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6 edition of Ellen Tebbits (rpkg) (Avon Camelot Books) found in the catalog.

Ellen Tebbits (rpkg) (Avon Camelot Books)

by Beverly Cleary

  • 207 Want to read
  • 8 Currently reading

Published by HarperTrophy .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsTracy Dockray (Illustrator)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages176
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7432632M
ISBN 100380709139
ISBN 109780380709137

Ellen Tebbits has an embarrassing secret that she'll never share with anyone. That is, until she meets Austine—and discovers that Austine has the exact same secret! Soon the girls are best friends who do everything to­gether—attending dance class, riding horses, and dodging pesky Otis Spofford, the neighborhood then Ellen does something terrible and now Austine isn. Vintage "Ellen Tebbits" Book by Beverly Cleary 3rd Printing Paperback. Condition is Very Good. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail. Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. Shipping and handling. This item will ship to United States, but the seller has not specified shipping Rating: % positive.

Ellen Tebbits by Cleary, Beverly and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Ellen Tebbits by Cleary, Beverly - AbeBooks Passion for books. Ellen Tebbits - Book #1. Written by Beverly Cleary & illustrated by Tracy Dockray. chapter book. Recommend Ages: Ellen Tebbits has an embarrassing secret that she’ll never share with anyone. That is, until she meets Austine—and discovers that Austine has the exact same secret! Soon the girls are best friends who do everything to.

Ellen Tebbits by Beverly Cleary is an amusing contemporary realistic fiction book about Ellen Tebbits and her classmates. Otis Spotford, who is Ellen's dance teacher's son and in Ellen's class at school, can usually be counted on cause some kind of disturbance. In his mother's dance class, he comically imitates Ellen's dance steps/5(26). The best friend was Austine, and the secret was that Ellen was wearing woolen underwear. So was Austine! This whole book is a cause for rejoicing, for Mrs. Cleary has done it again. Ellen Tebbits is as funny as Henry Huggins. Perhaps it is even funnier. The children who read it will decide for themselves.


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Ellen Tebbits (rpkg) (Avon Camelot Books) by Beverly Cleary Download PDF EPUB FB2

I always enjoy Beverly Cleary's books because she seems to remember so clearly what it feels like to be a kid. "Ellen Tebbits" is no exception.

Ellen deals with not dressing like the other girls, wondering if her teacher likes her, getting caught exaggerating her /5(52). In the book Ellen Tebbits, Ellen is the main character. Her best friend had moved away to another country. But Ellen wasn't alone for long, she had met a NEW best friend, who she hanged out with all the time.

After these girls were too bored of being together, they started quarreling with each other.4/5. Overview Ellen Tebbits has a secret that she'll never share with anyone. That is, until she meets Austine—and discovers that Austine has the same secret.

Soon the girls are best friends who do everything together—attending dance class, horseback riding, and dodging pesky Otis Spofford/5(39). Ellen Tebbits was eight years old and wore bands on her teeth. Her best friend had just moved away and she missed her.

Still, as she walked to the Spofford School of the Dance one Ellen Tebbits book, she was almost glad she had no best friend. Best friends do not have secrets from each other, and Ellen had a secret she did not want to share with anyone.

“Ellen is a real girl and her adventures are full of zest and interest!” - The Horn Book “Through all Ellen’s joys and sorrows runs a thread of humor that makes the reader chuckle even when he is sympathizing with her.”.

This whole book is a cause for rejoicing, for Mrs. Cleary has done it again. Ellen Tebbits is as funny as Henry Huggins. Perhaps it is even funnier. The. Ellen Tebbits book.

Ellen Tebbits has an embarrassing secret that she'll never share with anyone. That is, until she meets Austine—and discovers that Austine has the exact same secret.

Soon the girls are best friends who do everything to­gether—attending dance class, riding horses, and dodging pesky Otis Spofford, the neighborhood :   Back forty-something years ago Ellen Tebbits was the second book Beverly Cleary wrote.

It told the story of an 8-year-old girl who basically has no best friends, wants a best friend, and gets one out of the "Californian" Austine Allen.5/5(5). Ellen Tebbits by Beverly Cleary is an amusing contemporary realistic fiction book about Ellen Tebbits and her classmates.

Otis Spotford, who is Ellen's dance teacher's son and in Ellen's class at 4/5(15). Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. The best friend was Austine, and the secret was that Ellen was wearing woolen underwear. So was Austine!This whole book is a cause for rejoicing, for Mrs.

Cleary has done it again. Ellen Tebbits is as funny as Henry Huggins. Perhaps it is even funnier. The children who read it will decide for themselves. About the Book Ellen Tebbits was eight years old and wore bands on her teeth.

Her best friend had just moved away and she missed her. Still, as she walked to the Spofford School of the Dance one Saturday, she was almost glad she had no best friend. Ellen Tebbits has an embarrassing secret that she'll never share with anyone. That is, until she meets Austine—and discovers that Austine has the exact same secret.

Soon the girls are best friends who do everything to­gether—attending dance class, riding horses, and dodging pesky Otis Spofford, the neighborhood troublemaker. But then Ellen does something terrible and now Austine isn 4/5(12).

This book was written about 20 years earlier than most of the Ramona books, and it shows. Ellen's mother makes all her clothes for her and worries about her clean floor.

(I'm not even sure I *have* a clean floor - or, some days, a floor at all!) The girls wear only dresses to school (and most everyplace else)/5(14). characters Ramona Quimby, Henry Huggins, Ellen Tebbits. Her first book, Henry Huggins, was published in The book Beezus and Ramona was written five years later, inand introduced the Quimby sisters to the world.

Beverly Cleary has won many awards for her writing including the AmericanFile Size: KB. It seems obvious from this entrancing successor to Henry Huggins that the author is as well acquainted with the whisperings, weeps and whoops of third grade distaff side as she is with the ways of young men like Henry.

Third grader, Ellen Tebbits, has her happiest dreams realized when she acquires a Best Friend, in the person of Austine Allen, who not only lives near enough to share after. The spine may show signs of wear.

Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers.

At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Ellen Tebbits by Beverly Cleary A copy that has been read, but remains in clean. “Ellen Tebbits” by Beverly Cleary Ma Septem Elizabeth Thomsen 0 Comments I was a good reader in first grade, and read lots of picture books, fairy tales and the whole Thornton W.

Burgess series about Old Mother West. Free Ellen Tebbits study unit worksheets for teachers to print. Comprehension by chapter, vocabulary challenges, creative reading response activities and projects, tests, and much more. Ellen Tebbits is convinced she'll die of embarrassment if any of the girls at school discover her secret.

But then she meets Austine Allen, a new girl in class who's hiding the very same secret. Instantly, the two become best friends. They do everything together, from clapping erasers to riding horses.

I read the book and give a summary with my recommendations. I recommend this book to 2nd-4th grade reading levels. I also give my strategy or activity suggestions.Of most importance to Beverly Cleary, her books have won more than thirty-five statewide awards based on the votes of her young readers.

Her characters, including Henry Huggins, Beezus and Ramona Quimby, Ellen Tebbits, and Otis Spofford, as well as Ribsy, Socks, and Ralph S. Mouse, have delighted children for generations.The best friend was Austine, and the secret was that Ellen was wearing woolen underwear. So was Austine!

This whole book is a cause for rejoicing, for Mrs. Cleary has done it again. Ellen Tebbits is as funny as Henry Huggins. Perhaps it is even funnier. The children who read it will decide for themselves/5(28).