Judith Viorst - Humor - 1996 - 64 pages
The author offers lyrical, compassionate, and witty observations about turning fifty years old and facing middle age
Judith Viorst - Juvenile Fiction - 2008 - 40 pages
With his mother on the phone, his father checking e-mail, and his sister playing with her friends, a little boy feels as if he is all alone in the house, and no matter how ...
Lenore Blegvad, Erik Blegvad - Psychology - 1988 - 30 pages
A child's excited speculations on what fun can he had with Kate when she comes to play come to an end when a rainy day cancels Kate's visit, but the fun is not permanently spoiled.
Judith Viorst - Fiction - 1994 - 343 pages
In this black comedy, Brenda Kovner, a Washington advice columnist, decides the best thing for her son, Wally, is to murder his prospective father-in-law, but only after she ...
Judith Viorst - Humor - 1999 - 48 pages
A humorous guide to growing up offers advice on coping with the joys and anxieties of leaving home and trying to make one's own way in the world
Carol Carrick - Juvenile Fiction - 1985 - 32 pages
When his older brother talks about dinosaurs during a visit to the zoo, Patrick is afraid, until he discovers they all died millions of years ago.
Judith Viorst - Humor - 1987
The author shares aphorisms concerning strength, beauty, complaints, superstition, justice, suffering, wisdom, love, marriage, infatuation, and friendship