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Daniel Pinkwater

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Books by Daniel Pinkwater
Adventures of a Cat-Whiskered Girl (2010)
3.76 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: I borrowed the kindle version of this juvenile-classified book from the library based on the title, hoping to read it on a trip to our 7 year old granddaughter. She is an avid cat lover, loves to pretend she is a wild cat so it sounded promising. Unfortunately it was definitely ...
The Yggyssey: How Iggy Wondered What Happened to All the Ghosts, Found Out Where TheyWent, and Went There (2008)
3.78 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: It was no Lizard Music, but it was pretty charming.A difference from the other Pinkwater I’ve read was that this was self-consciously historical, taking place in the he ’50s instead of a vague present-day-at-the-time-of-publication. Wait, no, come to think of it, The Education of...
Mrs. Noodlekugel (2012)
3.13 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: Magical Realism, With A Wink and A Smile, For KidsNo one does deadpan absurd better than Daniel Pinkwater. From early readers through YA high schoolers these are books for the hippest and most tuned-in of kids.The Larry the Polar Bear books and the Irving and Muktuk books are ide...
Bear in Love (2012)
3.67 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: I like Daniel Pinkwater so much. Quirky. This one is sweeter than quirky, but still sup rising as we see who the secret food sharer is… I just read this to the kids and they liked it but hated the songs, found them comically bad. And while I was making up music on the fly, I kind...
Yggyssey, The: How Iggy Wondered What Happened to All the Ghosts, Found Out Where They Went, and Went There (2008)
3.78 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: This was a great Pinkwater romp through his always engaging twisted mind. It seemed a little sloppy in spots though - it was never shown why Iggy ws BFFs with Chase, the ghost bunny rabbit, I never believed that the main character was female, and some tertiary characters kept bei...
Beautiful Yetta: The Yiddish Chicken (2010)
3.68 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: I heard Daniel Pinkwater and Scott Simon read this on Weekend Saturday and knew that I had to have it. So I bought it to read to my grandchildren. They loved it as much as I did. My little known secret is that I love the works of Pinkwater and Pinkwater himself. His wife's Il...
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