- Author:Joy Cowley,Jennifer Plecas
- Publisher:Philomel; First Impression edition (January 29, 2001)
- Pages:48 pages
- Subcategory:Growing Up & Facts of Life
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by Joy Cowley (Author), Jennifer Piecas (Illustrator), Christina Moore (Narrator) & 0 more. Book 2 of 3 in the Agapanthus Hum Series.
by Joy Cowley (Author), Jennifer Piecas (Illustrator), Christina Moore (Narrator) & 0 more.
Agapanthus Hum is very much her own person, comfortable in her own skin. I love that Joy Cowley writes to children's emotional states and also shows what it's really like to have a puppy in the house
Agapanthus Hum is very much her own person, comfortable in her own skin. I love that Joy Cowley writes to children's emotional states and also shows what it's really like to have a puppy in the house. Kuddos to Joy for adopting the puppy at a shelter. As a parent, I didn't really like the use of "good little mommy," and "good little daddy," every time the mother and father make an appearance in the story.
Cowley's (Agapanthus Hum and the Eyeglasses, 1999) spunky, bespectacled heroine acquires a pet .
Cowley's (Agapanthus Hum and the Eyeglasses, 1999) spunky, bespectacled heroine acquires a pet as unabashedly unique as she is when a trip to the local shelter results not in the intended cat, but a dog. The energetic pup soon earns the name Major Bark-and a permanent place in the hearts of Agapanthus and her family. In fact, Agapanthus feels Major is so splendid that he should compete in the local dog show. Even in the world of purebreds, Major's individuality shines like a beacon, earning him a snazzy blue ribbon-for the pooch with the smallest eyes
Agapanthus Hum and the Eyeglasses Agapanthus Hum and Major Bark Agapanthus Hum and the Angel Hoot
Agapanthus Hum and the Eyeglasses Agapanthus Hum and Major Bark Agapanthus Hum and the Angel Hoot. Wishy-Washy World Mrs Wishy-Washy's Farm Mrs Wishy-Washy's Xmas. Greedy Cat and the School Pet Show Greedy Cat and the Sneeze Greedy Cat and the Goldfish. One and a Half Million Buttons Complied by Joy Cowley With one and a half million buttons, the lost children of the Holocaust send a message of love and tolerance to children, who are the world's future Published by Copy Press, Nelson, NZ. Freddy Bear and the Green Peas (board book) Illustrated by Philip Webb Freddy Bear wants peas for lunch, but there are none.
By Joy Cowley Illustrated by Jennifer Plecas Read by Leslie Bellair
By Joy Cowley Illustrated by Jennifer Plecas Read by Leslie Bellair. Part of Penguin Young Readers, Level 3. Category: Children’s Picture Books Children’s Level 3 Readers. May 16, 2013 32 Pages 6-8 years. Agapanthus Hum, the altogether winning heroine of Cowley’s (Mrs. Wishy Washy) spunky chapter book, has an exuberance befitting her name: "she was called Hum because she was such a whizzer, humming and whizzing like a button on a string. Her rushing, twirling and cartwheeling, however, sometimes results in minor accidents and often spells trouble for her eyeglasses, which fall off and get bent and twisted.
Cowley, Joy; Plecas, Jennifer, il. When she loses a tooth, Agapanthus discovers that she can make an angel hoot by blowing through the hole in her smile. Books for People with Print Disabilities.
Cowley, Joy; Plecas, Jennifer, ill. Publication date. New York : Philomel Books. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio). Gutierres on November 1, 2011.
Agapanthus Hum and her dog Major Bark take their hoot-and-howl act to Miss Ryan's class where an. .Plecas captures the energy, expression, and charm in the diversity of children in Agapanthus Hum's school through simple, colorful pictures.
Agapanthus Hum and her dog Major Bark take their hoot-and-howl act to Miss Ryan's class where an argument about angels' wings erupts and the girl's words are "lost like a raisin in a pudding. The familiar topic, short chapters, frequent illustrations, and ample white space will appeal to beginning readers.
The boisterous Agapanthus Hum is sure that the cute little mutt Major Bark was born to be a champion. She plans on entering him in the Champion Dog Show to prove it. But Good Little Mommy (Agapanthus's mother) isn't so sure that mixes breeds like Major Bark are allowed to compete. Come along to see if Agapanthus finds a way around that silly rule. Agapanthus Hum and Major Bark written by Joy Cowley, illustrated by Jennifer Plecas.
Agapanthus Hum is a whirlwind. She hums, she cartwheels, and she is always running around. Now that Agapanthus has eyeglasses, her parents want her to be careful
Agapanthus Hum is a whirlwind. Now that Agapanthus has eyeglasses, her parents want her to be careful. Agapanthus tries to slow down; she even wears a bag on her head so her glasses won't get lost, but more often then not, her glasses go flying.