Bread and Jam for Frances

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Harper Collins, May 23, 1986 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages

Frances, one of children's best-loved characters for over 30 years, now springs to life even more in Bread and Jam for Frances,beautifully reillustrated in sparkling full color by Lillian Hoban. In this memorable story, Frances decides that bread and jam are all she wants to eat, and her understanding parents grant her wish'at breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even snacktime. Can there ever be too much bread and jam?

 

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Bread and Jam For Frances is a great book for beginning readers. The book deals with Frances and her picky eating habits. Cleverly, her mother decides to no longer offer Frances new foods, but rather ... Read full review

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User Review  - SalemDjembe - LibraryThing

This book deals with change, stubbornness, and the ability to accept change in a small persons life. And Jam.. It talks about groovy delicious yummy Jam. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
21
Section 2
22
Section 3
29
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About the author (1986)

Russell Hoban was the author of A Bargain for Frances, A Baby Sister for Frances, Best Friends for Frances, A Birthday for Frances, and Bread and Jam for Frances, all illustrated by Lillian Hoban. He also wrote Bedtime for Frances, illustrated by Garth Williams.

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