The second of the new Josie Smith seasonal titles -- three stories in one book featuring this irresistable young lady. The second book in the new Josie Smith series which sees Josie through the seasons of the year. Josie Smith in Spring contains three new stories in which we see Josie planting seeds, getting mud on a dress her mum is making and making new friends...Josie Smith has already starred in several books and her own TV show for Granada television. She's the child who's always at loggerheads with her best-friend Eileen, is constantly in trouble, yet invariable comes up smelling of roses. Young fans familiar with the seven existing Josie Smith titles, can look forward to reading four more, set around the seasons of the year.
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Magdalen Nabb is the prize-winning author of The Enchanted Horse and seven previous Josie Smith titles. She is also an author of books for adults in the crime genre.From AudioFile:
Josie, a sweet, young English girl without siblings or a father, is full of charm, innocent good intentions, and inadvertent mischief. Through Josie, Nabb adroitly conveys the innocent confusion children have in understanding the adult world. All of her characters are well drawn, and children may find Josie's spoiled friend, Eileen, especially recognizable. Ann Beach's fine reading of this enchanting tale brings all of these characters to life; Josie's sweet innocence, her mother's love, and Eileen's snobbishness are all ably performed. Her reading of Josie's earnest search of the dictionary to find a word's meaning wonderfully captures the young girl's perplexity and amazement at the variations of language. Since this is a British work, some of the expressions ("lift," "Wellingtons," etc.) may throw off a few people this side of the Atlantic. M.T.F. © AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Book Description Harpercollins Pub Ltd, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # SONG0006754082