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by Barbara Park

Free eBook Beanpole download ISBN: 039495811X
Author: Barbara Park
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers; 1st Edition edition (September 12, 1983)
Language: English
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Lillian Pinkerton is tired of being teased about her height by her classmates and tries to make the Pom Squad to improve her self-esteem.

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BEANPOLE By Barbara Park - Hardcover Excellent Condition. Thirteen-year-old Lillian, miserable about being a beanpole and a loser, stops feeling sorry for herself when she learns the difference between a loser and a winner. Random House Children's Books.

Thirteen-year-old Lillian, miserable about being a "beanpole" and a loser, stops feeling sorry for herself when she learns the difference between a loser and a winner.

Barbara Park was born in Mount Holly, New Jersey on April 21, 1947. She spent her first two years of college at Rider University in New Jersey before receiving a .

On her 13th birthday, Lillian, the tallest girl in her class, makes three wishes: to wear a bra, dance with a boy, and make the Pom Squad. Funny and poignant" (Chicago Sun-Times). An IRA/CBC Children's Choice. Результаты поиска по книге. Barbara Park was born in Mount Holly, New Jersey on April 21, 1947. degree from the University of Alabama. She began writing children's books after she had children of her own.

Barbara Park is beloved by millions as the author of the wildly popular Junie B. Jones series. Her Junie B. Jones books are consistently on the New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists. Her middle-grade novels, which include Skinnybones, The Kid in the Red Jacket, and Mick Harte Was Here, have won over 40 children's book awards. Over 60 million copies in print and now with a bright new look for a new generation! Meet the World’s Funniest Kindergartner-Junie B. Jones!

Barbara Park, an American author, wrote and published dozens of books for children.

Barbara Park, an American author, wrote and published dozens of books for children. Jones series encompasses 30 books and had collectively sold 55 million copies worldwide as of 2013, according to Park's publisher, Random House.

ISBN 10: 0394847466 ISBN 13: 9780394847467. Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers, 1990.

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Barbara Park was one of the noteworthy authors from America who has a number of highly successful books based on the children’s book genre.

Hardcover Paperback Kindle. Barbara Park was one of the noteworthy authors from America who has a number of highly successful books based on the children’s book genre. She is particularly well known for writing down the Junie B. Jones series, which consists of more than 25 books in total. Author Barbara was born on April 21, 1947, in Mount Holly, New Jersey, United States.

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An older book, dated, and intended for a middle school audience. But I was drawn to it as a tall girl, who, like Lillian, grew tall in middle school, to the point I felt I towered above all my friends, and defiantly over the boys! I connected strongly with all the feelings of self-consciousness that Lillian did.
The story is simple enough. Lillian decided that on she wants three wishes – and she works (a good lesson) towards those wishes. But they don’t come true – at least, not how she intended.
But the real magic of the story was her growth. In the beginning, she hides herself, embarrassed of her height, and that causes her to shy-away from being a leader. But as she works towards her wishes, she grows: in courage, in confidence, in understanding about herself. It is good to see. By the end of the book, she has learned, at least a little, to accept her height and that other people don’t see it as big of a deal as she does. She also sees that she has more to offer to the world then her looks and finds confidence from her work ethic and successes.
Even if it is a dated (being written in 1983, naturally) it is worth reading for young girls, particularly those struggling with being quite tall at an early age.