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Me and the Man on the Moon-Eyed Horse

Me and the Man on the Moon Eyed Horse Young Clint s ingenious scheme foils a villainous train wrecker s attempt to rob the circus train

  • Title: Me and the Man on the Moon-Eyed Horse
  • Author: Sid Fleischman Eric Von Schmidt
  • ISBN: 9780316285711
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Young Clint s ingenious scheme foils a villainous train wrecker s attempt to rob the circus train.

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    About "Sid Fleischman Eric Von Schmidt"

    1. Sid Fleischman Eric Von Schmidt

      As a children s book author Sid Fleischman felt a special obligation to his readers The books we enjoy as children stay with us forever they have a special impact Paragraph after paragraph and page after page, the author must deliver his or her best work With almost 60 books to his credit, some of which have been made into motion pictures, Sid Fleischman can be assured that his work will make a special impact.Sid Fleischman wrote his books at a huge table cluttered with projects story ideas, library books, research, letters, notes, pens, pencils, and a computer He lived in an old fashioned, two story house full of creaks and character, and enjoys hearing the sound of the nearby Pacific Ocean Fleischman passed away after a battle with cancer on March 17, 2010, the day after his ninetieth birthday He was the father of Newbery Medal winning writer and poet Paul Fleischman, author of Joyful Noise they are the only father and son to receive Newbery awards.

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    1. To me, Sid is always best and funniest when he's in a western and/or hillbilly setting, so this one excels. Riveting stuff, and sure to please any fun-loving child.


    2. This book really opened my eyes to Sid Fleishman and his earlier work with it's old west tall-tale style. I really was impressed with this. Fleishman was truly a master of that variety of verbiage. It's short enough that it could be considered at early-reader chapter book, but it has enough depth that is could honestly lead to some engaging analysis with students. My only concern was that the villain tells the young protagonist, Jim, that many of his villainous kin had gone to Hell. For a younge [...]


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