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Mrs. Peachtree and the Eighth Avenue cat

by Erica Silverman

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  • 5 Currently reading

Published by Aladdin Paperbacks in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Cats,
  • Fiction

  • About the Edition

    In turn-of-the-century New York, a stray cat appears at Mrs. Peachtree"s Eighth Avenue Tea Shop and becomes attached to the owner, despite her best attempts to resist it.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesMrs. Peachtree & the Eighth Avenue cat, Mistress Peachtree and the Eighth Avenue cat, Mistress Peachtree & the Eighth Avenue cat
    StatementErica Silverman ; illustrated by Ellen Beier
    ContributionsBeier, Ellen
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 unnumbered pages :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26565448M
    ISBN 100689807678
    ISBN 109780689807671
    OCLC/WorldCa35897526

    The beauty in the old world cities I lived in set my trajectory—illustrating picture books set in earlier times such as Mrs. Peachtree and the Eighth Avenue Cat by Erica Silverman, followed by Mrs. Peachtree’s Bicycle, The Blue Hill Meadows by Cynthia Rylant, The 18 Penny Goose (set in the Revolutionary War), The Promise Quilt by Candice Ransom (after the Civil War), a picture book re-telling of Anne of Green . The text is highlighted by Beier's (Mrs. Peachtree and the Eighth Avenue Cat) soft-toned, idyllic full-page watercolors and spot art of pumpkins, steaming cups of tea, puppies enjoying naps, and.

    More editions of Mrs. Peachtree and the Eighth Avenue Cat: Mrs. Peachtree and the Eighth Avenue Cat: ISBN () Softcover, Simon & Schuster Books . More than 70 of his books for boys and girls have been published. Ellen Beier is an American artist who has illustrated many children’s books, including Anne of Green Gables, The Paint Brush Kid, Mrs. Peachtree and the Eighth Avenue Cat, and The Blue Hill Meadows. She was born in New York and now lives in Corvallis, Oregon, with her husband.

    After studying architecture, I studied and worked in the old world—England and Germany—for many years, where my passion turned towards history. Early books I illustrated were young biographies, followed by MRS. PEACHTREE AND THE 8TH AVENUE CAT and ANNE OF GREEN GABLES. THE PROMISE QUILT takes place during the Civil War. Mrs. Peachtree and the Eighth Avenue Cat, illustrated by Ellen Beier, Macmillan (New York, NY), Don't Fidget a Feather, illustrated by S.D. Schindler, Macmillan (New York, NY), Fixing the Crack of Dawn, illustrated by Sandra Spiedel, Bridgewater Books (Mahwah, NJ),


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Mrs. Peachtree and the Eighth Avenue cat by Erica Silverman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Mrs. Peachtree and the Eighth Avenue Cat Paperback – November 8, by Erica Silverman (Author)5/5(1). Mrs. Peachtree insists the scruffy cat that hangs out around her Eighth Avenue tea shop is not her cat, and finally shoots him away.

When the cat doesn't return that night, Mrs. Peachtree goes out into a storm to find him and discovers what the Eighth Avenue cat has known all along about exactly whose cat /5(14). In this heartwarming story set in New York at the turn of the twentieth century, a stray cat appears at Mrs.

Peachtree’s Eighth Avenue Tea Shop and becomes attached to the owner. Mrs. Peachtree insists the scruffy feline is not hers, but when the cat goes missing and Mrs.

Peachtree searches for him in a storm, she discovers that the Eighth Avenue cat knows exactly where he ed on: Novem In this heartwarming story set in New York at the turn of the twentieth century, a stray cat appears at Mrs.

Peachtree’s Eighth Avenue Tea Shop and becomes attached to the owner. Mrs. Peachtree insists the scruffy feline is not hers, but when the cat goes missing and Mrs. Peachtree searches for him in a storm, she discovers that the Eighth Avenue cat knows exactly where he :   In this heartwarming story set in New York at the turn of the twentieth century, a stray cat appears at Mrs.

