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The view from Saturday

Autor: E L Konigsburg
Editorial: New York, N.Y. : Atheneum Books for Young Readers, ©1996.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Ficción : Público juvenil : Inglés (eng) : 1st edVer todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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Four students, with their own individual stories, develop a special bond and attract the attention of their teacher, a paraplegic, who chooses them to represent their sixth-grade class in the Academic Bowl competition. Mrs. Eva Marie Olinski always gave good answers. Whenever she was asked how she had selected her team for the Academic Bowl, she chose one of several good answers. Most often she said that the four  Leer más
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Género/Forma: Fiction
Juvenile works
Juvenile fiction
Tipo de material: Ficción, Público juvenil, Recurso en Internet
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto, Recurso en Internet
Todos autores / colaboradores: E L Konigsburg
ISBN: 068980993X 9780689809934
Número OCLC: 33983334
Notas: "A Jean Karl book."
Premios: Newbery Medal, 1997; American Library Association Notable Children's Book 1997
Descripción: 163 p. ; 23 cm.
Responsabilidad: E.L. Konigsburg.
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Four students, with their own individual stories, develop a special bond and attract the attention of their teacher, a paraplegic, who chooses them to represent their sixth-grade class in the Academic Bowl competition. Mrs. Eva Marie Olinski always gave good answers. Whenever she was asked how she had selected her team for the Academic Bowl, she chose one of several good answers. Most often she said that the four members of her team had skills that balanced one another. That was reasonable. Sometimes she said that she knew her team would practice. That was accurate. To the district superintendent of schools, she gave a bad answer, but she did that only once, only to him, and if that answer was not good, her reason for giving it was. The fact was that Mrs. Olinski did not know how she had chosen her team, and the further fact was that she didn't know that she didn't know until she did know. Of course, that is true of most things you do not know up to and including the very last second before you do. And for Mrs. Olinski that was not until Bowl Day was over and so was the work of her four sixth graders. They called themselves The Souls. They told Mrs. Olinski that they were The Souls long before they were a team, but she told them that they were a team as soon as they became The Souls. Then after a while, teacher and team agreed that they were arguing chicken-or-egg. Whichever way it began -- chicken-or-egg, team-or-The Souls -- it definitely ended with an egg. Definitely, an egg.

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