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Stories Julian Tells
     

Stories Julian Tells

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by Ann Cameron, Ann Strugnell (Illustrator)
 

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Julian is a quick fibber and a wishful thinker. And he is great at telling stories. He can make people—especially his younger brother, Huey—believe just about anything. Like the story about the cats that come in the mail. Or the fig leaves that make you grow tall if you eat them off the tree. But some stories can lead to a heap of trouble, and that's

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Julian is a quick fibber and a wishful thinker. And he is great at telling stories. He can make people—especially his younger brother, Huey—believe just about anything. Like the story about the cats that come in the mail. Or the fig leaves that make you grow tall if you eat them off the tree. But some stories can lead to a heap of trouble, and that's exactly where Julian and Huey end up!

This book has been selected as a Common Core State Standards Text Exemplar (Grades 2-3, Stories) in Appendix B

Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
Julian's stories are magnificent, but they aren't always the truth, and they cause him some trouble. Ages 5-9. (October)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780394828923
Publisher:
Random House Children's Books
Publication date:
01/28/1989
Series:
A Stepping Stone Book(TM) Series
Edition description:
Reprint
Pages:
80
Sales rank:
44,626
Product dimensions:
5.21(w) x 7.56(h) x 0.19(d)
Lexile:
520L (what's this?)
Age Range:
6 - 9 Years

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Stories Julian Tells 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Mrs. Thompson's class read this story and thinks that this book is entertaining.  Julian is fun, smart, creative, and greedy.  Our favorite parts were when they ate all of the pudding, when he ate the fig leaves, and the catalog cats.  This story is a good read for third graders.  
KMAC2 More than 1 year ago
Mrs. McAllister's students read this book and really enjoyed the stories. Their favorite story was "Because of Figs". They also liked "Cats for Sale", and they really liked Huey's character!!
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MrsMottsClass More than 1 year ago
Our 3rd grade class read this book. We thought it was awesome! It was a five star story. This is the best book in the world! Julian was funny, creative, and imaginative. If you don't like this book, you have a crazy mind! Ha! Our class like the the chapter about Gloria and the chapter about the catalog cats. We also like the chapter about the strange teeth. We think all 3rd graders should read this book! --Mrs. Mott's class
Guest More than 1 year ago
I think this book is not so great and it would not have been my first choice but, since I had to read it in my reading group, it was not too bad. I think it was kind of good but when Julian was mean to his little brother, it made me disappointed. It was also enjoyable in some parts of the book. Out of all the chapters in the book, I Iiked Catalog Cats the best.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is about a boy named Julian and his brother Huey.Julian gets in trouble sometimes because of his wacky stories. He and his brother get punished for eating lemon pudding and they plant a garden. Julian goes through problems on his own, he makes up animals called catlog cats that help you if you have a garden and gets into a tight situation with his father, he earns money by having caveboy teeth, and he meets a new neighbor that just might be his new best friend. This book is perfect for someone with a wide imagination.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book doesn't even deserve 1 star.