From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler (Scholastic Literature Guides)

From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler (Scholastic Literature Guides) Terry Cooper
  • Title: From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler (Scholastic Literature Guides)
  • Author: Terry Cooper
  • ISBN: 9780590366519
  • Page: 299
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler (Scholastic Literature Guides) Terry Cooper From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs Basil E Frankweiler Scholastic Literature Guides Introduce your students to these award winning books with these engaging teaching guides Each guide includes an author biography background information summaries thought provoking discussion questi
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    1. another oldie but goodie kids run away to the Met in NYC and all their adventures gears towards Youth

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    2. Um, I couldn t find the listing for the orginal book what s up with that While the good parts of this book were just as good as I vaguely remembered from 5th grade the bathing in the fountain and sleeping on historic furniture and all that how we lived adventure that appealed to me in that Hatchet and My Side of the Mountain way my 21st century sensibilities told me that maybe the moral of it s fun to keep secrets from the parents was too dangerous for kids growing up in the same world as all th [...]

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    3. I want to live in the MET and swim in the fountains This is a childhood classic.

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    4. Just prior to Olivia s first trip to Manhattan, we read this book together It was exciting to anticipate going to the Met ourselves as we read through this fascinating book I think I would have enjoyed it as a 12 year old I loved art And, I loved running away That still holds up after decades of living I still love those things, and so will most readers Museum hounds will especially enjoy it On another personal note, the movie version of the film features a prop made by an artist I met in the Ba [...]

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    5. I must have read this 20 times growing up, definitely one of my favorites Claudia is so mature and smart Claudia is extremely bored with her normal routine She wants to feel different and grown up She convinces her younger brother Jamie to run away with her Claudia has the plan, and Jamie has the piggy bank, so together they should make a great team They take the train from their small Connecticut town into New York City, where they take up residence at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Living at t [...]

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    6. I read this to my older niece when she was twelve because she was having a restless year I remember reading this book for the first time when I was at an age of rebellion As a child you have moments where you want to reject the rules and say, I could just pack up and live at the mall This story lets you have that experience the girl and her little brother live in an art museum but they have a hard time keeping up the adventure Bathing in the water fountain, unlocking the mystery of Angel and mee [...]

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    7. This book gives me the same sense of adventure now as it did back in the fourth grade Even as a 24 yr old, who wouldn t want to run away from home for a few days I read this when I find myself wanting to escape my responsibilities It gives me just enough excitement to help me get through the remaining work week I can see how some don t like the message that it sends that it s fun and exciting to run away from your parents, but at the same time it is an honest portrayal of many young children s f [...]

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    8. This was a fun story I loved the conclusions and the author s reasons for why these children ran away in the first place In a way, this story teaches how, though we may be different, we are able to become a team with someone else We still squabble, but we are on the same page working towards the same end.

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    9. I remembered this being betterIt was still a cute story and the idea of running away to a museum would probably appeal to many younger readers, but it wasn t my favorite It felt like something was missing, but I couldn t quite put my finger on it.

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    10. I cannot count how many times I have read this book While I frequently had ideas to run away as a child, I would never have imagined something as grand as running away to a museum Even as a adult I am amused and intrigued, and no matter how many times I read it, I still love love love it

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    11. I thought I hadn t read this, so I finally picked it up one night, and I think I DID read it a long time ago, when I was a kid Pretty solid kid s caper novel, and though the setting is dated I don t think it will bother kids.

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    12. This book was good Sojin

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    13. This was a really good book IT had great writing and a great plot It was a little juvinile for me but i still loved it D

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    14. Nothing fantastic about this book Some parts seem to unrealistic Other parts are pretty entertaining.

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    15. This book is not the classic running away and hiding out in the woods but where 2 children run away and hide out in the metropolitan mueseum of art It s a great book.

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    16. My son LOVED this story I think I read it to him a few hundred times Each one better than the last.

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    17. Read this back in 4th grade Good book that brings back many fond memories.

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    18. I really didn t like the book I had to read it for school.

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    19. One of my favorite books I haven t read this book in over 20 years, but enjoyed it again The story is timeless.

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