7 edition of Minerva Louise found in the catalog.
1991 by Scholastic Inc .
Written in English
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Minerva Louise is one of my favorite characters. I read it and re read it to my preschool students and they always love it. It is so funny. You will love it too.
I have all Minerva Louise books. I definitely recommend all of them!!5/5(15). Premise/plot: Minerva Louise explores the house with the red curtains in this picture book. It is the first in a series starring this lovable hen. She may not be the smartest chicken, but, she may be the funniest.4/5.
Minerva Louise at School book. Read 24 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The goofy, inquisitive and award-winning Minerva Louise ha 4/5. A Friend for Minerva Louise out of print?. No wonder publishers are losing their shirts these days. This is a funny, charming, silly book about a chicken who is very confused.
I am a children's librarian, and this book is one of my mainstays. Children love the fact that they are more hip to things than Minerva Louise/5(12). Minerva Louise loves the farmhouse with the red curtains, and one day she decides to explore it from the inside.
Children will laugh at her silly antics and love pointing out her mistakes. Stoeke's bright, streamlined art and offbeat text have put the daffy Minerva Louise on the map - and won her a place in children's hearts/5(3).
The Minerva Louise book series by Janet Morgan Stoeke includes books A Hat for Minerva Louise (Picture Puffins), Minerva Louise at School, Minerva Louise, and several more.
See the complete Minerva Louise series book list in order, box. Buy a cheap copy of Minerva Louise book by Janet Morgan Stoeke. For over twenty years, the inspired silliness of Janet Stoeke's Minerva Louise series has captured imaginations and tickled funny bones.
Now the book that Free shipping over $/5(3). This craft was inspired by the children’s book “A Hat for Minerva Louise” by Janet Morgan, about a chicken who finds a peculiar hat. Supplies. construction paper – a variety of colors, cut in half (hamburger style) glue sticks; crayons; scissors; Directions.
Lot Of 3, Janet Morgan Stoeke HC Books, Minera Louise & Lawrence. Condition is Like New. Books have only sat on book shelves. Not read. The Yellow Book, Minerva Louise, does not have a jacket cover.
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About this Item: Dutton Juvenile, Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Fair. 1st Edition. When Minerva Louise, a curious chicken, mistakes a baby crib for a rabbit hutch, she searches for the rabbit and in the process discovers new additions around the house.
Find out what adventures she has in the snow by reading A Hat for Minerva Louise. This book won the Dutton Picture Book Competition. Let's read and see what makes it an award-winning book. This is the story of a resourceful, independent, persistent hen, told with a sense of humor. It is a nice short book with good illustrations, and a perfect.
Minerva Louise follows Santa down the chimney into the farmhouse, misinterpreting each of his actions as he fills the stockings, eats his snack and distributes presents. When he offers her a present of her own, the cheerful chicken is thrilled with his gift, thinking the present is the box itself rather than its : Janet Morgan Stoeke.
Minerva Louise's goofy perceptions and enterprising spirit are sure to tickle listeners at story hour. (Picture book. ) That inquisitive hen (A Hat for Minerva Louise, ) is back, in fine : Janet Morgan Stoeke. Minerva Louise Janet Morgan Stoeke, Author Puffin Books $ (24p) ISBN More By and About This Author.
OTHER BOOKS Buy this book. Minerva Louise might be reckoned an Amelia Bedelia of the animal world. Here the curious hen mistakes a school for a barn, a janitor for a farmer and a baseball for an egg. Ages (Sept.). The goofy, inquisitive and award-winning Minerva Louise has quite a following for a bird brain.
Here she stars in a back-to-school story that will give any young school attendee the giggles. Out for an early walk, she finds a big, fancy "barn" complete with a flag out front and paper-cutout window decorations.
With typical featherheaded flair, Price Range: $ - $ About A Hat for Minerva Louise “Stoeke’s second book about that intrepid screwball, Minerva Louise, is a rare find.”—The Horn Book, starred review The other chickens hate snowy mornings.
But not Minerva Louise. To her a snowy day—like everything else—is an adventure. But this chilly, chipper hen needs something to keep her warm. "Stoeke's second book about that intrepid screwball, Minerva Louise, is a rare find."—The Horn Book, starred reviewThe other chickens hate snowy mornings.
But not Minerva Louise. To her a snowy day—like everything else—is an adventure. But this chilly, chipper hen needs something to keep her warm. What she finds—and how she finds it—will keep young readers.
Read or Download Now ?book=[PDF Download] Minerva Louise. Minerva Louise's goofy perceptions and enterprising spirit are sure to tickle listeners at story hour. (Picture book. ) That inquisitive hen (A Hat for Minerva Louise, ) is back, in fine feather.
She goes exploring early one morning and discovers a wonderful ``barn.'' Preschoolers will recognize it as a school when they see it, but not. Minerva Louise. [Janet Morgan Stoeke] -- Minerva Louise is a hen with good taste and a spirit of adventure.
What will she find when she explores the house with the red curtains. Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.
Search. Search Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>. Minerva Louise. Janet Morgan Stoeke. 24 pages. [Source: Library] First sentence: Minerva Louise loved the house with the red curtains.
Premise/plot: Minerva Louise explores the house with the red curtains in this picture book. It is the first in a series starring this lovable hen. She may not be the smartest chicken, but, she may be the.
