4 edition of Aunt isabell tells a good one found in the catalog.
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It's not fantastic because it tells what goes into a great story although it doesit is fantastic because it is itself a great story. Through the tale, we're drawn back to the fact that it's being made up by these two. There's a lot going on here: a story within a story—Aunt Isabel, a bohemian-looking mouse, pauses in her artistic endeavors her drawings and paintings are informally hung around her snug home to tell little Penelope a spur-of-the-moment story explicitly designed to demonstrate the construction of a plot.
EX-LIBRARY book with dust jacket wrapped in mylar. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. A fine book to enjoy on its own merits, but it will also be useful for teachers.
They are all here, as Aunt Isabel and her niece concoct a delightful story within a story.
The heroine of Aunt Isabel's story, Lady Nell, is also a terrific heroine - smart as a whip and fearless. Aunt Isabel tells her niece, Penelope, a bedtime story.
The diverting story-within-a-story is an inviting opportunity for youngsters to double their fun. Villains and Danger can make a story more interesting. Only the best ingredients—a heroine, a hero, excitement, a little romance, and even a villain or two.
A sweet story about Aunt Isabel and her niece making up a story. I don't know about him, but I really enjoyed this little story! Intelligent, nurturing, adult female character? This is such a great book, every time I read it.
Penelope and her Aunt Isabel make up an exciting bedtime story about the adventures of Prince Augustus and Lady Penelope. For those searching for a great leading heroine, here she is. "-- Kirkus Reviews "The droll, neatly executed watercolor illustrations are an integral part of the story. They are all here, as Aunt Isabel and her niece concoct a delightful story within a story.
This was recommended by and I'm always looking for books that will have a positive influence on Sophie and Annabelle's lives.
Penelope and her grandmother are charming.
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