©1976 Irene Hunt; (P)1996 Recorded Books, LLC
It is so much easier to teach readers!
Yes, I would consider the audio version to be better. The inflection of the dramatic reader gives the story depth.
Georgie, he never gav up.
This story is well-loved by my students. They identify with Georgie, and understand the emotions he experiences.
There was dead silence in the room when Georgie was beaten by Steve.
I really liked his interpretation of the grandfather, Mr. Collier.
I've read this book several times. My students got a little teary when Georgie got hurt, and at the end.
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