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Just Grace and the Double Surprise (The Just Grace Series) epub ebook

by Charise Mericle Harper

Just Grace and the Double Surprise (The Just Grace Series) epub ebook

Author: Charise Mericle Harper
Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Language: English
Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers (October 2, 2012)
Pages: 176 pages
ISBN: 0547942192
ISBN13: 978-0547942193
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 838
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Charise Mericle Harper is the author and illustrator of many books for children, including the Just Grace series and the Next Best Junior Chef series. Charise lives in Oregon. Visit Charise at chariseharper

Charise Mericle Harper is the author and illustrator of many books for children, including the Just Grace series and the Next Best Junior Chef series. Visit Charise at chariseharper. com and on Twitter at iseHarper. Start reading Just Grace and the Double Surprise on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.

For information about permission to reproduce. I wanted to explain how I got the Just Grace name from Miss Lois, our teacher, and how it was all a big accident. There are three other Graces in our class and Miss Lois thought it would be too confusing if we all kept our names like they were. She said we needed new names, so we could know whose attention she wanted if she called out the name Grace. Her big idea was to put the first initial of our last name at the end of our Grace name. I don't think anyone really liked it, but you can't argue with a teacher, because at school they mostly get to be the boss.

Charise Mericle Harper. Just Grace and the Super Sleepover. Charise Mericle Harper. The thrilling final episode in the zesty series for fans of kids' cooking competitions. It's the season finale and only two contestants remain. Who will take the cake and earn the title of Next Best Junior Chef?

Charise Harper continues in another Just Grace book with Grace and her friend, Mimi. They are both excited because they are waiting for Mimi’s parents to adopt a girl. However, Grace and Mimi have many other adventures before the child finally arrives.

Charise Harper continues in another Just Grace book with Grace and her friend, Mimi. The neat thing about Harper’s series is that she includes the simplest drawings with cartoon balloons that depict what Grace is saying or thinking. After school one day, she and her father take a surprise trip.

series The Just Grace Series. Books related to Just Grace and the Double Surprise. More by Charise Mericle Harper. But both Grace and Mimi are in for a surprise when they find out that Mimi’s family is not adopting a brand-new sister-and instead she is getting a brand-new brother. Oh, brother!) And to heighten the excitement even further, Grace is in for another big surprise! In this series. For information about permission to reproduce selections from this book, write to Permissions, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company, 215 Park Avenue South, New York, New York 10003. Mifflin Books for Children is an imprint of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. com The text of this book is set in Dante MT. The illustrations are pen-and-ink drawings digitally colored in Photoshop. MoreLess Show More Show Less.

бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. The third-grader Grace Stewart gets stuck with the name Just Grace when she tries to distinguish herself from the three other Graces in her class. Grace is plenty different, though. She has a teeny-tiny superpower, for instanceshe can tell if someone is unhappy and often tries to fix it. When she concocts an elaborate scheme to help her neighbor Mrs. Luther feel less lonely, however, her good intentions backfire rather dramatically

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Just Grace - Charise Mericle Harper. Just Grace, is a fun chapter book that introduces you to a young 3rd grader named Grace Stewart.

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Grace is really excited, plus nervous, plus worried, plus happy all mixed together. But both Grace and Mimi are in for a surprise when they find out that Mimi's family is t adopting a brand-new sister-and instead she is getting a brand-new brother. Oh, brother!) And to heighten the excitement even further, Grace is in for ather big surprise! Product Identifiers.

In this seventh installment in the Just Grace series, any day now Grace’s best friend in the whole world, Mimi, is going to be getting a brand-new sister. Grace is really excited, plus nervous, plus worried, plus happy all mixed together. But both Grace and Mimi are in for a surprise when they find out that Mimi’s family is not adopting a brand-new sister—and instead she is getting a brand-new brother. (Oh, brother!) And to heighten the excitement even further, Grace is in for another big surprise!
Reviews (7)
Tisicai
Love this series, in process of reading the whole series to my 9 year old daughter- they are funny, cleverly written- only sad that we are coming to the end of the series!

Umi
Great series for my 3rd grade daughter

great ant
my daughter and I started this series last year. they are GREAT! cute stories, cute pictures. nice vocabulary sans constant use of words like 'stupid', or incorrect grammer (Junie B. Jones). we got through them quickly, though...were always waiting with baited breath for the next one. this year she's kind of outgrown them, and we haven't found a great replacement yet.

Olma
Was bought as a gift. She liked the book. Happy with purchase.

Wel
grand child like these books

Lightseeker
This book is really good there is nothing bad about it. I think my friend Hailey Teaser should read it.

Samulkree
My 7-year old daughter is an avid reader. She swept through the Judy Moody and Junie B. Jones books, so I thought 'Just Grace and the Double Surprise' would be a good book for her. We both read the book separately, and Kyra's dictated review is below.

My take? 'Just Grace' is age appropriate and written well for it's intended audience, dealing with issues they might face in language they can understand. My daughter is still over a year away from 3rd grade, yet she really got into it. Charise Harper not only writes engagingly for young girls, but her art is entertainingly childish while not seeming forced. Her understanding of the 8-year old mind puts mine to shame, and it shows in her writing. The topics discussed have a positive message, making them very family friendly. It looks like 'Just Grace' is going to be the next, best series in our house. Time to go back and read the first six books!
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*Kyra's review* (WARNING: Spoilers?)

Grace's best friend Minnie was going to get a baby. Her mother said it was going to be a girl. Grace always wanted a dog and one day she got it. Minnie went to go get the baby and she was so sad because somebody already adopted the baby and her mother saw a boy baby and adopted that baby instead. She was so sad that she cried in her bed.

The 3 year old boy's name was Robert. And so Grace gave Robert some stuff like a superhero cape, a comic book. Minnie's love began to grow for Robert. They went to school one day and their friend (another Robert) put Grace in a bad mood. When they went down for recess, Grace was still in a bad mood. Then she turned into a good mood because she found out that she did the best at her homework. The end.
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I liked this book a lot. It's like a child wrote the book---because the pictures are child-like.
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I hope this helps you decide if 'Just Grace and the Double Surprise' would be a worthwhile addition to your little one's library.

~ Kort

This is the seventh "Just Grace" children's book of the series, and I can see why they are so popular. Written in the first-person in diary format, the reader is immediately drawn into the world of eight-year-old Grace as she relates her observations of the world around her.

There's no problem with starting the series at this point because the author quickly has Grace review key pieces to her past without bogging down the new storyline. For instance, the reason Grace is called "Just Grace" is explained simply and quickly in the beginning, so all makes sense to the new reader.

As would be expected with a third grader, Grace illustrates her musings with great cartoon style pictures and graphs to bring a further dimension to what she writes about. Often it is these drawings that are the gems to why the "Just Grace" books are so interesting. For example, an early diary entry involves having to wait for the family of her best friend Mimi, to get a call that they are able to pick-up Mimi's new adopted sister. Grace lays out a chart that illustrates the different types of waiting she goes through. Some of the wait time is fun, and other wait times are not fun at all. But it is this type of illustration that gives the real insight to what it's like to be eight years old again. As a teacher, I couldn't help but enjoy the bit about how different Grace's teacher is compared to the substitute; and how students view too many choices vs. being told exactly what to do on an assignment.

The Grace books are geared for elementary school age students. As a read aloud "Just Grace and the Double Surprise" was perfect to inspire whole group discussions about a wide variety of subjects including expressing feelings, character perspective, and dealing with different personalities.

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