5 edition of Oscar Or The Boy Who Had His Own Way found in the catalog.
November 13, 2007
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
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FREE Shipping on $35 or Author: Walter Aimwell. Oscar: Or the Boy Who Had His Own Way. Author: Walter Aimwell Title: Oscar: Or the Boy Who Had His Own Way Publication: Boston: Gould and Lincoln, Edition: 1st.
Description: 1st. Decorative Cloth. The 1st edition, one of the volumes in the "Aimwell Stories" Rating: % positive. Oscar, or, The boy who had his own way. [Walter Aimwell] -- Oscar was a bright but strong willed boy who usually managed to have his own way.
As the story unfolds, Oscar learns that the consequences of a wayward spirit can be falling into habits of laziness. Walter Aimwell is identified on the title page as the author of "Clinton" and "Boy's Own Guide" and William Simonds from those titles. Number one in the Aimwell Stories series.
"Thomas B. Smith, stereotyper and electrotyper, William St., N.Y." on verso of title page. Withsome engravings signed by Baker or WJ Baker, and Rouser (frontispiece). Oscar The Boy Who Had His Own Way.
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The book chronicles both the life of Oscar de León, an overweight Dominican boy Author: Junot Díaz. Oscar, or, The boy who had his own way.
By Author: Walter Aimwell. Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein had one of the most successful musical partnerships of the 20th century, collaborating on the musicals "Oklahoma!," "Carousel," "South Pacific," "The King And I," "Flower Drum Song," "Cinderella" and "The Sound Of Music" - musicals that continue to be revived.
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"This was because of the way his mother brought him up as a kid. He has a spirit that is completely different. The index will give you all the information, this the boy gave me in his own way, & I have put it as well as I can." The letter is dated 30 March when Oscar would have been in his.
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