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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2007

    a fun little book kids can enjoy reading

    Seuling Barbara, The Teeny Tiny Woman, , Viking press New York,1976, Traditiona An old English Ghost tale This book is of the Traditional genre . This old English ghost story about the teeny tiny woman who found a teeny tiny bone and took it home to make soup this teeny tiny woman expresses emotions from delight to terror. Changes from the original version are minor as the teeny tiny woman finds the teeny tiny bone, puts it in her teeny tiny cupboard and finally surrenders it to its rightful owner. There are no objects in the illustrations with which to compare the teeny tinniest of the woman as there are in Barbara Seuling's version. Barbara Seuling was born in Brooklyn on July 22nd. Before the writing bug bit her she did many different jobs. She helped launch the Yearling paperback imprint, and worked as an editor at Delacorte Press Books for Young Readers and J.B. Lippincott Co. An editor came to Barbara and asked if she would collect freaky facts for him and the idea of Freaky Friday was born. Freaky Friday was Barbara's first book. The book that Barbara is most famous for is How to Write a Children's Book and Get It Published. Barbara Seuling has written more than fifty books. Barbara has three different classes going, on-line, in New York, and in Vermont. Hey kids read this book, what do you think this tiny woman will do about the ghosts and what will happen to her bone? Give me my bone!'

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2006

    i can't believe i found it

    i remember reading this story when i was small. i've told almost all of my friends about this story and nobody believe me that this story was real. i've been trying to find it and i finally did it. i was so exicted.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2003

    AWES.!

    I used to read this book a lot when I was little and it was kinda scary! you know, because she went ot the grave yard and took a bone and heard a voice in her house but now I think its cool. BUT it is soooo a tounge twister because they say teeny-tiny way a 'teeny-tiny' too much!

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