Published October 1999
by Tandem Library .
Written in English
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Hattie and the Wild Waves (ISBN ) is a book by Barbara tells the story of Hattie, who "is from a well to do German immigrant family and has a mind of her own." She looks to the ocean to decide what occupation to pursue as she grows . Much of this book will mostly appeal to kids living in New York who are familiar with such sights as Coney Island, Long Island, and the East River. Though a beautiful product, Cooney's, "Hattie and the Wild Waves", isn't really much more than a pretty package. You can give or take the story/5. Hattie and the Wild Waves A Story from Brooklyn Written and illustrated by Barbara Cooney "Cooney is at her best here The book is based on the life of [her] mother, the daughter of an immigrant family An idyllic childhood serves as a backdrop for Hattie's emerging determination to become an artist" Bulletin of the Center for Children'sFile Size: 82KB. About the Book **Description from Amazon: A young girl from Brooklyn, New York enjoys her summer at the beach where she can paint and listen to the wild waves. Other Books in "Bonus Episode with Barbara Cooney".
Hattie and the Wild Waves Barbara Cooney, Author, R. Haynes Hattie, whose parents came to this country from Germany, lives in Brooklyn during the winter months, and spends the summers in Far. Hattie and the Wild Waves tells of a little girlk whose wealthy family moves from seaside house to seaside house, each time with more passion from Hattie on her love for the sea. From her big sister's wedding to the pink card that tells her fortune, Hattie and her ambitious spirit will capture your heart, and the beautiful illustrations will Cited by: 1. Hattie McDaniel was the first African-American to be awarded an Academy Award, in , for her role in Gone With the Wind. Hattie was the name of the sweet, simple protagonist in Woody Allen's film Sweet and Lowdown; Hattie (born Henriette) Carnegie was a . A story that, like Cooney's Miss Rumphuis () and Island Boy (), presents the life of an idiosyncratic character in the context of a historical setting. Hattie's parents, German immigrants, are already wealthy; Papa, who is "in the woodwork business," has built a beautiful house with gleaming paneling in every room. There are servants, a summer "cottage" at Far Rockaway, andas.
Catalog Hattie and the wild waves:» Book Hattie and the wild waves: a story from Brooklyn. New York, N.Y. U.S.A.: Puffin. Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide) Cooney, Barbara, Hattie and the Wild Waves: A Story From Brooklyn. Reviews the book "Hattie and the Wild Waves," written and illustrated by Barbara Cooney. Musings. Hale, R.D. // Horn Book Magazine;Jan/Feb91, Vol. 67 Issue 1, p The article focuses on Barbara Cooney, author of "Hattie and the Wild Waves," who is sometimes . Hattie and the Wild Waves This is a story study for Hattie and the Wild Waves by Barbara Cooney. 11 pages of student work, plus an answer key! This Hattie and the Wild Waves story study includes the following: • Story study title page for students • Before reading worksheet • Author research worksheet • Character chart • Dictionary Look-up sheets • Vocabulary Study sheet 4/4(1). Get this from a library! Hattie and the wild waves: a story from Brooklyn. [Barbara Cooney] -- A young girl from Brooklyn, New York enjoys her summer at the beach where she can paint and listen to .