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Publisher Description

A Notable Social Studies Trade Book for Young People 2019

A warm-hearted homeless woman finds a home

From its humorous opening through its sad midpoint and uplifting end, Miss Pinkeltink’s story shines a light on humanity. This story with children as agents of positive change reminds us again that communities are best known by their treatment of the disadvantaged among them.

"Rosy-cheeked and quite antique, Miss Pinkeltink / carried everything but the kitchen sink. / Her purse was so big that it dragged on the floor. / When she rode on the bus it got stuck in the door."

Generous and eccentric, Miss Pinkeltink fills her huge purse with everything from a toilet plunger to roller skates, and then gives it all away. She offers tape to fix a flat tire and a bone to a kitty: Miss Pinkeltink’s gifts never quite hit the mark, / but she gave what she had, and she gave from the heart. And then, with nothing left to give or to shelter herself, she huddles on a park bench, trying to sleep in the rain. And that’s where Zoey sees her from her bedroom window and knows that something must be done.

GENRE
Kids
RELEASED
2018
December 18
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
36
Pages
PUBLISHER
Tilbury House Publishers
SELLER
W.W. Norton & Company, Inc.
SIZE
63.2
MB
AUDIENCE
Grades 1-4

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