1 edition of Tell me, Josephine found in the catalog.
Tell me, Josephine
|Statement||edited by Barbara Hall ; with a foreword by the Hon. Kenneth Kaunda.|
|Contributions||Hall, Barbara., Kaunda, Kenneth D. 1924-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||142 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||142|
Josephine Loewenstein— jet-setter, high-society fixture, and former wife of Rolling Stones manager Prince Rupert Loewenstein—has never been short of good personal anecdotes to tell at a party. —New York Times Book Review. Winter, Jonah. Jazz Age Josephine. Illustrated by Marjorie Priceman. 40pp. $ hc. Atheneum (Simon & Schuster). Grades PreK This title is a picture book biography of Josephine Baker. Growing up in the jazz age of the s, she got her start in a chorus line in New York : Atheneum Books for Young Readers.
Dr. Josephine Mikhail is always very empathic and caring and extremely intelligent. She is a great doctor. I take a book to read while I wait. Dr. Mikhail is a very caring doctor. I also received a call in two days to tell me the results of my x-rays. I would highly recommend Dr. Mikhail to everyone I know/5(). Josephine Rowe is an Australian writer of short fiction, poetry and essays. Her story collections include How a Moth Becomes a Boat and Tarcutta writing has appeared in McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern, The Iowa Review, Best Australian Poems, Best Australian Stories, and The Monthly. She is currently a Wallace Stegner Fellow in fiction at Stanford .
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Tell Me, Josephine Hardcover – Import, by Barbara Hall (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, Import "Please retry" 3/5(1). Selections from the Tell me, Josephine column started in February,by the Central African mail, a weekly paper in Northern Rhodesia.
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Tell me a Bible story: In easy-to-read words Hardcover – January 1, by Josephine Pollard (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — Author: Josephine Pollard.
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A collection of selected letters received by Josephine, with her wise and funny answers, it makes 'an entertaining and valuable little book. Jazz Age Josephine tells the story of Josephine Baker, an American-born French dancer, singer and actress, who came to promeninece in the sduring the Jazz Age.
The story begins with Josephine Baker as a little girl growing up in the slums of St. Louis, Missouri/5. Although Josephine annoyed the heck out of me for most of the book, it was still a fun read; a comedy-of-manners set on the home front during WWII. Bailey is the true protagonist, and his war experiences were revealed with skilled writing,bit by I had Booth Tarkington's name on a list of authors to try, probably from a list of Pulitzer Prize /5.
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Amazon Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — — Kindle $ Read with Our. A picture book biography that will inspire readers to dance to their own beats.
Singer, dancer, actress, and independent dame, Josephine Baker felt life was a performance. She lived by her own rules and helped to shake up the status quo with wild costumes and a you-can’t-tell-me-no attitude that made her famous.
She even had a pet leopard in Released on: Janu For example, out of the blue, a respected American art dealer phoned me and said he had something he wanted me to be the first to see: a cache of letters from Josephine to her lawyer, written.
A picture book biography that will inspire readers to dance to their own beats!Singer, dancer, actress, and independent dame, Josephine Baker felt life was a performance.
She lived by her own rules and helped to shake up the status quo with wild costumes and a you-can't-tell-me-no attitude that made her famous. She eveAuthor: Jonah Winter. There came a very big book about Dior a few years ago, and that big Dior event at the Metropolitan - Princess Diana was there -- and I went to [the] Dior [people] and I said, 'You don't even have a dress of Josephine's, you don't even have a picture.
Josephine Anwhistle was Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire's second cousin's sister-in-law - namely the sister of the spouse of the Baudelaires' second cousin - and becomes their guardian in The Wide Window. She was the wife of Ike Anwhistle and sister-in-law of Gregor Anwhistle.
Josephine grew up along the shores of Lake Lachrymose. At some point, she was recruited Alias: Aunt JosephineAunt Jo ( film). What I love best about Josephine Hart's writing is that even if I normally would be violently afraid of what ever message she was trying to convey in a given work, somehow she still makes it safe for me to read it I can read her words honestly, without either totally sacrificing my ideas for hers, or rebelling so strongly against her ideas in my mind because she has touched /5(3).
Unlike Agatha Christie, Dorothy L. Sayers, and Ngaio Marsh, Josephine Tey ignored the rules of golden-age British crime fiction—with brilliant results. But 60 years after her death, the greatest. I just finished reading These Shallow Graves and I loved everything about it, the setting, the characters, the story had me hooked.
I read A Northern Light about 10 years ago, and I never forgot your name, so when it was time to find a book to read during quarantine I searched your name and found, among others, These Shallow Graves.
Josephine Cox What was your favourite book as a child. And my Irish Granddaddy used to sit me on his knee and tell me stories about leprechauns. One of my friends brought me an A4 book and Author: Sarah Kinson. My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She’s Sorry is told with the same comic accuracy and beating heart as Fredrik Backman’s bestselling debut novel, A Man Called Ove."Tell Me, Josephine" [London]: Andre Deutsch, .
First U.K. Edition. Octavo (20cm.); original cloth in pale grey pictorial dust jacket; ,pp. Jacket quite worn with loss to top fore-edge corner of upper panel, spine ends chipped with a few short closed tears, smallish abrasion to rear panel.
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