The Walking Coat has been added to your Cart. This book appeals to Tomie De Paola fans because of the cover but Watson's style is not as engaging or amusing.
The Walking Coat has been added to your Cart. I've used this book as way to open up discussions about the changing seasons, feeling overwhelmed or too little or how we feel about hand me downs. It really inspired kids to write some thoughtful and touching responses. Nice addition to your ESL shelf. Fun to read if your school is planning a coat drive. 2 people found this helpful.
A Walk Across America is a nonfiction travel book first published in 1979. It was the first book written by travel author Peter Jenkins, with support from the National Geographic Society. The book depicts his journey from Alfred, New York, to New Orleans, Louisiana. While on his journey of self-discovery, he engaged himself in others' lives, lost his best friend, experienced a religious conversion, and courted a new wife. The book would lead to a sequel, as well as a writing career.
Pauline Watson’s most popular book is The Walking Coat.
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The first time he wears cousin Charley's discarded winter coat, Scott finds himself involved in several interesting situations. ISBN13: 9780689804205. Release Date: October 1995. Publisher: Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books.
Illustrated by Tomie dePaola. Tomie dePaola is one of the most popular children’s book authors and illustrators of our time and the winner of the 2011 Children’s Literature Legacy Award (formerly known as the Laura Ingalls Wilder Award), among other lifetime achievement awards. A Newbery Honor winner, he has written and illustrated a number of books, including Caldecott Honor book Strega Nona and its companions, as well as Oliver Button Is a Sissy; The Legend of Old Befana; The Clown of God; Michael Bird-Boy; Andy, That’s My Name; and the New York Times bestseller Quiet.
Amy was the baby who cried when you walked out of the room, the toddler who was too shy to speak to strangers, the small child who clung to Kat's legs in the school playground
Amy was the baby who cried when you walked out of the room, the toddler who was too shy to speak to strangers, the small child who clung to Kat's legs in the school playground. But now Amy is grown up, and Amy is gone – to university in a town several hours away. Kat's house – which once felt too full, too noisy, too busy – is deathly quiet, and Kat awaits the daily phone call to tell her that her beloved daughter is thriving and happy.