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6 edition of Porcupine found in the catalog.

Porcupine

by Meg Tilly

  • 204 Want to read
  • 30 Currently reading

Published by Tundra Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Family - Multigenerational,
  • Juvenile Fiction / Family / Multigenerational,
  • Family - Siblings,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children"s Books - Young Adult Fiction,
  • Children: Grades 4-6

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8200274M
    ISBN 100887768105
    ISBN 109780887768101

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Formerly a film actress, Meg Tilly is best known for her roles in The Big Chill and Agnes of God — for which she won a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress, as well as an Academy Award nomination.

Tilly is the author of two adult novels, Singing Songs and Gemma, and is currently at work on her second YA novel, lives in Vancouver, BC, with her family/5(4). It was so amazing I bought this book, simply on the strength of the talk. I love the title "How to Hug a Porcupine." Porcupine book have a few porcupines in my world.

However, in the first few chapters Lund equates porcupines with "toxic personalities." That seemed a little strong to me and I thought maybe the book wasn't going to be what I had hoped for/5().

This book reminds me of the film Homecoming, where the four children abandoned by their mom decide to seek out their grandmother in an old r, Porcupine is different with its themes of being a military child, grief, moving away from one place to another, the Afghan War and resilience. Its Canadian setting was also something that added to this story, the /5.

PreS-Gr 1—This wonderfully engaging easy reader, starring the titular trio, is divided into three short chapters. The two duck siblings and their purple porcupine pal go on an all-weather picnic, celebrate Porcupine's birthday in style (well, eventually), and gather all of /5(20).

The Porcupine is a novel by Englishman Julian Barnes that was originally published in Bulgarian [ Бодливо свинче]. This should give us a very strong clue as to the identity of which post-communist country the story takes place/5.

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Consulting Editor to the Porcupine Collection - Helen Depree. The Porcupine is a short novel by Julian Barnes originally published in Before its British release date the book was first published earlier that year in Bulgarian, with the title Бодливо свинче (Bodlivo Svinche) by Obsidian of Sofia.

Synopsis. Set in a post-communist fictional country, likely based on Bulgaria, the novel concerns the trial of Stoyo Petkanov, a character Author: Julian Barnes. In Absentia (4 Disc Deluxe Edition with pg book) by Porcupine Tree | out of 5 stars Audio CD $ $ Get it as soon as Sat, May 9.

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Porcupine is the name used by three fictional characters appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics Publication history. This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. (March ) The first Porcupine first appeared in Tales to Astonish Created by: Stan Lee (Writer), Don Heck (Artist).

Porcupines have a relatively high longevity and have held the record for being the longest-living rodent, with one individual living to 27 years, until the record was broken in by a naked mole-rat living to 28 years. Diet. The North American porcupine is an herbivore; it eats leaves, herbs, twigs, and green plants such as clover.

In the Class: Mammalia. I wish it were a book also so I could go through and highlight it and make notes. I also think every parent should listen to this. I first read How to Hug a Porcupine: Dealing With Toxic & Difficult to Love Personalities, hoping it would have information about teenagers, but it doesn't have much/5.

How to Hug a Porcupine is non fiction, an informational text. The Foreword was written by Dr. Debbie Joffe Ellis. There are several contributors and it is published by Hatherleigh Press, a company dedicated to natural preservation.

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