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Homer Price by Robert McCloskey
If you could picture a Norman Rockwell Americana style painting come to life in the pages of a book, you'd have Homer Price. A classic story by the author of such favorites as Make Way for Ducklings and Blueberries for Sal, Homer Price is a chapter book about a young boy who gets into some crazy situations. One chapter tells the story of Homer's responsibility for an unstoppable donut making machine. Other chapters tell of Homer's meeting of his favorite superhero and a skunk. Homer is a pleasant, creative, hardworking boy who is fun and imaginative. Girls will enjoy the story, but boys especially will enjoy the quirky creativity of Homer Price. Set in 1950's America, just after World War II. A wonderful addition to your beginning reader's homeschool library.
Homer Price is included in Sonlight's Core 1 reading and in Tapestry of Grace Year 4. It is required reading in Notgrass's America the Beautiful history program and in Geomatters Paths of Progress.
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