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Miss Suzy af Miriam Young
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Miss Suzy (original 1964; udgave 2014)

af Miriam Young (Forfatter), Arnold Lobel (Illustrator)

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Miss Suzy is a little gray squirrel who lives happily in her oak-tree home until she is chased away by some mean red squirrels. Soon she finds a beautiful dollhouse and meets a band of brave toy soldiers.
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Titel:Miss Suzy
Forfattere:Miriam Young (Forfatter)
Andre forfattere:Arnold Lobel (Illustrator)
Info:Purple House Press (2014), Edition: 50 Anv, 40 pages
Samlinger:Picture Books
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Miss Suzy af Miriam Young (1964)

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Cute story, nice illustrations. ( )
  DKnight0918 | Sep 12, 2020 |
A childhood favorite, I've enjoyed sharing this story with my children. ( )
  trayceetee | Jul 28, 2019 |
Another few years on me since I last read this book with toddler Luisa, and now reading it with toddler Emmett, I find myself slightly more rankled by the bland masculine heroism of the toy soldiers and the way Miss Suzy "mothers" them (we don't need that), but I still love her quiet heart and the textures of her world, even if they don't resonate the same way with Emmett, a car lover. ( )
1 stem MeditationesMartini | Aug 25, 2016 |
Almost wonderful - but I'm a pacifist and I cannot accept soldiers as heroes in a picture-book. Swords kill, and killing is bad. It's true that red squirrels are aggressive & destructive, though, even to the point where anthropomorphizing them as a gang of hooligans is not far-fetched. ( )
  Cheryl_in_CC_NV | Jun 6, 2016 |
I liked this book because it had a good message of friendship that was executed in an imaginative way. This book was essentially about a squirrel named Miss Suzy who was kicked out of her home in an oak tree by ruthless red squirrels. Miss Suzy make herself a new home and takes care of some toy soldiers as well. One night the toy soldiers went to Miss Suzy’s old home and got it back for her by scaring away the red squirrels. The unusual friendship between the squirrel and the toy soldiers was inspirational. Miss Suzy did not expect any thing from the soldiers but company. She fed them and tucked the in at night. The actions of the soldiers displayed their love and gratitude for what Miss Suzy did for them.
I also liked this book because the characters were well developed. Miss Suzy was a squirrel but she portrayed all the human like qualities that a house-wife of the 60’s would most likely hold. The author wrote, “She liked to cook, she liked to clean, and she liked to sing while she worked.” She toke immense pride in her home and cherished every detail. The red squirrels were clearly the villains of the story and the reader was shown this by their destructive actions. For example when the squirrel bombarded Miss Suzy’s home the author wrote, “They broke her broom and threw out her acorn cups. Then they ate up her whole winter’s supply of nuts.” Lastly the toy soldiers were the brave heroes of the story. The soldiers were out numbered but that did not stop the. They marched to the old home in the Oak tree and said to the red squirrels. “Will you go peaceably, or must we fight?” ( )
  nlinco1 | Mar 30, 2015 |
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