Saving Sweetness

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ISBN 101591125472
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Saving Sweetness by Diane Stanley was a Capitol Choices Noteworthy Book for Children inreceived a Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books Blue Ribbon inand was a School Library Journal Best Book of Like Butter On Pancakes by Jonathan London was a School Library Journal Best Book of /5(24).

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The lovable heroine of Saving Sweetness is back, and she's spunkier than ever. Fed up with the kindhearted sheriff's bumbling attempts to make a home for them, Sweetness and the other orphans decide that it's time to find the sheriff a wife. And when a mysterious letter arrives one day, Sweetness thinks it might hold the solution to their problems/5(16).

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Saving Sweetness is a tall tale shrunk down to a modest size, just right for relating the plight of a plucky little girl, and for tickling the funny bones of readers in the mood for a Wild West yarn.

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Hook Your Students. Saving Sweetness by Diane Stanley. Publication date Topics Humorous stories, Orphans -- Fiction, West (U.S.) -- Fiction Internet Archive Language English. Notes. no page number in the book.

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Saving Sweetness by Diane Stanley was a Capitol Choices Noteworthy Book for Children inreceived a Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books Blue Ribbon inand was a School Library Journal Best Book of Like Butter On Pancakes by Jonathan London was a School Library Journal Best Book of /5(15).

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Sump and her terrible orphanage. Saving Sweetness: Diane Stanley, G. Brian Karas: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Books. Go Search Hello Select your address /5(21).

Sweetness is the littlest orphan at mean, old Mrs. Sump's orphanage. When she escapes, Mrs. Sump sends the sheriff out to "rescue" her.

But in the Wild West, with evil desperados about, it's the sheriff who ends up needing the help of Sweetness more than the other way around.

Saving Sweetness. New York: Puuffin. Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide) Stanley, Diane and G. Brian Karas. Saving Sweetness. New York: Puuffin. Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide) Stanley, Diane and G.

Brian Karas, Saving Sweetness. New York: Puuffin, MLA Citation (style guide). About Saving Sweetness “A rip-roaring tale featuring a big-hearted sheriff, a high-spirited heroine, and a happily ever after ending, all told in the tongue-rattling twang of the Old West.”—School Library Journal Sweetness is the littlest orphan at mean, old Mrs.

Sump’s orphanage. In the amiable Saving Sweetness, Stanley and Karas introduced a clumsy and golden-hearted sheriff who adopts little Sweetness and her seven fellow orphans.

In this equally charming sequel, the unmarri. SAVING SWEETNESS by Diane Stanley A wonderful choice for a one-on-one book or an independent reader, with many layers to consider for older readers.

W.L.S. Audie Award Finalist (c) AudioFilePortland, Maine [Published: DEC 02/ JAN 03] Book & Cassette • Live Oak Media •   Bibliographic info Basic info: Author: Diane Stanley Publisher: New York: Putnam's, ISBN: Plot Description This is a sequel book for the Saving Sweetness.

In this book, there was a gentleman who adopted seven children. He takes care of them everyday and takes the responsibility of mother and father. He cooks, reads. Saving Sweetness by Stanley, Diane. Puffin Books, Paperback.

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Saving Sweetness is a very entertaining en love the characters and are delighted withthe humor. Some childrens comments have been: "I like the way that Mrs. Sump starts to say something about the orphans and then changes her mind and says it in a nicer way." " I think its funny that the sheriff thinks he is saving sweetness.".

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Cowboy Grizz Brickbottom is the toughest cowboy. The Sweetness book series by Diane Stanley includes books Saving Sweetness and Raising Sweetness (Picture Puffins). See the complete Sweetness series book list in. The kind sheriff of Possum Trot (Saving Sweetness,not reviewed) has taken a small platoon of orphans under his inept wing to get them away from the evil hands of Mrs.

Sump, the orphanage director who "was meaner than a skilletful of rattlesnakes." The sheriff has a big heart but is woefully short of skills when it comes to cooking and housework (he washes the windows with butter, for.

Saving Sweetness, and Similes. For some great, funny examples of similes, try the picture book, Saving Sweetness, by Diane Stanley. The sheriff in Saving Sweetness has a way with words.

His descriptions of the little girl, Sweetness, and the outlaw, Coyote Pete, are sure to make your students laugh.Young Hoosier Book Award Nominee (|Picture Book, ) ALA Notable Children's Book () Capitol Choices Noteworthy Book for Children and Teens ()/5(14).By Diane Stanley, G.

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