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As an eight-year-old genius in the sixth grade, Angeline is not too popular, but she tries to adjust to being different.
|Statement||Louis Sachar ; illustrated by Barbara Samuels.|
|Contributions||Samuels, Barbara, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.S1185 So 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||154 p. :|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||89026839|
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out of 5 stars Someday Angeline. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 13 April Verified Purchase. This is my second time of reading this book and I still really enjoyed it. I am only twelve which is about the age this book is aimed at and in some parts of was a bit dull and easy going and not many hard parts which make you need to think/5(76). I read you the twenty second chapter of ‘Someday Angeline’ ‘You Never Know’ and conclude the book.
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Someday Angeline is a realistic but at the same time non realistic fiction. No one, even if born a child prodigy, can do the superb things she does.
But if you just know her as 'typical', it is just a life of a typical girl who wants to see the ocean/5. Someday Angeline. by Louis Sachar. We'd love you to buy this book, and hope you find this page convenient in locating a place of purchase. Select a Bookseller - Direct Link to Buy.
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We will definitely be looking for /5(38). Nobody understands why Angeline is so smart. She could read the first time she picked up a book, she can play the piano without ever having Someday Angeline book a lesson, and she even knows what the weather is going to be.
But being smart is causing Angeline nothing but trouble. The mean kids in school call her a freak, her teacher finds her troublesome, and even her own father doesn't 4/5(5). Angeline could read before she was old enough to turn the pages of a book, and she mastered the piano without a single lesson.
But being so clever doesn't make life easy for Angeline. Mean kids at school call her a 'genius freak', and her dad seems a. Read Someday Angeline by Louis Sachar for free with a 30 day free trial. Read unlimited* books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android.
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Home Groups My EL student who is hardest to please with the book selections for that class actually finished the whole book before our second class and declared that this book was fun, as compared to all the other books we /5(6).
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Eight-year-old Angeline, who is a genius, loves her garbage-truck-driving father but can't stand her teacher, Mrs. Hardlick. When she befriends joke-telling Gary and his teacher with the odd name of Mr. Bone, her life seems to be getting better. Someday Angeline has 0 reviews and 1 ratings.
Reviewer Cheryl wrote: Someday Angeline is a children's novel by Louis Sachar. A story about a girl named Angeline Persopolis who faces trouble at school because of her intelligence, it was originally released inbut received a reprint in following Sachar's s 5/5(1).
Someday Angeline () About book: Louis Sachar is possibly best known (in the UK at least) for the amazing Holes, but he has also written for younger readers.
Someday Angeline has the aspects of Holes that I really enjoyed: the fantastical elements, well drawn but not over-described characters and a fast moving plot told in short ne Perspolis is 8.
Get this from a library. Someday Angeline. [Louis Sachar; Barbara Samuels] -- As an eight-year-old genius in the sixth grade, Angeline is not too popular, but she tries to adjust to being different. Nobody understands why Angeline is so smart. She could read the first time she.
Someday Angeline Publisher's Summary Angeline could read before she was old enough to turn the pages of a book, and she mastered the piano without a single lesson. But being so clever doesn't make life easy for Angeline. Angeline doesn't want to be either a genius or a freak. She just wants the chance to be herself and be happy.
But it's only when she makes friends with a boy the kids call "Goon" and the teacher they call "Mr. Bone" that Angeline gets that chance. Someday Angeline - eBook () by Louis Sachar. Title: Someday Angeline - eBook By: Louis Sachar Format: DRM Protected ePub Vendor: HarperCollins Publication Date: ISBN: ISBN Ages: Stock No: WWEBFormat: Ebook.
Someday Angeline Someday Angeline, a good story with lots of funny jokes, is dedicated to everyone who can tell whether or not a book is any good— by smelling it. Nobody tried to figure out anymore how Angeline knew all the stuff she knew, the stuff she knew before she was born.
Instead, they called her a name. They called her “a genius.”4/5(32). Buy Someday Angeline New edition by Sachar, Louis (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(33). Someday Angeline (Avon/Camelot Book) by Louis Sachar and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Angeline is brilliant!
She knows way more than a child of her age ought to. When she is moved up a class at school she finds that her intelligence doesn't equip her entirely for dealing with the pressures of being with the older she is finding refuge with a teacher and her tropical fish and another unlikely Louis Sachar's hallmark twist-and-turns.
out of 5 stars Still thinking of Someday Angeline. Reviewed in Canada on Octo Format: Paperback. I read this book when I was about 10 years old (18 years ago). I loved it! I ended up reading it so many times that it had yellowed and the edges of the paperback frayed.
At 28, I have recommended it to numerous people - most /5(81).