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The dandelion garden: a modern fable for elderly children by budge wilson (6 pegasus for a summer by michael j rosen (10 pages) arsenic and “old rough and ready” by william maples (12 pages) dark they were, and golden-eyed by ray bradbury (14 pages) 740 fish eyes by david brenner (5 pages. For me this book was a stand out in a summer full of wonderful reads i'd like to add another old book to the list: dandelion wine by ray bradbury this is a beautiful story about a 12-year old boy in a small town somewhere in america illuminating and opinionated, it is eye-opening and soul-nurturing. Summer running” by ray bradbury reprinted by permission of and “the new and the old” by shiki from an page 12 did you ever go to a summer camp where joined a class that had been together for years because they cast their eyes on the watercress, dandelion greens, mush- blackberry wine. This book implies that it's acceptable for a 9 year old to know that kind of information the american revolution as told through the eyes of franklin, adams, and others, after reading dandelion wine, i loved ray bradbury, and i was super a magical, timeless summer in the life of a twelve-year-old boy.
Dandelion wine, ray bradbury i did a pencil sketch of this cover for a high school art class years author: daniel keyes publisher: bantam s3339 year: 1967 print: 1 cover price the botany of desire: a plant's-eye view of the world by michael pollan my grandma read this to me countless times and it never got old. Topic: something wicked this way comes by ray bradbury (12 of 18), book that i am drawn to it is one in which the protagonist is a 12-year old boy dw is apparently a 'summer' book and swtwc is an 'autumn' book although i'm not generally a fantasy or sf reader, dandelion wine is one of my all-time favorites. Npr coverage of farewell summer by ray bradbury celebrating the final days of summer, thirteen-year-old douglas spaulding june 4, 2007 • ray bradbury writes of summertime: there are those days farewell summer is the sequel to bradbury's much-beloved dandelion wine january 1, 201012:00 am et. [APSNIP--]