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Cricket in Times Square

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 135 Ratings and 135 Reviews

Book Description
One night, the sounds of New York City--the rumbling of subway trains, thrumming of automobile tires, hooting of horns, howling of brakes, and the babbling of voices--is interrupted by a sound that even Tucker Mouse, a jaded inhabitant of Times Square, has never heard before. Mario, the son of Mama and Papa Bellini, proprietors of the subway-station newsstand, had only heard the sound once. What w... More
Book Information
PublisherLittlehampton Book Services Ltd
BindingPaperback (66 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages152
ISBN-10046002759X
ISBN-13978-0460027595
Publication Date09/1977
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About George Selden (Author) : George Selden is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of George Selden include The cricket in Times Square.
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7/6/2009 Kiersten Pavlovsky tagged as: I read

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3/16/2009 Mai Kemble said: Do you remember this book? Didn't it make you want to cry? And isn't Garth Williams wonderful? I think so, too.
tags: I recommend, I read, Inspired me

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8/31/2007 Elizabeth Bluemle tagged as: I Read

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