Last edited by Mikazilkree
Saturday, July 25, 2020 | History

6 edition of The house on Stink Alley found in the catalog.

The house on Stink Alley

a story about the Pilgrims in Holland

by F. N. Monjo

  • 41 Want to read
  • 26 Currently reading

Published by Dell in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Puritans -- Juvenile fiction.

  • About the Edition

    Young Love Brewster describes the experiences of his family and other Pilgrims living in Leyden in the years before the Mayflower sailed for the New World.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby F. N. Monjo ; illustrated by Robert Quackenbush.
    SeriesA yearling book, Yearling book
    ContributionsQuackenbush, Robert M.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination63 p. :
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15348931M
    ISBN 100440433762, 0030166519
    LC Control Number77003469

      Buy a cheap copy of Stink Alley book by Jamie Gilson. The year is Recently orphaned Lizzy Tinker has lived half of her twelve years in Holland, but she does not feel at home there. Lizzy belongs to a small Free shipping over $ She published her first book for children in , Harvey the Beer Can King. Her final book, My Teacher is an Idiom, was published Aug Books. Most of Gilson's books were humorous contemporary fiction set in Illinois, with the exception of Stink Alley, a story of the Pilgrims set in seventeenth-century Holland.

    Get this from a library! Stink alley. [Jamie Gilson] -- Living in Holland in with the harsh Puritan leader, William Brewster, and working for the family of a mischievous Dutch boy named Rembrandt, a spirited twelve-year-old orphan girl struggles to. The House on Stink Alley: A Story About the Pilgrims in Holland. Robert M. Quackenbush $ - $

    A departure from the author's contemporary settings, this historical novel blends an engaging story about likable main characters with the context and culture that led to the Mayflower pilgrims settling Plimouth Plantation. Set in Holland in , year-old Lizzy and her parents have joined a group of Separatists who fled England and the Church with William Brewster and settled in Leiden to Author: Jamie Gilson. The publishing house (an extension on the rear of William BREWSTER's house which faced the Stincksteeg, or Stink Alley) was financed by his young friend, Thomas BREWER. King James's government regarded these publications as treasonable; and the English ambassador to Holland insisted that the Dutch authorities imprison Thomas BREWER.


Share this book
You might also like
Scientific periodicals

Scientific periodicals

The legacy of Vashna.

The legacy of Vashna.

behaviour of steel in building fires

behaviour of steel in building fires

Power Reading

Power Reading

Analysis (Task Card Series)

Analysis (Task Card Series)

A sermon, delivered in Sherburne, February 29th, 1804, at the ordination of the Rev. Joshua Knight

A sermon, delivered in Sherburne, February 29th, 1804, at the ordination of the Rev. Joshua Knight

Digest of papers

Digest of papers

Designs as signs

Designs as signs

Womens opinions of cotton and other fibers in selected items of clothing

Womens opinions of cotton and other fibers in selected items of clothing

Kays.

Kays.

synthesis, reactions and potential biological activity of oxindolespirobicycloheptanes and octanes. 1978.

synthesis, reactions and potential biological activity of oxindolespirobicycloheptanes and octanes. 1978.

Irish Soul

Irish Soul

Candide; or, The Optimist

Candide; or, The Optimist

The house on Stink Alley by F. N. Monjo Download PDF EPUB FB2

The House on Stink Alley: A Story About the Pilgrims in Holland Hardcover – October 1, by F. Monjo (Author)3/5(1). House on Stink Alley, The Paperback – October 1, by F.N. Monjo (Author)3/5(1). The House On Stink Alley: A Story About The Pilgrims In Holland [Robert Quackenbush, F.

Munro] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The House On Stink Alley: A Story About The Pilgrims In Holland3/5(1).

The House On Stink Alley book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Young Love Brewster describes the experiences of his family /5.

The House on Stink Alley: A Story About the Pilgrims in Holland [Robert M. Quackenbush F. Monjo] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.3/5(1). The House on Stink Alley by F. Monjo; Robert Quackenbush A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition.

