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O Ye Jigs and Juleps!
     

O Ye Jigs and Juleps!

by Virginia Cary Hudson, Karla Kuskin (Illustrator)
 

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With the pixiness of Eloise and the innocence of Dennis the Menace, Virginia Cary Hudson was a sprite of ten when she wrote these essays for a very understanding teacher at the Episcopal boarding school she was attending in 1904. With over 1 million copies sold, this humorous collection of small-town Americana has become a modern-day classic, celebrating the honesty

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With the pixiness of Eloise and the innocence of Dennis the Menace, Virginia Cary Hudson was a sprite of ten when she wrote these essays for a very understanding teacher at the Episcopal boarding school she was attending in 1904. With over 1 million copies sold, this humorous collection of small-town Americana has become a modern-day classic, celebrating the honesty and charm of a child's world at the turn of the century.

On Moses: "I got so tired of Moses walking forty years and never getting to where he was going. I sure would have bought myself a mule." On the library: "In the library there are signs. Silence. Mrs. Simons [the librarian] must not know they are there. She talks the whole long day." These naively trouncing concepts of school, church etiquette, and everlasting life are both a child's mischievous collection of impressions and an adult's hilarious comeuppance.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780884863816
Publisher:
Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
Publication date:
03/04/2006
Pages:
64
Product dimensions:
4.60(w) x 7.40(h) x 0.40(d)

Meet the Author

The Author: Virginia Cary Hudson was a real little girl, just ten when she wrote these essays for her teacher in 1904. They were discovered in 1960 in a locked attic trunk.

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