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by James Stevenson




With the help of her friends, and after a few false starts, a young witch named Emma learns to fly on her broom.
Download Emma epub
ISBN: 0688040209
ISBN13: 978-0688040208
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Classics
Author: James Stevenson
Language: English
Publisher: William Morrow & Co; 1st edition (March 1, 1985)
Pages: 32 pages
ePUB size: 1172 kb
FB2 size: 1279 kb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 966
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Frey
Emma books are wonderful books for children and the adults reading the books to them. These are my daughter's favourite books from childhood and I gifted her with them so that she had her own copies for her future offspring. I just wish that I could have gotten her new ones. But that's okay. The words and pleasant artwork will still please a child. *chuckle* They certainly pleased my almost 30 daughter.
Nalmezar
This is the great Jane Austen novel "Emma" (ISBN: 0553212737 for paperback), NOT the children's book written by the great James Stevenson, so please be careful when ordering this.
Though not his best, Stevenson's book is another fun tale by the renowned author/illustrator, and tells the story of a witch who discovers that magical power can be achieved with creativity and friendship. The two older witches are a bit too mean-spirited for my taste, but kids will have fun with Emma's clever solution. 4* for the Stevenson book, 5 for the more famous "Emma!"
Nahelm
Though not his best, Stevenson's book is another fun tale by the renowned author/illustrator, and tells the story of a witch who discovers that magical power can be achieved with creativity and friendship. The two older witches are a bit too mean-spirited for my taste, but kids will have fun with Emma's clever solution. Look for many excellent, humorous books by this outstanding author/illustrator!
Thundershaper
I found a copy of this book in a box of books that I read to my son when he was a child. My son remembers it fondly. Now my three-year-old grandson enjoys reading such words as "thud" and "hee, hee" along with me as I read Emma's adcenture to him. He certainly loves the illustrations.
Jwalextell
These "Emma" books by James Stevenson have been FAVORITES of all my elementary school classrooms, my own children and now my grandchild. ~They're fun, silly, cleverly written, sweet-themed stories.