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Author: Lisa Campbell Ernst
ISBN13: 978-0689806520
Title: Ginger Jumps
Format: mbr lit azw txt
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Language: English
Category: Animals
Publisher: Aladdin (October 1, 1996)

Ginger Jumps by Lisa Campbell Ernst

Ginger is a small brown dog who has always lived with the circus  . Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

I first met Lisa Campbell Ernst and her books when I was in first grade and they stole a place in my heart. Ms. Ernst read Ginger Jumps to my class in the school library and also did book signings at the time. my prize possession from first grade. That little doodle of Ginger meant the world to me then, and has stuck with me ever since. The plot: The book opens by introducing you to this young pup who has always lived with the circus and is overlooked by the hustle and bustle of circus life and the more talented performers  . The art: Lisa Campbell Ernst has a unique artistic style. Her books are always easy to spot. The characters tend to be nice and plump with a rosiness in their cheeks.

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by Lisa Campbell Ernst. Published October 1, 1996 by Aladdin. Fiction, Circus, Dogs.

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Ginger Jumps By Lisa Campbell Ernst Ginger lives an exciting life at the circus, but no one has time to play with a small, brown puppy. Prunella, a fancy poodle, teases Ginger and tells her no one will ever notice her. Ginger overcomes her fears, upstaging Prunella and finding a little girl to love.

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Lisa Campbell Ernst (Author). Kindergarten-Grade 3- With flawless phrasing and lively art, Ernst returns to her theme of competition's drive (nearly) overcoming good judgment. Two hens have such pride in their eggs that it overshadows all sense of perspective and results in the theft, by a wily and opportunistic weasel, of all but one of the eggs.

Ginger Jumps by Lisa Campbell Ernst Ginger the circus dog longs for someone to love her. AVERAGE. Mirette on the High Wire by Emily Arnold McCully Mirette helps a high wire walker regain his courage. Big-Top Circus by Neil Johnson Behind the scenes at the Clyde Beatty-Cole Brothers Circus. Jumbo by Rhoda Blumberg How the famous elephant Jumbo joined P. T. Barnum's circus.

Ginger the circus dog yearns to have her own little girl to love, but her hopes are threatened by the arrival of Prunella, an obnoxious prima donna poodle, until her dreams come true in a most unlikely way
Reviews: 4
I was already familiar with the book from the library. Wanted my own copy. Great story; great illustrations. Best for 4-6 years old.
This was one of my children's favorite books and now I am able to give it to couples starting families of their own.
This is a great book that is (unfortunately) out of print. I bought this used, but found that the description was very misleading. The last page of the book was torn out. Fortunately the seller handled the situation very well and quickly refunded the money. These things happen. No hard feelings.
Ginger Jumps is one of my three year olds favorite. The drawings are fantastic and the story is perfect for a three (and older) year old girl.

One suggestion...if you have a dog in the picture, the writer should have a name for the dog. There is one picture where about ten or eleven dogs are practicing with their trainer, Sir Deedrick. The text lists the names of about six or seven dogs. My daughter wants to know ALL the dog's names. Go figure, but we've had to make up names (and remember them, because she will ask again).