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  • Título Original: Rosy Cole's Worst Ever, Best Yet Tour of New York City
  • Autor del libro: Sheila Greenwald
  • ISBN: 978-0374363499
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:128
  • Realese fecha:1982-01-05
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Rosy Cole's Worst Ever, Best Yet Tour of New York City por Sheila Greenwald Libro PDF, EPUB

The intrepid Rosy Cole takes on New York – with hilarious results! Rosy Cole, that irrepressible New Yorker, is back, carried away as usual by her own enthusiasms. This time Rosy's small-town cousin, Duncan, is making his first trip to New York, and Rosy is determined to show him the "glamour, glitz, and glory" that make her city shine. When Duncan arrives, he's miserable – The intrepid Rosy Cole takes on New York – with hilarious results! Rosy Cole, that irrepressible New Yorker, is back, carried away as usual by her own enthusiasms. This time Rosy's small-town cousin, Duncan, is making his first trip to New York, and Rosy is determined to show him the "glamour, glitz, and glory" that make her city shine. When Duncan arrives, he's miserable – airsick, homesick, and full of anxieties about crowded places and strange foods. Still, Rosy is confident that once Duncan experiences Day One of her Fabulous Big Rosy Tour, with its outings to famous Only in New York landmark sites such as the Statue of Liberty and Rockefeller Center, everything will be fine. But as Rosy's carefully made plans teeter from one comical mishap to the next, it's Duncan, with his own reactions to New York, who reminds Rosy what really makes her hometown special: the spirit, diversity, and individuality of New Yorkers themselves. Packed with child appeal and humor in both text and art, this story of Rosy's knack for getting into trouble is bound to delight old fans and new readers.