"Stoeke's second book about that intrepid screwball, Minerva Louise, is a rare find."—The Horn Book, starred review The other chickens hate snowy mornings. But not Minerva Louise!Pages: Minerva Louise loves the farmhouse with the red curtains, and one day she decides to explore it from the inside.
Children will laugh at her silly antics and love pointing out her mistakes. Stoeke's bright, streamlined art and offbeat text have put the daffy Minerva Louise on the map - and won her a place in children's hearts.
Minerva Louise. [Janet Morgan Stoeke] -- A hen has fun exploring the house with the red curtains. Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.
Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>. The other hens felt better that the “farmers” were doing a good job taking care of the eggs and left, but Minerva Louise, found a nice full Easer Basket for her nest.
The girls loved this book and especially how silly Minerva Louise is. To go along with this book we made some of our own colorful eggs. A hat for Minerva Louise. New York: Dutton Children's Books. Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide) Stoeke, Janet Morgan.
A Hat for Minerva Louise. New York: Dutton Children's Books. Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide) Stoeke, Janet Morgan, A Hat for Minerva Louise. New York: Dutton Children's Books, Janet Stoeke's sunny, simple art and text have made Minerva Louise a favorite of young children.
Minerva Louise loves the house with the red curtains, so she decides to explore — and preschoolers will laugh as she mistakes a string of beads for food, a rubber duck for a real one, and a sleeping cat for a "friendly cow".
"Stoeke's second book about that intrepid screwball, Minerva Louise, is a rare find."—The Horn Book, starred review The other chickens hate snowy mornings.
But not Minerva Louise. To her a snowy day—like everything else—is an adventure. But this chilly, chipper hen needs something to keep her warm/5(1K).
Good: A book that has been read but is in good condition. Very minimal damage to the cover including scuff marks, but no holes or tears. The dust jacket for hard covers may not be included. Binding has minimal wear. The majority of pages are undamaged with minimal creasing or tearing, minimal pencil underlining of text, no highlighting of text, no writing in Rating: % positive.
Silly Minerva Louise. The other chickens hate snowy mornings, but Minerva Louise looks at a snowy day as an adventure. But, this silly hen needs something to keep her warm.
Wait until you see what she finds. It was a beautiful snowy day and Minerva Louise couldn't wait to go out exploring. She wanted to. Minerva Louise follows a farmer in a red hat from a snowy rooftop, down a "well," and into the house with the red curtains, where she finds a tree decorated with sparkling eggs.
Also in This Series Similar Titles From NoveList. Minerva Louise on Christmas Eve, by Janet Morgan Stoeke (, Dutton Children's Books, ISBN ) Minerva Louise, the perpetually confused chicken, finds a red-hatted "farmer" on the roof and gets all mixed-up in Christmas Eve activity on the farm.
It's Halloween and Minerva Louise is as fearless--and clueless--as ever. She investigates the witches, ghosts, and goblins visiting the farm and delights in trick-or-treating for the very first time. Youngsters will cheer the return of the intrepid but birdbrained chicken.
Full Range: $ - $ Go on an adventure with everyone's favorite hen, Minerva Louise, as she explores a fancy "barn" that is actually a schoolhouse. She comes to some wacky and inaccurate conclusions when she visits the school during a morning. Minerva Louise at School.
Janet Morgan Stoeke. 24 pages. [Source: Library] First sentence: One morning, Minerva Louise woke up before everyone else.
It was a beautiful morning, so she decided to go for a walk through the tall grass. She walked on and on. Oh, look. A big, fancy barn, thought Minerva Louise. When she opens her eyes, she sees her farmer who is admiring the beautiful blue ribbon over Minerva Louise's neck.
He is so pleased with her achievement that he makes her a wonderful new nesting box complete with some stars of her own, which are really Christmas lights.
This is an excellent book for preschoolers. Minerva Louise, ISBN: “Perfect for preschool storytime.” —Kirkus Reviews A Hat for Minerva Louise, ISBN: “A rare find exactly on target for Preschoolers.” —The Horn Book. Minerva Louise at School, ISBN: Janet Morgan Stoeke's work as an author and illustrator began with a dream.
She woke up remembering a chicken sitting on her windowsill. A month later, when she became aware of a children's book contest, she knew that the image from her dream was the kernel of an idea she wanted to use for a story.
Minerva Louise, a rather simple but curious hen, wanders away from the farm and explores a school. The text provides Minerva Louise’s understanding of what she sees – she views the school as the barn and a wastepaper basket as a feed bucket – while readers see the real thing from the cleanly crafted and crisply colored illustrations.
Improve your students’ reading comprehension with ReadWorks. Access thousands of high-quality, free K articles, and create online assignments with them for your students.The name Minerva is a girl's name of Latin origin meaning "of the mind, intellect".
Minerva is the long-neglected name of the Roman goddess of wisdom and invention, the arts and martial strength, one of the mythology names for girls that might appeal to adventurous feminist parents. Minerva Pott is a character in Dickens's novel Pickwick Harry Potter, Minerva .Good natured chicken Minerva Louise does not have the best eyesight in the world as she admires a snowy house decorated for the holidays.
When what to her wondering eyes should appear a herd of goats lands on a rooftop, she admires their fancy horns and greets Mr. Farmer and his truck with no wheels. She worries when she sees Mr. Farmer seemingly "fall" down .