Font size:

How to read literature like a professor : for kids /

Selected by a master storyteller and beloved New York Times best-selling author, the 16 stories in this menagerie will introduce teen readers to a host of strange, wondrous beings that have never existed anyplace but in the richness of the imagination. Full description

Main Author: Foster, Thomas C.,
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: New York, NY : Harper, 2013
Edition: First edition.
Subjects:
Contents: How'd he do that? --Every trip is a quest (except when it's not) --Nice to eat with you: acts of communion --Nice to eat with you: acts of vampires --If it's square, it's a sonnet --Now where have I seen him before? --When in doubt, it's from Shakespeare... --...Or the Bible --Hanseldee and Greteldum --It's Greek to me --It's more than just rain or snow or springtime --Is that a symbol? --It's all political --Geography matters --One story --Marked for greatness --He's blind for a reason, you know --It's never just heart disease... and rarely just illness --Don't read with your eyes --Is he serious? And other ironies --A test case.
Cover Image
Saved in:

Place a Hold
Library Location Call Number Status
Oshkosh Children's New Nonfiction 808 F757hk Available