George and Martha

George and Martha

The Complete Stories of Two Best Friends

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Like all best friends, George and Martha do everything together—go to the movies, play at the beach, and just hang around not doing much of anything. George and Martha teach each other (and adoring readers) that even in a close friendship, privacy is important, practical jokes can sometimes backfire, and among other things, pouring split pea soup into your loafers to spare the chef’s feelings is not the best-laid plan. A man with a talent for friendship, James Marshall defined its very essence in his stories about the world’s two best friends. In this volume, all thirty-five episodes are brought together to celebrate friendship and two of the most lovable characters ever created. Each of these brief tales is filled with humor, and James Marshall’s drawings are guaranteed to spark feelings of empathy, delight, and self-recognition.

This collector’s edition includes an introduction by Maurice Sendak as well as appreciations by some of the top authors and illustrators working in children’s publishing today.It is a true testament to James Marshall as an author, as an artist, and as a person that his work and his life inspired such a diverse and immensely talented group. Noted children’s book historian Anita Silvey provides an afterword.

Like all best friends, George and Martha do everything together—go to the movies, play at the beach, and just hang around not doing much of anything. George and Martha teach each other (and adoring readers) that even in a close friendship, privacy is important, practical jokes can sometimes backfire, and among other things, pouring split pea soup into your loafers to spare the chef’s feelings is not the best-laid plan. A man with a talent for friendship, James Marshall defined its very essence in his stories about the world’s two best friends. In this volume, all thirty-five episodes are brought together to celebrate friendship and two of the most lovable characters ever created. Each of these brief tales is filled with humor, and James Marshall’s drawings are guaranteed to spark feelings of empathy, delight, and self-recognition.

This collector’s edition includes an introduction by MauriceSendak as well as appreciations by some of the top authorsand illustrators working in children’s publishing today.It is a true testament to James Marshall as an author, as an artist, and as a person that his work and his life inspired such a diverse and immensely talented group. Noted children’s book historian Anita Silvey provides an afterword.


Baker & Taylor
Collects all thirty-five stories about best friends George and Martha.

Baker
& Taylor

All thirty-five episodes about the world's two best friends, George and Martha, are brought together to celebrate the friendship between two of the most lovable characters ever created, and includes appreciations by some of the top authors and illustrators working in children's publishing today. 30,000 first printing.

Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 2008
ISBN: 9780618891955
0618891951
Branch Call Number: PIC Marshall, J 2008
Characteristics: 359 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm
Audience: Accelerated Reader AR LG 2.4 0.5 127211

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