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Mitch and Amy

Beverly Cleary

Mitch and Amy

by Beverly Cleary

  • 142 Want to read
  • 4 Currently reading

Published by HarperTrophy in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Twins -- Juvenile fiction,
  • Brothers and sisters -- Juvenile fiction,
  • Family -- Juvenile fiction,
  • Schools -- Juvenile fiction,
  • Twins -- Fiction,
  • Brothers and sisters -- Fiction,
  • Family life -- Fiction,
  • Schools -- Fiction

  • About the Edition

    Nine-year-old twins Mitch and Amy quarrel and make up frequently during their year in fourth grade.

    Edition Notes

    StatementBeverly Cleary ; illustrated by Alan Tiegreen.
    GenreJuvenile fiction., Fiction.
    ContributionsTiegreen, Alan, ill.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination217 p. :
    Number of Pages217
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23067526M
    ISBN 100380709252

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    Mitch and Amy. [Beverly Cleary; George Porter] -- Twins Mitch and Amy were always squabbling, but when the school bully started picking on them they had something in common, and they couldn't waste time fighting with each other. Home. WorldCat Home # Avon Camelot book.\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:name\/a> \" Mitch and Amy\/span.   Mitch and Amy both think being twins is fun, but that doesn't stop them from squabbling. Amy is good at reading. Mitch is a math whiz. Amy likes to play pretend. Mitch would rather skateboard. They never want to watch the same television show. And they always try to get the better of each other. Then the school bully starts picking on Mitch-and on Amy.

    Amy is good at reading. Mitch is a math whiz. Amy likes to play pretend. Mitch would rather skateboard. They never want to watch the same television show. And they always try to get the better of each the school bully starts picking on Mitch-and on Amy, too. Now the twins have something rotten in common: Alan Hibbler.   Mitch and Amy - Mitch and Amy audiobook, by Beverly Cleary Mitch and Amy both think being twins is fun, but that doesn't stop them from squabbling. Amy is good at reading. Mitch is a math whiz. Amy likes to play pretend. Mitch would rather skateboard. They never want to watch the same television show. And they always try to get the better of each 3/5.


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Mitch and Amy are 9 year old twins living in California and the book takes us through the trials and tribulations of being in the 4th grade. It is quite realistic and would be /5(22). Mitch and Amy, by Beverly Cleary, is about the relationship between two twins.

Mitch, a sporty math champ, is the exact opposite of his twin sister Amy, a girly girl who loves to read. Mitch, a sporty math champ, is the exact opposite of his twin sister Amy, a girly girl who loves to read/5.

Mitch and Amy both think being twins is fun, but that doesn't stop them from squabbling. Amy is good at reading. Mitch is a math whiz. Amy likes to play pretend/5(34). Amy is good at reading. Mitch is a math whiz. Amy likes to play pretend. Mitch would rather skateboard. They never want to watch the same television show.

And they always try to get the better of each the school bully starts picking on Mitch — and on Amy, too. Now the twins have something rotten in common: Alan Hibbler. Mitch and Amy by Beverly Cleary, Illustrated by George Porter and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   Mitch and Amy both think being twins is fun, but that doesn't stop them from squabbling.

Amy is good at reading. Mitch is a math whiz. Amy likes to play pretend. Mitch would rather skateboard. They never want to watch the same television show.

And they always try to get the better of each other. Mitch and Amy are 9 year old twins living in California and the book takes us through the trials and tribulations of being in the 4th grade.

It is quite realistic and would be /5(20). Mitch and Amy This is a novel study for Mitch and Amy by Beverly Cleary. 44 pages of student work, plus an answer key. This novel study divides Mitch and Amy into five sections for study.

The chapters are grouped as follows: Chapter, /4(1). Free Mitch and Amy study unit worksheets for teachers to print. Comprehension by chapter, vocabulary challenges, creative reading response activities and projects, tests, and much more.

Mitch and Amy book. **Double Trouble** Mitch and Amy both think being twins is fun, but that doesn't stop them from squabbling. Amy is good at reading. Mitch is a math whiz. Amy likes to play pretend.

Mitch would rather skateboard. They never want to watch the same television show. And they always try to get the better of each other. Mitch and Amy both think being twins is fun, but that doesn't stop them from squabbling. Amy is good at reading. Mitch is a math whiz.

Amy likes to play pretend. Mitch and Amy both think being twins is fun, but that doesn't stop them from squabbling. Amy is good at reading. Mitch is a math whiz. Amy likes to play pretend.4/5(4). Even though they're twins, nine-year-old Mitch and Amy Huff are very different from each other.

Amy is in the top reading group, while Mitch is still stumbling along. Yet when it comes to math, Mitch is the whiz. Amy doesn't have to be told to practice her cello; Mitch would rather be outside riding his skateboard.

This book is about a twin brother and sister named mitch and amy who both have a bully thats name is alan hibler this book is for ages and up. it is a book that could happen but it did not really happen. the main idea is that the good guy always wins always no matter what happens/5(9).

Book Overview Double Trouble Mitch and Amy both think being twins is fun, but that doesn't stop them from squabbling. Amy is good at reading.

Mitch is a math whiz.5/5(5). Mitch and Amy are 9 year old twins living in California and the book takes us through the trials and tribulations of being in the 4th grade. It is quite realistic and would be enjoyed by boys and girls alike.

I would highly recommend Mitch and Amy as a wonderful gift to a child who loves to read, and perhaps more importantly to the child who is 5/5(9).

About the Book. Even though they're twins, nine-year-old Mitch and Amy Huff are very different from each other. Amy is in the top reading group, while Mitch is still stumbling along.

Yet when it comes to math, Mitch is the whiz. Amy doesn't have to be told to practice her cello; Mitch would rather be outside riding his : Mitch and Amy is a children's novel by Beverly Cleary.

The titular twins are polar opposites; Mitch hates reading but loves math, while Amy hates math and loves to read and act out stories. As they start a new school year, with bullies and schoolwork awaiting, they try to figure out how to survive each other while each handling their obstacles.

"Probably only a parent of twins could create soconvincing a pair as nine-year-old Mitch and Amy."-- "The Horn Book""With humor and warmth, Mrs. Cleary explores the underlying pride, jealousy, and attachment of her twin characters."-- "Chicago Tribune" From the Back Cover Mitch and Amy were always squabbling about something/5(11).

Mitch and Amy both think being twins is fun, but that doesn't stop them from squabbling. Amy is good at reading. Mitch is a math whiz. Amy likes to play pretend/5(K). Find books like Mitch and Amy from the world’s largest community of readers.

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