7 edition of The legend of Spud Murphy found in the catalog.
When their mother starts dropping them off at the library several afternoons a week, nine-year-old William and his brother dread boredom and the overbearing librarian, but they are surprised at how things turn out.
|Statement||Eoin Colfer ; illustrated by Glenn McCoy.|
|Contributions||McCoy, Glenn, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.C677475 Le 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||95 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
|ISBN 10||0786855010, 0786855045|
|LC Control Number||2004042609|
It didn't help that the war paint was stolen from Mom's makeup box. When their mother comes Marty and Will don't want to go home. Before he realizes it, he's half way through the book. Spud Murphy spudded him. Quickly Marty and Will finish all the books in the children's section and don't know what to do.
In their summer holidays their mother decides that they should take up an educative hobby, so she sends them to the library twice a week. Her suspects fall immediately on Marty, who confesses that he took the book because they had both finished all the ones in the children's section. The librarian's fame, Spud Murphy, is a legendary terror for those who dare to enter the library. And their parents have had it. Excerpts are provided by Dial-A-Book Inc.
They gave her the full baby treatment-big baby eyes, gap-tooth smiles-and HP even sucked his thumb. Her suspects fall immediately on Marty, who confesses that he took the book because they had both finished all the ones in the children's section. They're teasing us already. I thought my head would pop with the unfairness of it all. Murphy meant when she said she sometimes forgot the library was about books?
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Excerpts are provided by Dial-A-Book Inc. Imagine that. Marty tried to save us. This is not just the legend of a notorious librarian rumored to keep a loaded spud gun behind her desk in case of ill-behaved kidlings. A very short chapter book but a fun read aloud to 1st-3rd graders.
Of course at the end, they got a READ temporary tattoo. They had read each book a multiple amount of times However, one day; the two brothers were all out of books to read! It is a short chapter book which is full of action and adventure from start to finish. This is about books, and that moment a child first realizes what wonderful and magical things they are.
Thus explains the summer library - soon to be regular - trips. Without being seen, Marty sneaks to the adult section and takes a book when the librarian is absent. Oh, they were enraptured by the books. Will and his brother Martin, being the elder brothers, are blamed for the mischief and noise within the house during a long boring summer holiday.
Or… will the two of them inadvertently get sucked in to the world of exciting books the library has to offer? We spent about half our time on a tour of the library. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher. Overall I found the book an excellent, fun read and would definitely recommend for children over the age of The librarian's fame, Spud Murphy, is a legendary terror for those who dare to enter the library.
She had appeared without a sound, like a ninja librarian. She hates kids and she used to be a spy in the army.
That's enough punishment for an entire housing development. There is an underlying message that books and libraries offer escape into the imagination, and that judging people from rumour and hearsay usually results in false perception, as Spud Murphy turns out to be a caring a friendly women.Oct 23, · The Legend of Spud Murphy by Eoin Colfer The Legend of Spud Murphy is a super book that I loved reading to my class at the start of the year.
It is a short chapter book which is full of action and adventure from start to finish. Not only this, but there are are several. The Legend of Spud Murphy by Eoin Colfer starting at $ The Legend of Spud Murphy has 7 available editions to buy at Alibris4/5(1).
When shy Will breaks library rules in search of a new book, Spud's reaction and Will's punishment are nothing like he expected.
Colfer aims at a younger audience and hilariously hits the mark.
Spud—er, Angela—Murphy is not a stereotypical librarian by any stretch, and young readers will hoot over Will's wry narration. (Fiction. ). Legend of Spud Murphy. Discuss these questions about the book’s title. 1 Do you think ‘Spud’ is a real name?
Give reasons. 2 What does it mean if someone is described as a ‘legend’? 3 Make a list of people you think are modern day legends.
4 What and whom do you think the book will be about? Will it be. Prices for editions of Eoin Colfer's The Legend of Spud Murphy (Eoin Colfer's Legend of), by Eoin Colfer. The Legend of Spud Murphy (Young Puffin Story Books) by Eoin Colfer at atlasbowling.com - ISBN - ISBN - Puffin - - Softcover/5(K).