8 edition of The just-so woman found in the catalog.
When the Just-So Woman runs out of butter one day, she learns an important lesson from her neighbor, the Any-Way Man.
|Statement||story by Gary Blackwood ; pictures by Jane Manning.|
|Series||An I can read book|
|Contributions||Manning, Jane K., ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.B5338 Ju 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0060577274, 0060577282|
|ISBN 10||9780060577278, 9780060577285|
|LC Control Number||2005028667|
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The Just-So Woman likes everything to be just perfect. In the morning she wakes up before the rooster crows. She does her chores. She feeds the cat. Then she fixes breakfast.
That is how she likes things done, and so that is how she does them every day—until one day when nothing goes just the way she expects, and she learns that sometimes "just so" isn't the only way thing/5.
So, when Just-So Woman has a bad day, she must learn to deal with the problems that arise. Any-Way Man is just the opposite of The just-so woman book Woman, untidy and unorganized, yet much, much happier. Author Gary Blackwood has done an outstanding job of writing an interesting book 4/5(1).
Gary Blackwood is the author of many novels for young readers, including The Year of the Hangman and The Shakespeare Stealer, an American Library Association Notable Children's Book and School Library Journal Best Book for The Just-So Woman is his first I Can Read Book.
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This level-three title in the I Can Read series introduces new readers to a fastidious female homesteader and her “devil-may-care” male neighbor. When she finds no butter for her breakfast bread, the Just-So Woman sets about making more. One complicated thing leads to another: Her milking stool breaks, her hatchet needs sharpening and she must make soap to wash the cream.
Along the way, readers will explore many other themes, at turns humorous, prescient, and more relevant today than ever. What unfolds is a liberating view of humanity that arises from possibility and the unpredictable―perfect and “just so,” not in spite of its messy imperfections, but because of them.
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