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by Lilian Moore


We are a group of fourth graders who just finished reading I'll Meet You at the Cucumbers. We all liked it but it could have better.

Find all the books, read about the author, and more. We are a group of fourth graders who just finished reading I'll Meet You at the Cucumbers. The author could have been more descriptive, and the book could have been lounger. If you like fantasy, we are sure you will like this book. It's about three mice that go into the city for adventures. They are Adam, Amanda, and Junius.

Lilian Moore grew up in New York, received a degree in teaching from Hunter College, and did graduate work at Columbia University. Ms. Moore was also a reading specialist for the New York Board of Education. She t Lilian Moore grew up in New York, received a degree in teaching from Hunter College, and did graduate work at Columbia University

Lilian Moore (Author).

Lilian Moore (Author).

One morning, after testing his courage by scaling a scarecrow, he accompanies Junius and meets Amanda at the cucumber stand at the farmers' market

One morning, after testing his courage by scaling a scarecrow, he accompanies Junius and meets Amanda at the cucumber stand at the farmers' market. She takes him on a city tour, including a visit to the library-where Adam discovers that the ""thoughts"" he enjoys composing are really poems. Kids should like the story's natural flow and the possibility of a sequel. A fine read-aloud, and a perfect way to introduce poetry.

This was a good book, both my third and fourth grader liked it. I think it was a good length as well, not too long that they became disinterested. I'll meet you at the Cucumbers. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago. I liked I'll Meet you at the Cucumbers because it was a good book and I liked it because it has animals in it. The mice find apples and eat the apples and it was Amanda's birthday. If you like adventure books, this is a good book for you.

I'll Meet You at the Cucumbers. Are you sure you want to remove I'll Meet You at the Cucumbers from your list? I'll Meet You at the Cucumbers. Published June 1, 2001 by Aladdin. Fiction, Friendship, Mice, Juvenile fiction, Protected DAISY, In library. Adam! Adam Mouse! Where are you?" The Physical Object.

Lilian Moore (1909-2004) wrote many well-loved books for children, including I'LL MEET YOU AT THE CUCUMBERS; ADAM MOUSE'S BOOK OF POEMS; DON'T BE AFRAID, AMANDA; POEMS HAVE ROOTS; LITTLE RACCOON; and I'M SMALL. She was a recipient of the Award for Excellence in Poetry for Children from the National Council of Teachers of English. Roma Karas was born in Russia and was interested in art throughout his childhood there. Eventually, he moved to the United States and attended the Rhode Island School of Design.

In her highly praised story I'll Meet You at the Cucumbers, a young country-loving, poem-scribbling mouse named Adam is fearful to take a trip with his friend into the unfamiliar city.

Lilian Moore's name is attached to high proportion of the best selections. So if you find a current lower price from an online retailer on an identical, in-stock product, tell us and we'll match it. So when I found out that she had written some chapter books, I leaped.

Unused library edition. A story of a dreamy little country mouse who was none too sure he wanted to go to the city.

I'll Meet You At the Cucumbers epub download

ISBN13: 978-0153046025

ISBN: 0153046023

Author: Lilian Moore

Category: No category

Publisher: Harcourt Brace (1993)

ePUB size: 1286 kb

FB2 size: 1530 kb

Rating: 4.4

Votes: 267

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SmEsH
It's a nice story about the age old dichotomy of country versus city. The characters are sweet, but not too sappy for a boy (or me). It explores anxiety over changing circumstances. It shows friendship across differences. My son read it without bribing...
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It's a nice story about the age old dichotomy of country versus city. The characters are sweet, but not too sappy for a boy (or me). It explores anxiety over changing circumstances. It shows friendship across differences. My son read it without bribing...
DrayLOVE
We are a group of fourth graders who just finished reading I'll Meet You at the Cucumbers. We all liked it but it could have better. The author could have been more descriptive, and the book could have been lounger. If you like fantasy, we are sure you will like this book. It's about three mice that go into the city for adventures. They are Adam, Amanda, and Junius. Adam is afraid of the city. Will he go for Amanda's birthday or will he stay behind in the country? You will have to read to find out!
DrayLOVE
We are a group of fourth graders who just finished reading I'll Meet You at the Cucumbers. We all liked it but it could have better. The author could have been more descriptive, and the book could have been lounger. If you like fantasy, we are sure you will like this book. It's about three mice that go into the city for adventures. They are Adam, Amanda, and Junius. Adam is afraid of the city. Will he go for Amanda's birthday or will he stay behind in the country? You will have to read to find out!
Gravelblade
I liked I'll Meet you at the Cucumbers because it was a good book and I liked it because it has animals in it. The mice find apples and eat the apples and it was Amanda's birthday. If you like adventure books, this is a good book for you.
Gravelblade
I liked I'll Meet you at the Cucumbers because it was a good book and I liked it because it has animals in it. The mice find apples and eat the apples and it was Amanda's birthday. If you like adventure books, this is a good book for you.
Skyway
"I'll Meet You At The Cucumbers" was about mice and they had a cool adventure to the city. It had a very good ending.
Skyway
"I'll Meet You At The Cucumbers" was about mice and they had a cool adventure to the city. It had a very good ending.
Buriwield
Sweet moral, beautiful friendships and amazing description. From ages 7-12 this story will be relevant.
Buriwield
Sweet moral, beautiful friendships and amazing description. From ages 7-12 this story will be relevant.
Blackbrand
This was a good book, both my third and fourth grader liked it. I think it was a good length as well, not too long that they became disinterested.
Blackbrand
This was a good book, both my third and fourth grader liked it. I think it was a good length as well, not too long that they became disinterested.