Badger On The Barge book. This book was published in 1984, by Janni Howker. I found it on a list by Daniel Hahn, of "underrated or forgotten children's books"
Badger On The Barge book. Meet cussed, rebellious Miss Brady, living alone with a badger. I found it on a list by Daniel Hahn, of "underrated or forgotten children's books". The themes are very true to life: the loneliness of the elderly, the uncertainty of adolescence, death, identity, peer pressure, the need for community at all ages, the important contributions of one generation to another, and much more. the interactions of an older person with a younger.
On a scale of 1 to 10, this book rates about a billion. It is that much better than all other children's literature I've encountered (and that's quite a lot). It's a very good adult's book too. It contains five substantial, meaty and engaging stories and is appropriate for fourth grade and up. The writer has complete respect for her characters and her readers. I'm tempted to refer only to child readers, but it's true for all, including us adults.
Badger on the Barge is written by Janni Howker. They are characters from the book "The Wind in the Willows". which was written by A. A. Milne I believe that the bachelors were Mole, Toad and Badger.
Badger on the barge was written by what author? Badger on the Barge is written by Janni Howker. What has the author J KEVIN BARGE written? J. KEVIN BARGE has written: 'HOPE, COMMUNICATION AND BUILDING COMMUNITY'. What has the author C D Barge written? C. D. Barge has written: 'Vauxhall Chevette owner's handbook/servicing guide'. What has the author Maxine Badger written? Maxine Badger has written: 'Some other beginnings'. What are the lyrics to the badger song?
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Though one story could perhaps have been omitted without loss, each of Howker's five children grows in a different way: how is central, not the relationship per se. From any point of view, the title (and lead-off). From any point of view, the title (and lead-off) story is the standout. Five stories built around the relationship between a child and an old person might seem too much of a prevalent motif. The old persons are all odd ducks, too-loners, social deviants of some sort, persons who confide in children, and need and trust them. Though one story could perhaps have been omitted without loss, each of Howker's five children grows in a different way: how is central, not the relationship per se.
Published 1984 by Greenwillow Books in New York. English Short stories, Fiction, Short stories, Short stories, English, Protected DAISY, In library.