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by Alberta Wilson Constant

eBook Does Anybody Care About Lou Emma Miller? epub
  • ISBN: 0590418106
  • Author: Alberta Wilson Constant
  • Genre: Children
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Apple (November 1, 1988)
  • Pages: 272 pages
  • ePUB size: 1915 kb
  • FB2 size 1570 kb
  • Formats lrf mobi lit docx


This book lacks some of the appeal of the first book of the series.

This book lacks some of the appeal of the first book of the series. Because Lou Emma is older and struggling to understand her parents at times, there isn't as much light-hearted family repartee in this book, and Mr. Miller seems to fade into the background a bit now that the family is larger. But there is some very realistic tension between Lou Emma and Maddy and a wonderful friendship with an ornery algebra teacher that pick up the slack.

The illustrations in the Miller Girls books by Beth and Joe Krush enhance the whole aura of the era and I have learned to look for their names on books.

A 15-year-old makes several discoveries about human nature while helping the local suffragettes elect the first woman mayor of Gloriosa, Kansas. The illustrations in the Miller Girls books by Beth and Joe Krush enhance the whole aura of the era and I have learned to look for their names on books. This is a highly underrated author.

Sure, somebody cares-heartthrob Tommy is ""sick and tired"" of Leu Emma's sister Maddy ""actin' like she was the only Miller girl in Gloriosa High. And Leu Emma's milliner stepmother Miss Kate is concerned that she's ""too quiet,"" not ""enough trouble. Still, Maddy the debating-team dark hope is the family starlet, and 15-year-old Leu Emma has competition for Tommy too-from tough, vampish newcomer Zetta. But when Zetta says something insulting about Leu Emma, Maddy hits her-it's Miller family Rule Number One to stick together-and then unfairly blames Leu.

Emma Miller? by Alberta Wilson Constant, 1979, . Together, let's build an Open Library for the World.

Does anybody care about Lou Emma Miller? by Alberta Wilson Constant, 1979, . August 4, 2010 History. Are you sure you want to remove Does anybody care about Lou Emma Miller? from your list? Does anybody care about Lou Emma Miller? 1st ed. by Alberta Wilson Constant. Published 1979 by .

My big Christmas surprise from my husband this year was a used (and signed) copy of this hard-to-find sequel to Those Miller Girls! (This is the third book. I have yet to read the second. Lou Emma is now fifteen, and she and her sister, Maddy, age fourteen, live with their father, their stepmother, Miss Kate, and a three-year-old half-brother, Barney. The buzz around their adopted hometown of Gloriosa, Kansas is that for the first time a woman, Mrs. Lavinia Biddle, is running for mayor

by Alberta Wilson Constant. Series: Miller Girls (3). Members.

by Alberta Wilson Constant. No current Talk conversations about this book. A realistic story about growing up, school and crushes.

Does Anybody Care About Lou Emma Miller? by Alberta Wilson Constant - I read this book a BUNCH when I was in 7th and 8th grade. It’s about a girl trying to start a library in her town while her step-mother fights for women’s right to vote. When I finish re-reading it, I always want to go and read Ghosts I Have Been by Richard Peck, another good one. I Want everyone to do this so consider yourself tagged.

Constant, Alberta Wilson. Published by Thomas Y Crowell, New York, NY (1969). Inscribed by Alberta Wilson Constant on the front end paper. The dust jacket has light edge wear. Inscribed by Author(s). Seller Inventory 030656. More information about this seller Contact this seller 4. Stock Image. The Motoring Millers. Alberta Wilson Constant.

Fiction book about a single father named Professor Miller raising his young daughters Emmaline and Madeline in late 1800’s US. Those Miller Girls, The Motoring Millers, and Does Anybody Care About Lou Emma Miller? Delightful books

Fiction book about a single father named Professor Miller raising his young daughters Emmaline and Madeline in late 1800’s USA. Published prior to 1980. Possible book series. No clue on the title. Those Miller Girls, The Motoring Millers, and Does Anybody Care About Lou Emma Miller? Delightful books.

A 15-year-old makes several discoveries about human nature while helping the local suffragettes elect the first woman mayor of Gloriosa, Kansas.
Comments: (3)
BORZOTA
One of those author's who is a true student of human nature, Alberta W. Constant fleshes out her characters in such a way that they are "real" to the reader; quirky, funny, sometimes annoying, but always inspiring empathy in the reader. A great plot that gives a delightful taste of history and challenges the reader to be confident in who he/she is created to be and develop his/her own unique talents.
Amerikan_Volga
I don't remember how or when I discovered the three books on the Miller Girls but they quickly became favorites among the many, many children's books I've read over the years. Ms Constant has a deft touch with portraying thought patterns of adolescents and it shows well with with Willie and the Wildcat Well and Miss Charity Comes to Stay. The illustrations in the Miller Girls books by Beth and Joe Krush enhance the whole aura of the era and I have learned to look for their names on books. This is a highly underrated author.
Falya
I LOVED THIS BOOK!
For some reason, when I was younger, I found this book sitting on my bedroom shelf, untouched. Over the years, i've read this book many, many times and every time I read it - it amazes me. This book is simple and sweet...like a cozy home in the snow. It provides all the essentials needed for a realistic book. Lou Emma has a wonderful family, although frequently feeling less accomplished than her smart, outgoing younger sister. She also deals with her boyfriend, and of the uncertainty of their relationship. She also deals with teachers, parades, woman rights, and so much more! :) I would recommend this book to any person in this entire world - thats how great I think it is. But don't misunderstand me, it's not a long classic like THE TALE OF TWO CITIES or somehting..it's a simple short to the point book that everyone will enjoy.. I hope you enjoy it!
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