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The Hero of Bremen book. Margaret "Peggy" Hodges was an American writer of books for children. She was born Sarah Margaret Moore in Indianapolis, Indiana to Arthur Carlisle and Annie Marie Moore

The Hero of Bremen book. A crippled shoemaker performs a heroic deed in this German legend. She was born Sarah Margaret Moore in Indianapolis, Indiana to Arthur Carlisle and Annie Marie Moore. She enrolled at Tudor Hall, a college preparatory school for girls. A 1932 graduate of Vassar College, she arrived in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with her husband Fletcher Hodges Jr. when in 1937 he became curator at the Stephen Margaret "Peggy" Hodges was an American writer of books for children.

The Hero of Bremen book.

I think that Margaret Hodges wrote the book very colorfully and very well. The pictures were great. They were very bright and I liked them.

adapted by Margaret Hodges & illustrated by Charles Mikolaycak. An agreeable German tale of avarice vanquished and true heroism, based-according to Hodges's excellent note-on a 19th- century text

adapted by Margaret Hodges & illustrated by Charles Mikolaycak. An agreeable German tale of avarice vanquished and true heroism, based-according to Hodges's excellent note-on a 19th- century text. Hans the shoemaker is known for his careful work and the stories he tells children about the heroic Roland, revered for making Bremen a free city. Now it's also a crowded one, and its people are negotiating for space outside the walls.

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Margaret "Peggy" Hodges (July 26, 1911–December 13, 2005) was a Caldecott Award-winning American writer of books for children. A 1932 graduate of Vassar College, she arrived in Pittsburgh with her husband Fletcher Hodges Jr. when in 1937 he became curator at the Stephen Foster Memorial.

Find nearly any book by Margaret Hodges. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9780823409341 (978-0-8234-0934-1) Hardcover, Holiday House, 1993. Find signed collectible books: 'The Hero of Bremen'. ISBN 9780684164564 (978-0-684-16456-4) Hardcover, Scribner, 1980.

Dame Margaret Eve Hodge, Lady Hodge, DBE, MP (née Oppenheimer; born 8 September 1944) is a British Labour Party politician who has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Barking since 1994. Previously, she led Islington Borough Council. Hodge was a Councillor on Islington Council from 1973 to 1994, was Chair of the Housing Committee, and then Council Leader from 1982 to 1992

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com: THE HERO OF BREMEN: Hard Cover. Beautiful retelling of the German legend about a shoemaker, unable to walk, who helps the town of Bremen aided by the spirit of the hero Roland. Illustrated throughout in color. Upper page corners bent. Visit Seller's Storefront. Terms of Sale: Dana L. Richardson doing business as Windy Hill Books.

A retelling of a German folktale follows poor Hans, who cannot walk, as he becomes a pawn in the political machinations of the rich countess Emma and her nephew

The Hero of Bremen epub download

ISBN13: 978-0823412365

ISBN: 0823412369

Author: Margaret Hodges

Category: Books for children

Subcategory: Fairy Tales Folk Tales & Myths

Language: English

Publisher: Holiday House (November 1, 1995)

Pages: 32 pages

ePUB size: 1716 kb

FB2 size: 1982 kb

Rating: 4.7

Votes: 365

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Goltizuru
This book first caught my eye because my husband's ancestors were from Bremen. The story is beautifully written and reinforces the fact that anyone can be a hero. I am a former teacher. I used to have my principal come read the book to my students as I always found it hard to read aloud without getting teary-eyed. I would highly recommend this book.
Goltizuru
This book first caught my eye because my husband's ancestors were from Bremen. The story is beautifully written and reinforces the fact that anyone can be a hero. I am a former teacher. I used to have my principal come read the book to my students as I always found it hard to read aloud without getting teary-eyed. I would highly recommend this book.
Qane
I am not a fan of Margaret Hodges' style of retelling stories, but I saw this at a book sale and picked it up because I like the original German legend that it is from. Unfortunately, this retelling did not give the story its usual sense of miraculous wonder.
Intended for grades 3-6.
Qane
I am not a fan of Margaret Hodges' style of retelling stories, but I saw this at a book sale and picked it up because I like the original German legend that it is from. Unfortunately, this retelling did not give the story its usual sense of miraculous wonder.
Intended for grades 3-6.
Paster
I think that Margaret Hodges wrote the book very colorfully and very well. The pictures were great. They were very bright and I liked them.

I think it was put together very well and there was a good meaning to the story, which is that it doesn't matter what shape and size a hero is.
Paster
I think that Margaret Hodges wrote the book very colorfully and very well. The pictures were great. They were very bright and I liked them.

I think it was put together very well and there was a good meaning to the story, which is that it doesn't matter what shape and size a hero is.