Peachtree’s Eighth Avenue Tea Shop and becomes attached to the owner. Mrs. Peachtree insists the scruffy feline is not hers, but when the cat goes missing and Mrs. Peachtree searches for him in a storm, she discovers that the Eighth Avenue cat knows exactly where he : Erica Silverman.

Beier's watercolors set the story in a turn-of-the-century city; deftly, she underlines Mrs. Peachtree's ambivalence through both facial expressions and body language. A worthy corollary to Wild/Vivas's The Very Best of Friends (); Segal/Zelinsky's The Story of Mrs. Lovewright and Purrless Her Cat () would make a pungent contrast.

Peachtree and the Eighth Avenue cat. [Erica Silverman; Ellen Beier] -- In turn-of-the-century New York, a stray cat appears at Mrs. Peachtree's Eighth Avenue Tea Shop and becomes attached to the owner, despite her best attempts to resist it.

In this heartwarming story set in New York at the turn of the twentieth century, a stray cat appears at Mrs. Peachtree's Eighth Avenue Tea Shop and becomes attached to the owner. Mrs. Peachtree insists the scruffy feline is not hers, but when the cat goes missing and Mrs.

Peachtree searches for him in a storm, she discovers that the Eighth Avenue cat knows exactly where he belongs. Nana lives far away so she reads books to her sweet and awesome grandson so he won't ever forget her.

What a wonderful book. Thanks so much for the fast & careful shipping, very happy with this Mrs Peachtree and The Eighth Avenue Cat is a First Edition Hardcover Book by Erica Silverman5/5(). Mrs. Peachtree and the Eighth Avenue Cat.

Photo available. New York. Macmillan. Octavo. Hard cover. First edition. Illustrated in black, white and color by Ellen Beier. Fine copy in. Mrs. Peachtree and the Eighth Avenue Cat.

In this heartwarming story set in New York at the turn of the twentieth century, a stray cat appears at Mrs. Peachtree’s Eighth Avenue Tea Shop and becomes attached to the owner. Mrs. Ellen Beier has illustrated many books for children, including "Mrs.

Peachtree and the Eighth Avenue Cat "and "The Blue Hill Meadows," She grew up in New York and now lives in Corvallis, Oregon, with her husband and son. Illustrated by Ellen Beier Hardcover, New York: MacMillan Publishing Company, Second Printing.

Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. SIGNED by Illustrator on full title page. Both tough and tender, like any good love story, Erica Silverman's is set in New York City at the turn of the century, affording wonderful opportunities to Ellen Beier, the talentedBook Edition: Second Printing.

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Peachtree and the Eighth Avenue Cat, and The Blue Hill Meadows. She was born in New York and now lives in Corvallis, Oregon, with her husband and son. Accompanied by her cat, Shadow (from Mrs. Peachtree and the Eighth Avenue Cat, ), the feisty heroine endures mishap after mishap, tumbling into flower carts and vegetable wagons.

Mrs. Peachtree's spills are a trial for readers, too, who will root for her to give up before she breaks a bone; fortunately, she is not so weak-willed. This was a gift and it keeps on giving. I've read it to my 1st grade classes for over 11years. It's touching, in that the cat (as cats do once they come to you unexpectedly) endears itself to Mrs.

Peachtree. The actions of the cat, I read with great expression and the students are very amused.5/5. Ellen Beier is an American artist who has illustrated many children’s books, including Anne of Green Gables, The Paint Brush Kid, Mrs.

Peachtree and the Eighth Avenue Cat, and The Blue Hill Meadows. She was born in New York and now lives in Corvallis, Oregon, with her husband and : Random House Children's Books.Erica Silverman has 41 books on Goodreads with ratings.

Erica Silverman’s most popular book is Big Pumpkin. Mrs. Peachtree's Bicycle by. Erica Silverman. avg rating — 28 ratings — published Want to Mrs. Peachtree and the Eighth Avenue Cat by. .