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Miss Suzy's Easter Surprise ePub download

by Arnold Lobel,Miriam Young

  • Author: 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
Miss Suzy's Easter Surprise ePub download

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.

Book by Young, Miriam
Sweet book, Mrs Suzy is a favorite!
deadly claw
Poor Miss Suzy always seems to be having an existential crisis, but she is SOOooooo cute and so are the other squirrels. And as always, everyone is warm, safe and happy by the end!
In typical sequel fashion it is not as great as the original. This is still an excellent story of self sacrifice.
I grew up reading Miss Suzy books with my mom. Special memories! I have been looking for others in the series to complete the set.
Review by Donn G. Ziebell, Ph.D., Never kicked by a horse nor a mule, and author of non-fiction Amazon book: "My Letters to a Prisoner - I had not met." Become an insider to the humor and private life of the writer's encounters and adventures home and abroad; a selection from over 100 letters written in six years; each letter is a different story.

My wife remembers this classic story book from ages past. So we hunted for a copy of this book but not expecting we would find one. When behold, Amazon was the answer. And Grandma was happy, and so our grandchildren were happy to snuggle up next to Grandma and listen to her read to them. And guess what? Grandma became even exceedingly happy too!

I expect moms and dads would receive the same satisfaction reading this book to their children. As reading is a staple for learning, and the ability for children to listen is a staple to develop imagination, this book is the ticket. Plus it has excellent illustrations to boot.

Our copy has a 1964 copyright by Parent's Magazine Press. Perhaps it is even an antique investment!
A good family book to be used and also treated with preservation care.
I am 47 years old. I had this book as a child. It is wonderful. I would recommend it to everyone. I bought it for my children.
My 5-year-old wants to check this book out at the library nearly every time we go. She checks out a ton of books at a time, but at bedtime, this is the one she always wants me to read to her. It is a lovely little story about a squirrel who (temporarily) gives up the home that she loves to go care for 4 little squirrels who have no mother. This book teaches children how to be selfless and caring. Each time we finish the book, my daughter says, "That's such a nice book." The illustrations are also wonderful. I can see how any child would love this story.
This story features the same squirrel from Miriam Young's book "Miss Suzy". I loved Miss Suzy as a child and now enjoy reading the stories about her to my daughter. Miss Suzy is a very kind and compassionate squirrel. In this story she rescues a family of orphaned juvenile squirrels. Then she makes them easter baskets out of a easter hat she had been making for herself. The nicest gift she gives the little squirrels I will leave as a suprise. She is a happy, busy squirrel and is always thinking of others. I gave this book only four stars because I just love the original story "Miss Suzy", a bit more.
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