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by Mary Quattlebaum
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Geography & Cultures
  • Author:
    Mary Quattlebaum
  • ISBN:
    0440421381
  • ISBN13:
    978-0440421382
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  • Publisher:
    Yearling; Reprint edition (September 9, 2008)
  • Pages:
    112 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Geography & Cultures
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  • Rating:
    4.8
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Also by Mary Quattlebaum Novels Jackson Jones and the Puddle of Thorns Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop Grover G. .The Magic Squad and the Dog of Great Potential. Jazz, Pizzazz, and the Silver Threads.

Also by Mary Quattlebaum Novels Jackson Jones and the Puddle of Thorns Jackson Jones and Mission Greentop Grover G. Graham and Me The Magic Squad and the Dog of Great Potential.

They belong in dark mansions and crumbly castles. Not in a city garden. Halloween is ghost time. The other 364 days of the year, they should stay put. Reuben and I checked out the Internet. We found lots of stories about ghosts. Mean ghosts and kind ghosts. Foggy ghosts you could see and chill-breeze ghosts that you couldn't. Some broke vases and pushed people. Some drifted up and down stairs. One smelled like lavender, another like paint. There was nothing about haunted plants. Or ghosts that liked to tend roses

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Jackson Джонс и проклятие преступник роза Мэри quattlebaum совершенно новый . Состояние товара: Совершенно новый. Jackson Jones can't get away from roses. First his mother got him a plot at Rooter's, a community garden, where Jackson planted a rosebush of thorns and no blooms. Now Mr. a fellow gardener, enlists Jackson's help to rustle up some hardier, prettier, sweeter-smelling old-time roses. The kind that grow in cemeteries! But no sooner do Jackson and his good friend, Reuben, take the rose cutting home than Reuben's gloom-and-doom talk of curses seems real. A well-written, fast-paced adventure for early chapter book readers.

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Jackson Jones is helping a neighbor when he takes a cutting of a rose from a cemetery. Bad things start happening to everyone around Jackson. A haunted rose or just coincidences? He has to take the cutting back to the grave where it belongs before anything else happens. Altough I haven't read the others in this series, this one stands alone fine, and stands out by being a book about a boy who cares about flowers as well as basketball; a book about an African American kid in which being an African American kid is not a major issue of the story, or even mentioned (just illstrated on the cover. ; and a ghost story that takes place in the middle of a hot summer, and mostly during daylight hours.

When Jackson and Reuben take a rose cutting from a graveyard for Mr. Kerring, events make them believe it is cursed and will continue to threaten anyone in it.Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on February 11, 2014. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

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JACKSON JONES CAN’T get away from roses And no sooner do Jackson and his friend Reuben take the rose cutting home than Reuben’s gloom-and-doom talk of curses seems real. First his mother got him a plot at Rooter’s, a community garden where Jackson planted a rosebush of thorns and no blooms. a fellow gardener, enlists Jackson’s help to rustle up some rare old-time roses. The kind that grow in cemeteries! And no sooner do Jackson and his friend Reuben take the rose cutting home than Reuben’s gloom-and-doom talk of curses seems real.

Jackson Jones and the Curse of the Outlaw Rose. Basketball-loving Jackson Jones never wanted any part of Rooter's, the community garden where his mother got him his very own plot for his 10th birthday

Jackson Jones and the Curse of the Outlaw Rose. Basketball-loving Jackson Jones never wanted any part of Rooter's, the community garden where his mother got him his very own plot for his 10th birthday. But he made the best of it, even planting a thorny rosebush. Now, after months of watering, weeding, and waiting, red roses have finally bloomed. But what can Jackson do?

Mary Quattlebaum’s first book, Jackson Jones and the Puddle of Thorns, was the winner of the first annual Marguerite de Angeli Prize for middle-grade fiction. She has also written Jazz, Pizzazz, and the Silver Threads; its companion, The Magic Squad and the Dog of Great.

Mary Quattlebaum’s first book, Jackson Jones and the Puddle of Thorns, was the winner of the first annual Marguerite de Angeli Prize for middle-grade fiction. She has also written Jazz, Pizzazz, and the Silver Threads; its companion, The Magic Squad and the Dog of Grea. ore about Mary Quattlebaum.

JACKSON JONES CAN’T get away from roses. First his mother got him a plot at Rooter’s, a community garden where Jackson planted a rosebush of thorns and no blooms. Now Mr. K., a fellow gardener, enlists Jackson’s help to rustle up some rare old-time roses. The kind that grow in cemeteries! And no sooner do Jackson and his friend Reuben take the rose cutting home than Reuben’s gloom-and-doom talk of curses seems real.