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More Tales of Amanda Pig [EPUB] ✰ More Tales of Amanda Pig Author Jean Van Leeuwen – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Amanda Pig may be the youngest in her family, but she s growing up She s big enough to care for her stuffed animal babies, and she s big enough to help Oliver make a bubble bath But is she too big to Amanda Pig may be the youngest in her of Amanda PDF/EPUB ã family, but she s growing up She s big enough to care for her stuffed animal babies, and she s big enough to help Oliver make a bubble bath But is she too big to snuggle with Sallie Rabbit.

  • Paperback
  • 64 pages
  • More Tales of Amanda Pig
  • Jean Van Leeuwen
  • English
  • 20 December 2019
  • 0140376038

About the Author: Jean Van Leeuwen

When I was growing up in the small of Amanda PDF/EPUB ã town of Rutherford, New Jersey, I was always called a tomboy That was because I loved riding bikes, climbing trees, and playing baseball with the boys in the neighborhood When I finally came inside, I had another name bookworm I was seldom seen without More Tales eBook º a book in my hand In the summertime, I would go to the library and come back with as many books as I could carry I read by flashlight under the blankets when I was supposed to be sleeping And I read in the car, even though it made me carsickI was especially Tales of Amanda eBook ´ fond of reading about certain subjects For a long time, I wished very hard for a dog, so I read all the dog stories I could find After I finally got a dog, I moved on to horse stories and mystery stories By the time I was in sixth grade, I felt as if I d read every single book in our small town library That was when I decided to write my own book It seemed like an easy thing to do I got myself a notebook, sharpened some pencils, and went to work At that point I was enthralled with Anna Sewell s Black Beauty So I decided to write a book just like itWell, it turned out that writing a book wasn t quite as easy as I thought By the time I got to the third chapter, I had run out of ideas for my story And it didn t help that I didn t know anything at all about horses I had never taken riding lessons or even been on a horse So I put away my notebook and gave up my writing career at the age of elevenLater on, after studying journalism at Syracuse University, I moved to New York City and got a job in the children s book department of a publisher For my job I read lots of children s books and manuscripts After awhile I decided that maybe I could try again to write a book This time I was a little bit smarter I wrote about things I knew about, and also took a writing class Eventually, my first book, Timothy s Flower, was publishedSince then I have writtenthan fifty books Many of them have been inspired by my own two children, David and Elizabeth When they were very small, I didn t have much time for writing The only free time in my day was when they were taking their naps So I began to write little stories about what they were doing and saying These stories grew into a book, Tales of Oliver Pig Over the years, that first book has grown into a whole series of Easy to Read books about Oliver and Amanda Pig Even though my children are now grown up, I still write from my memories of the fun we had together when they were youngIn recent years I have become very interested in American history, and especially how our country was settled This interest has led me to begin writing historical fiction I like writing different kinds of stories funny ones and serious ones, fantasy and real life, stories about animals and people, children today and children who lived a long time ago I enjoy writing for different age groups, from preschool to middle schoolNow I live in an old house in Chappaqua, New York, not far from New York City When I am not writing, I teach a Writers Workshop for adults and visit schools to talk about books I also volunteer in a first grade classroom, where I help children with their writing I enjoy working in my garden, playing tennis, and listening to music And when I am not doing any of that, I like to readThe truth is, I am still a bookworm.



10 thoughts on “More Tales of Amanda Pig

  1. Lisa Lisa says:

    I really like how these stories convey things children do, think about, worry about, etc They do it very well They are interesting, good illustrations, and meaningful stories Really enjoy this series.

  2. Megan Megan says:

    We foundAmanda Pig at the library A nice book of short stories involving Amanda and her brother.

  3. WSL Library WSL Library says:

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