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Books with title The Family Under the Bridge

  • The Family Under the Bridge

    Natalie Savage Carlson, Garth Williams

    Paperback (HarperCollins, Nov. 12, 2019)
    The heartwarming and memorable Newbery Honor-winning book about finding family in the unlikeliest places, featuring artwork by beloved illustrator Garth Williams. This middle grade novel is an excellent choice for tween readers in grades 5 to 6, especially during homeschooling. It’s a fun way to keep your child entertained and engaged while not in the classroom.Armand, an old man living on the streets of Paris, relishes his solitary life in the beautiful city. He is happy with his carefree existence, begging and doing odd jobs to keep himself warm and fed. With simple pleasures and no cares, what more could he need? Then one day just before Christmas, Armand returns to his favorite spot beneath the bridge to find three cold and hungry children. Although he has no interest in children, Armand soon finds himself caring for the small family. It does not take Armand very long to realize that he must do whatever it takes to get them a real home. Children will treasure this warm and funny adventure of family, freedom, and Santa Claus. The book includes illustrations by Garth Williams, the acclaimed illustrator of E. B. White's Charlotte's Web and Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House series.
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  • The Family Under the Bridge

    Natalie Savage Carlson, Garth Williams

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  • The Family Under The Bridge

    Natalie Carlson, Garth Williams

    Library Binding (Turtleback, Feb. 15, 1989)
    An old tramp, adopted by three fatherless children when their mother hides them under a bridge on the Seine, finds a home for mother and children and a job for himself. Turtleback binding is a highly durable alternative to a hardcover or paperback book. The comprehensive cover reinforcement process will drastically combat wear and tear, keeping your favorite books in great condition for years to come! Turtleback books are ideal for any reader, or for use in schools or libraries.
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  • Family Under the Bridge

    Novel Units Inc

    Paperback (Novel Units, Inc, )
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  • Under the Bridge

    Michael Harmon

    Paperback (Ember, Nov. 12, 2013)
    Tate's younger brother Indy is probably the best skateboarder in Spokane. He's also really smart though he couldn't care less about school. But when Indy clashes with his father one too many times and drops out of school, it's up to Tate to win his brother back from the seedier elements of Spokane. Can Tate convince Indy to come home, finish his high school degree, and return to skating Under the bridge with their crew?Michael Harmon's fast-paced and highly charged novel captures the enduring bond between brothers and their struggle for survival on the gritty streets of Spokane.
  • Under the Bottle Bridge

    Jessica Lawson, Andrea Emmes, Dreamscape Media, LLC

    Audiobook (Dreamscape Media, LLC, Sept. 5, 2017)
    In the weeks leading up to Gilbreth, New York's annual AutumnFest, 12-year-old woodcraft legacy Minna Treat is struggling with looming deadlines, an uncle trying to hide very bad news, and a secret personal quest. When she discovers mysterious bottle messages under one of the village's 300-year-old bridges, she can't help but wonder who's leaving them, what they mean, and, most importantly...could the messages be for her? Along with her best friend and a mystery-loving newcomer full of suspicious theories, Minna is determined to discover whether the bottles are miraculously leading her toward the long-lost answers she's been looking for, or whether they are drawing her into a disaster of historic proportions....
  • The Family Under the Bridge

    Natalie Savage Carlson, Garth Williams

    Library Binding (Perfection Learning, Feb. 1, 1989)
    This is the delightfully warm and enjoyable story of an old Parisian named Armand, who relished his solitary life. Children, he said, were like starlings, and one was better off without them.But the children who lived under the bridge recognized a true friend when they met one, even if the friend seemed a trifle unwilling at the start. And it did not take Armand very long to realize that he had gotten himself ready-made family; one that he loved with all his heart, and one for whom he would have to find a better home than the bridge. Armand and the children's adventures around Paris -- complete with gypsies and a Santa Claus -- make a story which children will treasure.
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  • The Family Under the Bridge

    Natalie Sav Carlson

    Paperback (Scholastic Inc, Jan. 1, 1900)
    Paperback Publisher: Scholastic Inc (1968) Language: English
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  • The family under the bridge

    Natalie Savage Carlson

    Hardcover (Harper, Jan. 1, 1958)
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  • Family Under the Bridge, The

    Natalie Savage Carlson, Garth Williams

    Library Binding (HarperColl, Jan. 1, 1958)
    This is the delightfully warm and enjoyable story of an old Parisian named Armand, who relished his solitary life. Children, he said, were like starlings, and one was better off without them.But the children who lived under the bridge recognized a true friend when they met one, even if the friend seemed a trifle unwilling at the start. And it did not take Armand very long to realize that he had gotten himself ready-made family; one that he loved with all his heart, and one for whom he would have to find a better home than the bridge.Armand and the children's adventures around Paris -- complete with gypsies and a Santa Claus -- make a story which children will treasure.
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  • The Family Under the Bridge

    Natalie Savage Carlson, Garth Williams

    Paperback (Scholastic Inc., Jan. 1, 1990)
    An old tramp, adopted by three fatherless children when their mother hides them under a bridge on the Seine, finds a home for mother and children and a job for himself.
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  • The Troll Under the Bridge

    Gay Bearden, Rebekah Robeson

    Paperback (Independently published, Aug. 6, 2020)
    Taking the playground game of the Troll under the Bridge, the author spins a lovable tale of Trevor the Troll from Troll Town. Trevor is a beginner guard troll who guards the bridge. His job is to not let anyone pass over the bridge without paying a toll.In the story he gets his new guard boots. Did you know that there is only one Troll in Troll Town who knows how to tie boot laces? Not waiting to check if his boots fit comfortably, Trevor rushes off to his new job. But his haste results in sore feet and a dilemma. He is required to stay on guard duty, which to trolls means being brave. but he also needs to have relief for his aching feet. The story follows Trevor in his thoughts of how to solve his problem and how to be brave in a different way.