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Seymour, the Formerly Fearful

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Seymour, the Formerly Fearful by Eve B. Feldman
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Seymour Goldfarb has a big problem. He's afraid of everything! He dreads roller coasters and the beach. He refuses to go to Camp Sportahama. He won't even learn to ride a bike. Quick thinking helps Seymour hide his fears from the world. But things change the summer his cousin Pessach comes to visit from Israel. Big, confident Pessach is strong and fearless. His idea of a good time is parachuting out of a plane, which he did as an Israeli paratrooper. And he demands that Seymour show him how Americans have fun! How will Seymour ever survive the summer?

Author Biography

Eve Feldman grew up on Long Island, and attended Sarah Lawrence College and the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She has taught elementary school, remedial reading and English as a foreign language in the United States and abroad. When not busy writing, reading and laughing, Eve enjoys visiting schools and sharing her contagious enthusiasm for reading and writing. Parwinder Singh was born and raised in Jamshedpur, India. Drawing has been Parwinder's hobby and passion since childhood. He spent the early years of his career in classical 2D animation and now loves to work digitally.
Release date NZ
April 1st, 2019
Contributor
Illustrated by Parwinder Singh
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Kar-Ben Publishing (R)
Interest Age
From 8 to 12 years
Pages
184
Reading Age
From 9 to 10 years
Dimensions
132x188x10
ISBN-13
9781541539518
Product ID
29782670

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