Say Cheese (英语) 平装 – 1985年5月1日
Hurray, it's June! The last month of school!
Emily Arrow and the other children in Ms. Rooney's room are excited about the class picnic at the park. Mrs. Stewart, the student teacher, is even going to take class pictures.
But Emily's worried. She wants a best friend. It seems everyone has a best friend ecxept her.
At the picnic Emily feels so lonely, she wanders off into the woods with Uni, her unicorn. Before she knows it, she's lost and can't find her way back.
Is the rest of the class having fun? Will they say "cheese" when she's not there? And even worse, will they leave her in the woods and go home without her?
From School Library Journal
Grade 1-3 The tenth in this series, Say "Cheese" focuses on the adventures of the kids of Polk Street School at the end of the school year. Emily searches for a best friend and worries about the 40 cents she owes at the library. When she becomes lost at the school picnic, her thoughts turn to whether or not the others will leave her in the woods. Each episode is well drawn and credible. Character development is not a strong point in this beginning novel, but considering the length, Giff has maintained a good balance between characterization and plot development. Sharron McElmeel, Cedar Rapids Community Schools, Iowa
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Patricia Reilly Giff has recieved the Newbery Honor for Pictures of Hollis Woods and Lily’s Crossing, which is also a Boston Globe–Horn Book Honor Book. Nory Ryan’s Song was named an ALA Best Book for Young Adults and an ALA Notable Book.
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