Item description for Amelia Bedelia (I Can Read Book Level 2) by Peggy Parish & Fritz Siebel...
Overview Available for the first time in an I Can Read format, the classic antics of the charming, literal-minded housekeeper are presented with new full-color pictures. Simultaneous.
From dressing the chicken to drawing the drapes, Amelia Bedelia does exactly what Mr. and Mrs. Rogers tell her to do. If things get a bit mixed up, well, that's okay. When Amelia Bedelia is involved, everything always turns out perfectly in the end
Citations And Professional Reviews Amelia Bedelia (I Can Read Book Level 2) by Peggy Parish & Fritz Siebel has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Wilson Children's Catalog - 01/01/2010 page 1466
Wilson Children's Catalog 96 - 01/01/1996 page 719
People Weekly - 12/24/2007 page 60
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.8" Width: 5.9" Height: 0.2" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 1992
ISBN 0064441555 ISBN13 9780064441551 UPC 046594003959
Availability 107 units. Availability accurate as of Mar 30, 2017 08:44.
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More About Peggy Parish & Fritz Siebel
Peggy Parish was born and grew up in Manning, South Carolina. Before moving to New York City, she taught school in the Panhandle country and in coal-mining areas. Her first job in New York City was with the Girl Scouts, and she now teaches the third grade at the Dalton School in Manhattan. Miss Parish is the author of several other books for children, including the popular Let's Be Indians.
Peggy Parish lived in the state of South Carolina. Peggy Parish died in 1988.
Peggy Parish has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Amelia Bedelia (I Can Read Book Level 2)?
I read this when I was young Mar 30, 2007
I remember reading these books years and years ago! I'm in 10th grade and it's been more 5 years since I was in elementary school and yet when I go work at my old school I go back and read them again!
Wonderful 'First reader' Book! Nov 10, 2006
A fun (and funny) book which will delight kids with Amelia's well-intentioned but mistake-laden chores. Kids feel empowered because they are 'smarter' than the character and are able to cheer her on. In the end, Amelia's good deeds overpower any mistakes she makes.
I recommend this book for any child who is beginning to read on their own!
We Love You Amelia Bedelia! Sep 22, 2006
This is surly a kids favorite since I was a little girl! We join Amelia Bedelia as she starts her first day of work for the Rodgers. They rush off shortly after she arrives, but they've left her a list of things to do. Should be a snap, as all the tasks are simple and clearly stated...but that's what you think...Amelia Bedelia begins completing each chore in quite a literal fashion...drawing the drapes and much, much more! Younger kids (1-4) will like the silliness of it and beginner readers and more savvy grade schoolers (5-8) will like that's it's simple and clever/silly too! I recommend it without reservation! I'm sure Amelia will be with us, teaching fine lessons about the words we use and the many means they can have for generations to come!
Draw the curtain Aug 24, 2006
A great, witty book that my 4-year old loved. Made her think about the different meanings of words.
Amelia Bedelia Jun 9, 2006
In a language where so many words and phrases have multiple meanings, there's no doubt that the literal-minded Amelia can be kept busy through many a book. The fact that it's funny is just the thing to get young readers hooked.
Amelia, beginning her new job as maid for Mr and Mrs Rogers, makes a pie and then tackles her to-do list. Dust? Well, at her house, they un-dust, but she's going to do as she's told - so she finds sweet smelling dusting powder in the bathroom and spreads it throughout the living room. Draw the drapes? Not much of an artist, Amelia does her best. The pie is done just in time for the return of her employers. Mrs Rogers is surprised at Amelia's interpretation of such simple directions as "trim the fat"... and is about to fire her when Mr Rogers offers her a taste of Amelia's wonderful lemon-meringue pie. Mrs Rogers will just have to learn to say things Amelia's way, because they certainly don't want to lose someone who can make a pie like that!
Very funny, and it exposes young minds to the various meanings of words in English - easily one of the most complicated languages ever, and one that you just don't think about if it's your first language until you read a book like this! The book is rather old (copyright 1963) but is timeless and this is a great time to read it with your kids. As the Spanish-speaking population grows in the U.S., it's a great opportunity for kids today to realize just how hard English can be!