Basil E. Frankweiler. She made a specialized geography course for herself.
Basil E. 1. CLAUDIA KNEW THAT SHE COULD NEVER PULL OFF the old-fashioned kind of running away.
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The Mixed-Up Files drew me in with its details and paraphernalia (the instrument cases! the transistor I first . I hadn't picked it up for many years since then, but this book is woven into my neural pathways every which way, and rereading it still makes me love it more.
The Mixed-Up Files drew me in with its details and paraphernalia (the instrument cases! the transistor I first read this book when I was 7-going-on-8. I read it, and then I read it again. Then I read it again, and kept going until, according to my personal mythology, I had read it 11 times. The Mixed-Up Files drew me in with its details and paraphernalia (the instrument cases! the transistor radio! mac and cheese and baked beans!), something I always loved about runaway and/or survival stories.
From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler is a novel by E. L. Konigsburg. Mixed-Up Files won the annual Newbery Medal for excellence in American children's literature in 1968. The prologue is a letter from Mrs. Frankweiler, addressed "To my lawyer, Saxonberg", accompanied by a drawing of her writing at her office desk.
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Since its first appearance nearly 50 years ago, The Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Frankweiler has gained a place in the hearts of generations of readers – and has rightly become one of the most celebrated and beloved. Frankweiler has gained a place in the hearts of generations of readers – and has rightly become one of the most celebrated and beloved children's books of all time. One fee. Stacks of books.
That was how Claudia and her brother, Jamie, ended up living in the Metropolitan Museum of Art-and right in the middle of a mystery that made headlines.
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From the Mixed up Files of Mrs. Frankweiler" was the Newberry Medal winning book of 1968, and I read it myself shortly after that. I remember being struck at that time, as a young teenager, with what an interesting story the author made of a runaway brother and sister and a mystery they stumble across about a statue in the museum. Imagine my surprise when I received my book in the mail & it had the exact cover as the copy I checked out (& re-checked out many many times) from the library. Newberry seal & all.
Author: Jan Miner,E L Konigsburg
Category: Books for children
Publisher: Listening Library; Unabridged Library Edition edition (January 2006)
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