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Stage Fright ebook

by Ann M. Martin


This ebook features an illustrated personal history of Ann M. Martin, including rare images from the author’s collection.

This ebook features an illustrated personal history of Ann M.

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Me and Katie (The Pest) (1985). Ten Kids, No Pets (1988).

Martin finds the ideas for her books from many different sources; some are based on personal experiences, while others are based on childhood memories and feelings. Many are about contemporary problems and struggles. All of her characters, including the members of The Baby-Sitters Club, are fictional, but many of her characters are based on real people. Me and Katie (The Pest) (1985).

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Some are based on personal experiences, while others are based on childhood memories and feelings.

Ann gets the ideas for her books from many different places. Some are based on personal experiences, while others are based on childhood memories and feelings. Many are written about contemporary problems or events.

Jealous when her father gives her stepsister Kristy a very special heirloom pin, Karen borrows the pin without permission and is horrified when she accidentally loses it in the snow. 1 282. 0. Published: 1996.

Karen has a new doll. And it's not just any old doll. Karen's baby doll came all the way from London, England. She was very expensive. Jealous when her father gives her stepsister Kristy a very special heirloom pin, Karen borrows the pin without permission and is horrified when she accidentally loses it in the snow.

by. Martin, Ann . 1955-; Sims, Blanche, ill. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Shy Sara panics when her fourth-grade teacher announces that her class is to perform a play before the entire school, but eventually learns that stage fright can sometimes be healthy.

Title: Stage Fright - eBook By: Ann M. Martin Format: DRM Protected ePub Vendor: Open Road Media Publication Date: 2014. Ann M. Martin grew up in Princeton, New Jersey. ISBN: 9781453298053 ISBN-13: 9781453298053 Ages: 7-10 Stock No: WW64213EB. Publisher's Description. After attending Smith College, where she studied education and psychology, she became a teacher at a small elementary school in Connecticut. Martin is best known for the Baby-Sitters Club series, which has sold over one hundred seventy million copies.

Shy and self-conscious, Sara is terrified by the idea of performing in a play in front of the entire school and is upset when she discovers that Wendy, her best friend, may move away
Androlhala
In addition to the themes noted above, this book deals very candidly with a child's wish to be accepted 100% by her not super warm mother, who may be doing her best and want the best for her daughter, but has inadvertently begun to drive her away, toward her more accepting father. Her daughter remarkably, unrealistically(?) is able to be the adult in the end and help her mother turn her immature attitude around.
Alsanadar
I found a gem in this little book that has sadly been taken out of print. Sara is a shy little girl who really has just two friends (one of them is her cousin). Her mother is constantly pushing her to be more social and not spend so much time in her room, but Sara doesn't like people looking at her much less speaking in front of them. This is why Sara is understandably upset about the upcoming play that she must be in.
On top of Sara's problems with public performance, she is having to cope with her best, and only real, friend moving away during the summer, and trying to get an epic poem the three girls have written included in the Guinness Book of World Records. Unfortunately, they sent the only copy of their poem to a rather famous actor in England, instead of to the publishers.
This book does a wonderful job of showing how a young girl was able to overcome her shy behavior to get through a public performance without going overboard. I don't want to spoil the ending, but I will tell you that it does not end with Sara getting bitten by the "showbiz bug". This story is very real and I wish I had discovered as a shy young kid.
Why 5 stars?:
I expected this book to be a comedic look at something embarrassing happening on stage. Instead, it was about some children going through some very difficult times. Students, teachers and parents are portrayed in a real manner too, not necessarily the models of good behavior we want to see, but how a person would really respond. I highly recommend this book become a part of your classroom library. I intend to use it with every shy kid in my class and wish I had discovered it earlier in my life.
Stage Fright ebook
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Ann M. Martin
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Publisher:
Holiday House; 1st edition (October 1, 1984)
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4.9
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