Miss Suzy

  • Title: Miss Suzy
  • Author: Miriam Young Arnold Lobel
  • ISBN: 9781930900752
  • Page: 224
  • Format: Hardcover
  • [PDF] Miss Suzy | by ↠ Miriam Young Arnold Lobel - Miss Suzy, Miss Suzy In this th Anniversary Edition Miss Suzy is a little gray squirrel who lives happily in her oak tree home until she is chased away by some mean red squirrels Poor Miss Suzy is very sad But soon she
    [PDF] Miss Suzy | by ↠ Miriam Young Arnold Lobel - Miss Suzy, Miss Suzy In this th Anniversary Edition Miss Suzy is a little gray squirrel who lives happily in her oak tree home until she is chased away by some mean red squirrels Poor Miss Suzy is very sad But soon she

    • [PDF] Miss Suzy | by ↠ Miriam Young Arnold Lobel
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    1. There is no name for the emotion this book inspired in me as a child It s something like what I felt when Beatrix Potter s Mrs Tittlemouse shooed a bee out her dusty, rarely visited tunnels like fear or a sense of mystery, yet not Something like viewing intangible antiques by peering into the dark s, that s just it How quiet and included I felt when Miss Suzy discovered the abandoned dollhouse with the gentlemanly toy soldiers Oh, this book is amazing.

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    2. I loved this book as a kid Of course it helped that my mother read it to me all the time, AND my uncle would make squirrel noises while reading it.My 4 stars are for sentimentality But my analystical side wants to rush out and tell everyone Suzy s a big 1950s feminine stereotype Which she is In my revisionist Suzy, SHE kicks the red squirrel s butts with her army of toy soldiers.

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    3. Miss Suzy s pleasant life in her house at the top of a oak tree is disrupted by six mean red squirrels who chase her away She finds shelter in an old doll house, where she meets a group of tin soldiers, and this is the story of their friendship Miss Suzy takes care of the soldiers during the winter, and they help her recover her house This is beloved fifty years old classic, illustrated by the talented Arnold Lobel, is a very enjoyable reading I received this copy from the publisher via NetGalle [...]

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    4. Miss Suzy is a little squirrel who lives by herself in an oak tree One day a bunch of red squirrels come by and take over her pretty little home forcing Miss Suzy to move out, she finds herself in an old attic where there is a little toy house that she settles into There she meets some toy soldiers who become her friends and she stays with them for a little while, but decides to go back home and with the help of her new friends finds the courage to take her old place back again This is a great s [...]

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    5. I picked this one up for a quarter at a bookstore purging sale It was an old library edition with yellowed pages It is one of the best books I ve ever bought for my children Best read near an open window on an early summer evening when the cicadas have begun their song.

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    6. Really wonderful story I loved Miss Suzy s house I adore stories with toy soldiers and these come to her rescue The illustrations by Arnold Lobel are outstanding A story with a message and a moral.

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    7. This was my favorite picture book when I was a young child I memorized it and would read it to anyone who would listen From Miss Suzy s firefly lamps and moss carpet to her acorn cups, it satisfied my little girl imaginings.

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    8. my mother always told me, growing up beware the red squirrels they are mean ones She really did

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    9. Miss Suzy is a book I ve long loved Rereading it as an adult always gives me a brief moment of peace and happiness, and while the Kindle book is definitely not the same as having the actual book in my hands, now I have a Miss Suzy I can keep forever.

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    10. If you think too deeply about , you may end up in the same place I did Miss Suzy was a little gray squirrel who lived all by herself in the tip, tip top of a tall oak tree who needs to learn how to fight her own battles, because tomorrow always comes Ignore the swiss cheesy story and concentrate instead on Arnold Lobel s warm and wonderful illustrations All world weary smugness aside who wouldn t want to live in Lobel s cozy little squirrel house at the top of an autumn oak, cooking and cleaning [...]

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    11. Adorably old fashioned Are we even allowed to write things like Miss Suzy was overjoyed any

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    12. And here it is Of course, she was like the Ant which is kind of boring now but still, I loved Miss Suzy when I was little.

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    13. This book is still one of my favorite books.The little story is heart breaking then warming, and the artwork is simply amazing 3Its short, but delightful and you need this book in your life xD

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    14. How fun is it to discover all these books listed here that I loved when I was a kid and had forgotten about

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    15. I read this book to my niece, and she loved it To be honest, so did I.

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    16. One of my favorites Grandma had it Several years ago I found it at the Salvation Army bought it for my girls.

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    17. Miss Suzy lived at the tip, tip, top of a tall oak tree by far my favorite childhood book, ever Of life I love it 3

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    18. I loved everything about this book The story is timeless the book is 50 years old It s a story for both boys and girls Perfection.

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    19. Apparently my copy of this is a first edition who knew One of my all time favourite children s books, and cozy Fall read.The language, the illustrations, the triumph of good over evil in this case, a band of quarrelsome squirrels make this an endearing classic Highly recommended, particularly for brisk, Fall days

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    20. It was a really nice, very short and really excellent children s animal picture book It had really fantastic illustrations, really great characters, really good humor and a really good story I haven t read this book in a really long time I think it s going to be one of my favorite children s squirrel books I ve ever read in my whole life I really recommend this book who loves the squirrels.

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    21. This older tale has bandits AND soldiers

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    22. This is a fun book for children that is whimsical but also teaches a life lesson as a squirrel finds help in a place you wouldn t believe.

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    23. A very strange book about friendship and bullies.

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    24. The is a cute little story This is the first book that my daughter has come to a conclusion on her own at the end Those toy soldiers were sooo good to get Miss Suzy s first house back for her.

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    25. A delightful book about making a house a home, loyalty, and helping out a friend.

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    26. FAVORITE childhood book

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    27. An all time favorite book of mine from childhood.

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    28. awesome illustrations simplistic story linepublished in 1964 i was 5 i remember this book from when i was a child.

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