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Bigger than a bread box

Laurel Snyder

Bigger than a bread box

by Laurel Snyder

  • 28 Want to read
  • 31 Currently reading

Published by Random House in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fiction,
  • Divorce,
  • Homesickness,
  • Wishes,
  • Household Moving

  • About the Edition

    Devastated when her parents separate, twelve-year-old Rebecca must move with her mother from Baltimore to Gran"s house in Atlanta, where Rebecca discovers an old bread box with the power to grant any wish--so long as the wished-for thing fits in the bread box.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesBigger than a breadbox
    StatementLaurel Snyder
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.S6851764 Bi 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination226 p. ;
    Number of Pages226
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25136634M
    ISBN 109780375869167, 9780375969164, 9780375899980
    LC Control Number2010047307

    For a while, the magic bread box, discovered in the attic, makes life away from home a little easier. Then suddenly it starts to make things much, much more difficult, and Rebecca is forced to decide not just where, but who she really wants to be. Laurel Snyder's most thought-provoking book yet. sortTitle Bigger than a Bread Box lexileScore Rigney’s problem is bigger than a bread box. Google News Archive 14 July , St. Petersburg (FL) Times, Sunday magazine, pg. 16, col. 2: Measuring feet stem to stern, the Admiral is longer than a football field and bigger than a breadbox. Google Books Mark It and Strike It: an autobiography By Steve Allen.

    Bigger Than a Bread Box is not a guy’s book. I can’t imagine most boys picking it up on their own accord and actually reading it. Now, that is not to say that a boy would not enjoy it because 13 third grade boys listened intensely to the beautiful words of Ms. Snyder. But to be blunt: girl on cover, girl main character, grandma, and mom. Struggling with her parents' separation and a sudden move to her Gran's house in another state, year-old Rebecca discovers a mysterious breadbox that delivers everything she wants until unexpected magical complications force her to make a decision about her future.

    For a while, the magic bread box, discovered in the attic, makes life away from home a little easier. Then suddenly it starts to make things much, much more difficult, and Rebecca is forced to decide not just where, but who she really wants to be. . A breadbox (chiefly American) or a bread bin (chiefly British) is a container for storing bread and other baked goods to keep them fresh. They were a more common household kitchen item until bread started being made commercially with food preservatives and wrapped in plastic. Breadboxes are still used by many people to store commercially purchased bread, but are .


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