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Laurie Lawlor, Cynthia Fisher (Illustrator).
Laurie Lawlor, Cynthia Fisher (Illustrator). The books are specially written, illustrated, and designed for Trying to be detectives, Mary Lou and her friends imagine that terrible crimes are being committed when Leroy, the worst kid who ever lived on Eighth Avenue, returns to the house next door. Holiday House Readers is a line of books that features large type, simple vocabulary, and short manageable chapters. The books are specially written, illustrated, and designed for children who are learning to read on their ow. .
by Laurie Lawlor & illustrated by Cynthia Fisher. So they set about finding clues.
Laurie Lawlor's books have appeared on many notable lists, including the ALA Notable Children's Books, the ALA Best .
She lives in Illinois. From School Library Journal: Grade 1-3?In this second beginning chapter book set on Eighth Avenue, four neighborhood friends investigate some strange events. The mystery begins when Mary Lou is asked to pick up the mail for her vacationing neighbors, the Jukes
children's novel grades 3,4.
Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780439272841.
1998) A Chapter Book by Laurie Lawlor. 1998 : USA Paperback. In a sequel to the The Biggest Pest of Eighth Avenue, The Eighth Street Gang is faced once again with Leroy and all his mysterious antics, and they put their detective skills to use to keep a close watch on him and all his doings. Genre: Children's Fiction. Used availability for Laurie Lawlor's The Worst Kid Who Ever Lived On Eighth Avenue.
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Laurie Lawlor: Author "The neighborhood children are sure that Leroy - the worst kid to ever grow up on their street - must be up to no good when he returns to his old home.
Laurie Lawlor: Author. - - -. The Worst Kid Who Ever Lived on Eighth Avenue. Mary Lou and her friends are sure that Leroy, an adult who has the reputation of having once been a really bad kid, is hiding stolen money in his backyard. The neighborhood children are sure that Leroy - the worst kid to ever grow up on their street - must be up to no good when he returns to his old home. the book contains enough far-fetched elements of mystery and surprise to keep readers interested clever.
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The one who was so naughty, so bad, that he was dubbed "the worst kid who ever lived" in your neighborhood. This story teaches a valuable lesson about jumping to conclusions and judging a book by its cover. Well, Leroy, now an adult, was that kid in Mary Lou's neighborhood. It's possible that some children may be upset by the fact that there is mention of the death of a pet dog, but that is overshadowed by the presence of a new puppy that Leroy will begin to train. Large print and easy words make this a great book for beginner readers.
Laurie Lawlor, The Worst Kid Who Ever Lived on Eighth Avenue, Holiday House (New York, NY), 1998. Betty Miles, The Sky Is Falling, Simon & Schuster (New York, NY), 1998. Cynthia Fisher, a mosaic artist and illustrator based in Massachusetts, has illustrated more than two dozen children's books, including Judy Cox's Mean, Mean Maureen Green and Alice DeLaCroix's The Hero of Third Grade. In one of Fisher's early efforts, The School Mouse by Dick King-Smith, a young rodent with a love of learning prevents the other mice in her family from eating the poison left behind by exterminators.