Pax and Peter have been inseparable ever since Peter rescued him as a kit. But one day the unimaginable happens: Peter's dad enlists in the military and makes him return the fox to the wild. At his grandfather's house 300 miles away from home, Peter knows he isn't where he should be - with Pax. He strikes out on his own despite the encroaching war, spurred by love, loyalty, and grief, to be reunited with his fox. Meanwhile Pax, steadfastly waiting for his boy, embarks on adventures and discoveries of his own....
"Great story,excellent performance"
When her best friend and neighbor Margaret comes to her with a problem, Clementine goes to many lengths to help her friend. This sets off a rollicking adventure-filled week that finds Clementine getting into and out of further trouble, while learning valuable life lessons.
Third-grader Clementine constantly has brilliant ideas popping into her brain, but sometimes they get her into trouble. Only a few people really understand her - her parents, of course, and her favorite teacher, Mr. D'Matz. When he receives an opportunity to do research in Egypt, Clementine hatches a plan to keep him at her school - but as usual, it doesn't quite work out the way she wants.
"Good stories, too expensive though"
In this final book, Clementine is having a feud with her father - she's so mad she can't even speak to him. Besides that, she has to deal with the end of the school year and all the good-byes she must say - Clementine does N-O-T, not like saying good-bye. (Neither do I! I had a lump in my throat all the time I was writing the book - I am going to miss this girl and her family so much!)
Critics and fans alike delight in the antics of rambunctious third grader Clementine. In Clementine and the Family Meeting, this fiery youngster takes on the age-old problem of sibling rivalry. A family meeting has been called, and Clementine figures she must be in trouble for something, but she’s not sure what. Her fears of punishment are replaced by new ones, however, when her parents reveal they are trying to have another baby. Clementine’s sure that four is the perfect family size—can she be convinced to make room for number five?
In this sequel to Sara Pennypacker's acclaimed Clementine, the precocious third grader's class teams with the fourth graders to put on a talent show. The only problem: Clementine doesn't have any talents. Meanwhile, her best friend Margaret has so many she has to keep track of them alphabetically. Soon the big night arrives and Clementine has nothing to perform. But she has a hidden skill that will save the show from certain disaster.
Eleven-year-old Stella misses her (unreliable) mom, but she loves it at great-aunt Louise’s house. Louise lives on Cape Cod, where Stella hopes her mom will someday come and settle down. The only problem? Angel, the foster kid Louise has taken in. The two girls live together but there’s no way they’ll ever be friends. Then Louise suddenly passes away one morning - and Stella and Angel decide not to tell anyone. Now they have to depend on each other for survival. Now they are forced to trust each other with the biggest secret ever.
"A Quirky book about two girls about 12 years old"
In her fourth adventure, Clementine is excited—she’s been picked to be Friend of the Week, a title that brings many new responsibilities. On the advice of her best friend Margaret, Clementine sets out to make sure her classmates know exactly why she’s such a great friend. But this strategy could prove disastrous.
For Clementine, spring is a really big deal. It’s the time for seeing her apple tree start to grow, for watching her friend Margaret go crazy with spring cleaning, and for going on the school trip to Plimoth Plantation. Clementine is ready for Ye Olden Times, but she isn’t so sure about surviving lunch there - the fourth graders have strict rules about no eating sounds. (What is snicking, anyway? ) If that wasn’t enough, Clementine also faces the challenges of learning Olive-language and surviving The Cloud on Bus 7.
Waylon has lots of ideas for making life more awesome through science, like teleportation, human gills, and attracting cupcakes by controlling gravity. But it's impossible for him to concentrate on his inventions when he's experiencing his own personal big bang.
The author and illustrator team behind the popular Clementine - a funny, independent third-grader who has taken her place alongside such beloved book characters as Ramona Quimby, Super Fudge, and Judy Moody - discuss their latest collaboration, Clementine, Friend of the Week.
Clementine ist allergisch gegen Stillsitzen. Leider! Ihr kleiner Bruder Sellerie ist auch allergisch, und zwar gegen Erdnüsse. Eigentlich heißt er gar nicht Sellerie, aber Clementine findet, wenn sie schon einen Obstnamen hat, dann sollte er nicht das Nachsehen haben. Also denkt sie sich jeden Tag einen neuen für ihn aus. Mit Clementine erlebt man immer etwas, ob man will oder nicht.
Stuart's got problems...It's raining. He's bored.
And worst of all, he's new in town, so he's got a lot to worry about. But what does a kid like Stuart need in order to have an adventure? A cape, of course.
A moving story of the extraordinary friendship between a boy and his fox and their epic journey to be reunited. Pax was only a kit when his family was killed, and he was rescued by 'his boy', Peter. Now the country is at war, and when Peter's father enlists, Peter has no choice but to move in with his grandfather.
Clementine ist Schülerin der Woche! Jetzt darf sie der ganzen Klasse Geschichten aus ihrem Leben erzählen, mittags das Milchgeld einsammeln und lauter andere tolle Sachen. Als sie sich dann aber mit ihrer Freundin Margret streitet und ihr kleiner Kater Kamillosan verschwindet, ist Clementine sicher: So eine verrückte Woche hat sie noch nie erlebt!
Clementines Eltern haben eine Überraschung: Es wird endlich ein Gorilla angeschafft! Nein, Moment, da hat sie wohl etwas missverstanden: Es wird kein Gorilla, sondern ein neues Baby angeschafft! Aber niemand hat Clementine gefragt, ob sie damit einverstanden ist. Als wären vier Leute pro Familie nicht schon genug!