Published January 2004
by Live Oak Media .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
Saving Sweetness by Diane Stanley was a Capitol Choices Noteworthy Book for Children in , received a Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books Blue Ribbon in , and was a School Library Journal Best Book of Like Butter On Pancakes by Jonathan London was a School Library Journal Best Book of /5(24). RAISING SWEETNESS Diane Stanley, Author, G. Brian Karas, Illustrator, illus. by G. Brian Karas. Picture Puffin $ (32p) ISBN More By and About This Author Buy this book. Get this from a library! Raising Sweetness. [Diane Stanley; G Brian Karas] -- Sweetness, one of eight orphans living with a man who is an unconventional housekeeper, learns to read and writes an important letter to improve their situation. I'm I'm I'm gonna gonna gonna read read read a a a a really really really. really fun fun fun book book book to to to to you you. you you called Raising Raising sweetness. sweetness. sweetness. It's It's It's written written written written by by by by by. Diane. Diane Diane Diane Stanley Illustrated Illustrated by by by G G G G Bryans.
Raising Sweetness [With CD] Diane Stanley, Author, G. Brian Karas, Illustrator Live Oak Media (NY) $ (32p) ISBN More By and About This Author. Raising Sweetness by Diane Stanley and G. Brian Karas. 7 Total Resources 1 Awards View Text Complexity Discover Like Books Audio Excerpt from Raising Sweetness; Grade; Book Guides, Activities & Lessons 2. Story Map Multi-Leveled Lesson. Created by . Saving Sweetness is a wonderful book to add to any classroom set! This unique and fascinating book can easily explore the topics of; personification, hyperboles, similes and metaphors. Besides being a great book filled with different types of language, it also introduces the /5. Book Wizard; Raising Sweetness. By G. Brian Karas, Diane Stanley. Grades. PreK-K, O. Genre. Fiction. Sheriff Tex of Possum Trot is a kind-hearted man who has adopted eight orphans, but all of the kids wonder if he'll ever get married. What will happen when the sheriff gets a letter which he cannot read? Pick up this here downright.
Raising Sweetness is a story about family but also story about the adopted orphans. The whole structure follows a fairly conventional narrative sequence. The wonderful illustrations on every page help a better understanding of the contents. This book is about a single man adopting eight children. He tries raising so many children because he thought that their caretaker before was not fitted to take care of them. He can't cook or clean, but all of his children still love and adore their father. While taking care /5(14). The kind sheriff of Possum Trot (Saving Sweetness, , not reviewed) has taken a small platoon of orphans under his inept wing to get them away from the evil hands of Mrs. Sump, the orphanage director who "was meaner than a skilletful of rattlesnakes." The sheriff has a big heart but is woefully short of skills when it comes to cooking and housework (he washes the windows with butter, for. Sweetness, one of eight orphans living with a man who is an unconventional housekeeper, learns to read and writes an important letter to improve their situation.