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by Bill Wallace

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ISBN:
0823406008
Author:
Bill Wallace
Category:
Animals
Language:
English
Publisher:
Holiday House; 1st edition (April 1, 1986)
Pages:
32 pages
EPUB book:
1862 kb
FB2 book:
1197 kb
DJVU:
1318 kb
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Rating:
4.1
Votes:
780


Bill Wallace has won numerous children's state awards and been awarded the Arrell Gibson Lifetime Achievement Award for Children's Literature from the Oklahoma Center for the Book. Bill Wallace died from Lung cancer on January 30, 2012.

Bill Wallace has won numerous children's state awards and been awarded the Arrell Gibson Lifetime Achievement Award for Children's Literature from the Oklahoma Center for the Book. Former elementary school teacher; West Elementary School, Chickasha, OK, principal, since 1977, and physical education teacher.

In the story Ferret in the bedroom, Lizards in the fridge was Elizabeth was running for class president

In the story Ferret in the bedroom, Lizards in the fridge was Elizabeth was running for class president. Her dad is a zoologist and he keeps stray animals, which effects her election for class, president. Elizabeth is the main character of this story. The animal information is up to date and mostly true (the indication that the Fred the ferret is a wild animal is one of the rare goofs), the story moves along quickly, and the characters and circumstances are believable (hey, I live with over 10 ferrets so I know what it's like, and Wallace hit the nail on the head).

Liz tells her zoologist father he must get rid of all the homeless animals he keeps at their house or she'll never win the sixth-grade class presidency, but when they're gone she misses them and learns there are more important things than winning.

William "Bill" Wallace (August 1, 1947 – January 30, 2012) was an American teacher and later an author of children's books. He started writing to quiet down his fourth grade students, who loved his stories and encouraged him to make real books. Wallace was born and raised in Chickasha, Oklahoma. He studied professional writing at the University of Oklahoma. in Elementary Education from The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in 1971 and an .

Liz, the main character in the story, has a unique home life. This story describes the struggle Liz has choosing between being popular at school, and being herself with her friends at home. She doesn't know what to do. I recommend this story to anyone that loves animals and a good laugh. You will crack up when you read about how her school friends meet her pet turtle. Ferret in the Bedroom, Lizards in the Fridge (1986). Red Dog (1987) reprinted, Aladdin (2002).

What others are saying. Ferret in the Bedroom Lizards in the Fridge Minstrel Book Bill Wallace Good. Ferret in the Bedroom, Lizards in the Fridge - I loved it as a kid and recently read it to my graders. Probably one of the first chapter books that I ever read. Completely addicted after that. Sent by Luci & Doug to Brooke - July. Ferret In The Bedroom, Lizards In The Fridge.

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Bill "Superfoot" Wallace is one of the all-time greats of American Karate. The book is well written with no typo's or grammar mistakes. Bill always manages to get his point across, either in competition or in writing. After damaging his right knee the former wrestler and Judo player decided to pick up the then almost unheard of art of Karate. Moreover, his "happy go lucky" personality and typical brand of humour shine through on the 156 pages of this book.

Liz tells her zoologist father he must get rid of all the homeless animals he keeps at their house or she'll never win the sixth-grade class presidency, but when they're gone she misses them and learns there are more important things than winning.
  • Velellan
I was very happy to see that I had the original artwork (where the main character, Liz, is stading with her arms folded amidst a group of freaked out girls holding lizard-cicles) from years ago. This book is more for young adults (11 years and up) because of some of the language used (no cursing). I loved this book as a pre-teen and I still love it as an adult!

Look for the part where Fred the ferret gets even with Liz...that is the best!!
  • Anicasalar
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  • Ttexav
Maybe this was a good book by the lower Tween standards of 1988, but I'm being charitable. The author has a great concept of animals that many kids would love to have running all over the house etc. However, the characters are thin cardboard and the values:are lousy, e.g.: Appearances are the most important. Put on your makeup and don't have an unusual house. Your best friend should always be trying to change you for your own good. the good-looking boy is the prize. Not recommended. Feel free to take the father-loves-animals-and-the-family-should-support-him theme and write a better book. I did like the antics of the ferret.
  • Uaoteowi
Fun read.
  • Dagdage
great
  • Zicelik
everything perfect !!
  • Braned
Good reading for young readers. Am always looking for good books for my grandchildren. I read it myself before I gave it to them and was pleased.
I HAVE READ THIS BOOK TWICE CAUSE I WAS AFRAID I MAY HAVE MISSED SOMETHING