby in the family, a move to the suburbs, a summer job, a difficult science project, and all the growing pains of adolescence. This set includes: Anastasia Krupnik Anastasia Again! Anastasia at Your Service Anastasia Off Her Rocker
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  • Anastasia Krupnik

    Lois Lowry, C. J. Critt, Recorded Books

    Audiobook (Recorded Books, Oct. 23, 2008)
    Children and adults alike will delight in this heart-warming tale of a precocious girl who discovers, to her dismay, that her parents are about to have a baby. Anastasia's hilarious lists of her likes and dislikes - sprinkled throughout the story - offer a lighthearted counterpoint to poignant moments that reveal the worries and fears of a fourth grader.
  • Anastasia Krupnik

    Lois Lowry, Diane DeGroat

    eBook (HMH Books for Young Readers, Oct. 24, 1979)
    Anastasia's tenth year has some good things, like falling in love and really getting to know her grandmother, and some bad things, like finding out about an impending baby brother.
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  • Anastasia Krupnik Stories

    Lois Lowry

    eBook (HMH Books for Young Readers, Oct. 10, 2017)
    The first four books of Lois Lowry’s beloved series about precocious tween Anastasia Krupnik are collected in this ebook edition. Over the course of these stories, Anastasia deals with a new baby in the family, a move to the suburbs, a summer job, a difficult science project, and all the growing pains of adolescence. This set includes:Anastasia KrupnikAnastasia Again!Anastasia at Your ServiceAnastasia Off Her Rocker
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  • Anastasia Krupnik

    Lois Lowry, Diane de Groat

    Paperback (HMH Books for Young Readers, Jan. 6, 2015)
    Anastasia's tenth year has some good things, like falling in love and really getting to know her grandmother, and some bad things, like finding out about an impending baby brother.
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  • Anastasia Krupnik

    Lois Lowry

    Mass Market Paperback (Yearling, June 8, 1998)
    Frustrated by her teacher and her parents, ten-year-old Anastasia treasures the secret green notebook in which she writes her thoughts
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  • Anastasia Krupnik

    Lois Lowry

    Paperback (Yearling, Nov. 1, 1984)
    To Anastasia Krupnik, being ten is very confusing. For one thing, she has this awful teacher who can't understand why Anastasia doesn't capitalize or punctuate her poems. Then, there's Washburn Cummings, a very interesting sixth-grade boy who doesn't even know she is alive. Even her parents have become difficult. They insist she visit her 92-year-old grandmother who can never remember Anastasia's name. On top of that, they're going to have a baby -- at their age! It's enough to make a kid want to do something terrible. Anastasia knows that if she didn't have her secret green notebook to write in, she would never make it to her eleventh birthday.
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  • Anastasia Krupnik

    Lois Lowry, Diane DeGroat

    Hardcover (HMH Books for Young Readers, Jan. 1, 1979)
    Anastasia's tenth year has some good things, like falling in love and really getting to know her grandmother, and some bad things, like finding out about an impending baby brother.
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  • Anastasia Krupnik

    Lois Lowry

    Paperback (Skylark, Nov. 1, 1984)
    A story
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  • Anastasia Krupnik

    Lois Lowry

    Paperback (Yearling, Nov. 1, 1984)
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  • Anastasia Krupnik

    Lois Lowry

    Paperback (HMH Books for Young Readers, March 15, 1638)
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  • Anastasia Krupnik

    Lois Lowry

    Paperback (Bantam Books, Sept. 1, 1981)
    To Anastasia Krupnik, being 10 is very confusing. For one thing, she has this awful teacher who can't understand why Anastasia doesn't capitalize or punctuate her poems. Then there's Washburn Cummings, a VERY interesting sixth-grade boy who doesn't even know she's alive. Even her parents have become difficult. Anastasia knows that if she didn't have her secret green notebook to write in, she would never make it to her 11th birthday.
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