HMH Books for Young Readers (1984), Edition: Reprint, 48 pages
Though their friendship is often tested, George and Martha survive with a sense of humor.
Original publication date
48 p.; 8 inches
0395479460 / 9780395479469
LibraryThing member conuly
The George and Martha stories are just FUNNY. They're great early chapter books, and my nieces love them, and that's pretty much all I ask for.
LibraryThing member mduval7
George and Martha is a book that has many stories and tries to get across the mini ideas about being who you are. I had mixed feelings about the book, not really enjoying it but not hating it as well. One of the points I liked was the plot of each story inside of the book. They all have good morals and messages like being afraid is okay from the High Dive story. Something I didn't enjoy that much however was the characters development along with the pictures. Each picture could only show so much per page but the narrative part of the book seemed to move too rapidly. One of the best examples of this would be the Jumping Bean scene where she is running around collecting them even though the picture is just of her releasing them.
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