All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear. Product details Age Range: 8 and up Grade Level: 3 - 4 Hardcover: pages Publisher: HarperColl; 1st edition ( ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: ounces (View shipping rates and policies) 4/5(4).

Stink Alley is the tale of Lizzy Tinker, an orphaned Puritan girl living in Holland in with the rest of the Puritan exiles from England.

It's not an easy life. It's not an easy life. Not only is there the challenge to live up to the expectations of the Puritan leaders, but as refugees, the Puritans /5. Follow F. Monjo and explore their bibliography from 's F. Monjo Author g: Stink Alley.

The House on Stink Alley by Monjo Kate Waters’ books with costumed re-enactors William Bradford: Pilgrim Boy by??. sold by Veritas Press Squanto: friend of the Pilgrims by Bulla Sarah Whitcher’s STory by Yates Tattered Sails by Kay Famous Indian Tribes by Moyers American Indian Prayer Guide by Maloof The Indians Knew by Pine.

Buy a cheap copy of The House on Stink Alley: A Story About book by Robert M. Quackenbush. Young Love Brewster describes the experiences of his family and other Pilgrims living in Leyden in the years before the Mayflower sailed for the New World.

Book Review: “Stink Alley” On January 3, October 6, By SwirlyStorySpinner In Book Reviews, Books. Stink Alley features English year-old, Lizzy Tinker, who lives in Holland with devout Puritans William Brewster and his family.

THE HOUSE ON STINK ALLEY: A Story About the Pilgrims in Holland. GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address Subscribe Tweet.

KIRKUS REVIEW. If the usual consolations of fiction are scarce in Monjo's historical reconstructions, the intimate sense of how it was to be there is ample compensation for the child with a feeling for history as.

Author of The drinking gourd, The one bad thing about father, The house on Stink Alley, Letters to Horseface, being the story of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's journey to Italy,when he was a boy of fourteen, The One Bad Thing About Father (I Can Read), Osa Menor/Drinking Gourd, La Osa Menor, Indian Summer.

The house on Stink Alley: a story about the Pilgrims in Holland. [F N Monjo; Robert Quackenbush] -- Young Love Brewster describes the experiences of his family and other Pilgrims living in Leyden in the years before the Mayflower sailed for the New World.

The House on Stink Alley: A Story About the Pilgrims in Holland. F.N. Monjo $ - $ Free Shipping within the Continental USA. Products search. Home; About Us; Young Readers; Specialty & Collectibles. Stink Alley is the tale of Lizzy Tinker, an orphaned Puritan girl living in Holland in with the rest of the Puritan exiles from England.

It's not an easy life. Not only is there the challenge to live up to the expectations of the Puritan leaders, but as refugees, the /5(2). Jamie Gilson has 22 books on Goodreads with ratings.

Jamie Gilson’s most popular book is Stink Alley. F.N. Monjo. Ferdinand Nicolas Monjo () was a children's novelist and editor. After graduating from Columbia University, he worked in editorial positions at several major children's publishing companies, including Simon & Schuster's Golden Books and American Heritage's Junior Library/5(97).

F.N. Monjo has 24 books on Goodreads with ratings. F.N. Monjo’s most popular book is The Drinking Gourd: A Story of the Underground Railroad.The House on Stink Alley. (Dell, ISBN Order Online.).

Grade 2+. Holland, early 's. Based on primary sources this book tells of the Pilgrims' years in Holland prior to their sailing to the New World.

***Petry, Ann. Tituba of Salem Village. (Harper Trophy. ISBN X. Order Online.) pages. Grades 5+.Book Wizard; IMAGE NOT AVAILABLE. Stink Alley.

By Jamie Gilson. Grades. T. Genre. Fiction. The year is Recently orphaned Lizzy Tinker has lived half of her twelve years in Holland, but she does not feel at home there. Lizzy belongs to a small congregation of religious refugees who have fled England in order to worship as they choose.