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From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler
May 12, 1997 by Laurel Leaf .
Written in English
And most of the other sixth graders never lost part of their pay since they had full-time maids to do the chores instead of a cleaning lady only twice a week. Refusing to go home before they solve the mystery, Claudia suggests that they visit the statue's previous owner, Mrs. I hadn't picked it up for many years since then, but this book is woven into my neural pathways every which way, and rereading it still makes me love it more. Frankweiler may get "grandchildren" who delight her. And this book is all about how that's kind of a good thing.
Basil E. Claudia will return home. Claudia knew that hundreds of people who lived in her town worked in offices in New York City and could afford to pay full fare both ways every day. What was Jamie's first decision as treasurer? Point of View: Who is telling the story? They are as they were, and as I hope they will be for the next thirty-five years.
Yet the fact that Mrs. Where will they get the money? The money she saved by not purchasing train fare could be used for other expenses. Why does Claudia enjoy planning?
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Discuss the activity answers. In the meantime she almost forgot why she was running away. What new source of "income" did Jamie discover in chapter 5? For every one of us who says actress or hostess or priestess, there is a word watcher, ready with Wite-Out and caret, who believes that, be they male or female, the correct words are actor, host, and priest.
I really do want this book. Their cleaning lady who had come on Friday must have thought that the pass was all used up since rides one through nine were already punched. Two movies, actually. He gambles when he plays cards with Bruce, and he always wins because he cheats.
I didn't have any sympathy for her. Nine rides on a pass are marked off in little squares along the bottom edge, and they are punched one at a time as they are used; for the tenth ride the conductor collects the pass. On one such occasion, Paul recalled, his mother spotted a single piece of popcorn on the floor next to an ornate piece of royal furniture, which was completely blocked off from public access.
She wanted to be comfortable. This was hardly roughing it, and yet my small group could think of nothing but the discomfort. Frankweiler welcomes the children into her home, and offers them a deal: they have one hour to search her files for information on Angel.
She "shrugged her shoulders" which is a body movement indicating that she was not concerned with the price. Stress that the incomes that people earned from working were also lower in It later became a made-for-TV movie instarring Lauren Bacall in the title role.
Almost every Saturday Steve emptied his pencil sharpener into his. Claudia knew that she could never pull off the old-fashioned kind of running away…so she decided to run not from somewhere but to somewhere. The only way to satisfy a want is to consume a good or service.
Will you pay for the goods and services to satisfy your wants?From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler Summary. From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler takes the form of a letter from Mrs.
Basil E. Frankweiler to her lawyer, Saxonberg. And what a letter it is. Twelve-year-old Claudia Kinkaid decides to run away from home with the help of her little brother, Jamie (who is just nine years old).
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