Miss Suzy's Easter Surprise ePub download
by Arnold Lobel,Miriam Young
- ISBN: 0819305561
- ISBN13: 978-0819305565
- ePub: 1345 kb | FB2: 1605 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Parents' Magazine Press; First Printing Thus edition (1972)
- Pages: 34
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 902
- Format: azw lit rtf mobi
by Arnold Lobel, celebrates this tale's reissue.
by Arnold Lobel, celebrates this tale's reissue. Miss Suzy, a gray squirrel, lives "in the tip, tip, top of a tall oak tree"-until a throng of mean red squirrels displaces her. She retreats to a dollhouse and meets some toy soldiers who help her reclaim her house. Lobel's pen-and-ink drawings with a burgundy wash alternate with full-color pictures in hues bold and rich or delicate and ethereal. Sometimes nostalgia betrays you: when you revisit it, it falls short.
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Miss Suzy's Easter surprise. by. Young, Miriam, 1913-; Lobel, Arnold, illus. Miss Suzy loves her home dearly but then four orphan squirrels turn up that need love too. New York, Parents' Magazine Press.
Miss Suzy's Easter Surprise book. In this adventure she rescues some baby squirrels and learns a lesson about Easter. Arnold Lobel’s water color illustrations are lovely.
Miss Suzy by Miriam Young and Arnold Lobel Parents Magazine Press 1964. ISBN 10: 0819305561 ISBN 13: 9780819305565. Publisher: Parents' Magazine Press, 1972.
By (author) Miriam Young, Illustrated by Arnold Lobel. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).
MISS SUZY ~ Miriam Young, Arnold Lobel ~ Vintage Parents Magazine Press Book. Miss Suzy by Miriam Young & Arnold Lobel vintage 1964 childrens book Ex-Library. Vintage children's book miss suzy 1964 miriam young.
Arnold Lobel's softly colored pictures make it palatable, but the story is the equivalent of a candy eg. Snugly contented with her tidy house in an oak tree and her new homemade bonnet, Miss Suzy finds her routine interrupted when she stumbles upon four orphans (squirrels like herself) who are caught in a storm on Easter Saturday. She beds them down in a hole in a willow (as she hasn't room for them in her own one-room home), returns next day with four Easter baskets made from her prized new hat, then decides to stay on with the children until they are grown and she can go home again.