How to Read and Write about Fiction
Arco, 1988 - 155 pagina's
Everyone knows Sam Krupnik. He's Anastasia's pesty but lovable younger brother.
This is Sam's big chance to tell things exactly the way he sees them. He has his own ideas about haircuts, nursery school, getting shots, and not eating broccoli. Sam thinks a lot about being bigger and stronger, about secret codes and show-and-tell.
Make way for your little brother, Anastasia. Here for the first time is Sam Krupnik's life story. What a life!
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