Betsy and the Circus ebook
by Carolyn Haywood
Betsy and the Circus book. This is a great book about friendship and its complications. Carolyn Haywood always explains things so simply and sweetly
Betsy and the Circus book. Carolyn Haywood always explains things so simply and sweetly. I love all her books and even though I only gave this one a 3, I still liked it (and own it and I try to only own books I really want.
Betsy and the circus. by. Haywood, Carolyn, 1898-1990. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
Carolyn Haywood (January 3, 1898 – January 11, 1990) was an American writer and illustrator from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She created 47 children's books, most notably the series under the "Eddie" and "Betsy" titles. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1939. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1941. Back to School With Betsy. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1943. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1945. New York: Morrow, 1950.
Betsy and the boys/Carolyn Haywood, p. cm. "An Odyssey/Harcourt Young Classic. Betsy and Billy were so surprised to find themselves in this jumbled mess that for a moment they were speechless. Miss Mopsie-Upsie Tail was the first one on her feet, and before Betsy or Billy had uttered a word she had begun to lick up the pancake batter. Billy was the first to speak.
The circus is in town and Betsy's friends can't keep their minds on their school work. When Tina and Tony, twins whose parents work for the circus, join the class, everyone gets a chance to meet Lollipop the clown and ride to the magnificent big top in a circus parade. ISBN13:9780440401971. Release Date:June 1989. Publisher:Random House Children's Books.
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For young children, I cannot recommend this book highly enough, and I think adults who read it to children will have a lot of fun, too.
She has lots of tickling adventures told in the author's earnest way that's straight from the shoulder to the age group. With her friends Billy and Ellen and her younger sister Star, Betsy drinks tea, survives a rotten egg in the schoolroom, thrills to the circus in town and as a climax, sensibly patches up with Ellen who's taken offense at Betsy's interest in another girl.
Carolyn Haywood's stories about her irrepressible character Betsy have never been out of print, and now, thanks to dynamic new covers, the Betsy books will find their way onto the bookshelves of modern young readers-and into the hearts of a whole new generation. Third grade begins with 's beloved teacher, Miss Grey, won't be teachng anymore. But the new year is packed with fun and surprises, including one great piece of news that Betsy declares is about ""the wonderfullest thing that ever happened.