Sugar Lump, the Orphan Calf

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Sugar Lump, the Orphan Calf is the heartwarming story of the friendship between twelve-year-old Marcy and the quirky calf Sugar Lump. A young orphan, Sugar Lump needs someone to take care of him, so Marcy accepts the responsibility of raising the little calf. As the calf grows, he and Marcy form an inseparable attachment to each other, but everything changes when Marcy becomes involved in a suspenseful search that leads to an unexpected and unforgettable ending.

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Overview

Sugar Lump, the Orphan Calf is the heartwarming story of the friendship between twelve-year-old Marcy and the quirky calf Sugar Lump. A young orphan, Sugar Lump needs someone to take care of him, so Marcy accepts the responsibility of raising the little calf. As the calf grows, he and Marcy form an inseparable attachment to each other, but everything changes when Marcy becomes involved in a suspenseful search that leads to an unexpected and unforgettable ending.

Sugar Lump, the Orphan Calf draws from the experiences of author Lynn Sheffield Simmons, who raised her own real-life calf. Sugar Lump is also the star of Sugar Lump's Night Before Christmas.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781589802162
  • Publisher: Pelican Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 11/1/2003
  • Pages: 50
  • Age range: 8 - 12 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.86 (w) x 8.86 (h) x 0.42 (d)

Meet the Author

Lynn Sheffield Simmons received a bachelor's degree in elementary education and a masterís degree in special education from Texas Womanís University. She is a member of Phi Delta Kappa honorary fraternity and has taught in public schools for many years. She lives on a small farm in Argyle, Texas. Other titles by Lynn Sheffield Simmons are Jack Crow Said Hello and Sugar Lump, the Orphan Calf , both available from Pelican.
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  • Posted August 1, 2009

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    SUGAR LUMP, THE ORPHAN CALF antics are hilarious, and will send readers into a fast uproar, while at the same time teaching them compassion for animals.

    Lynn Sheffield Simmons has created an adorable book that will be loved by all readers, young and old. Her fictional story SUGAR LUMP, THE ORPHAN CALF, whose main character - Sugar Lump - is based on her own experience with her very own young calf, also named Sugar Lump, is an absolute delight. Sugar Lump's antics are hilarious, and will send readers into a fast uproar, while at the same time teaching them compassion for animals, whether they are abandoned or not. A must-have book for the whole family. Especially those containing avid animal lovers.

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