2 edition of Where"s My Wand? found in the catalog.
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I highly recommend WHERE'S MY WAND. - ONE BOY'S MAGICAL TRIUMPH OVER ALIENATION AND SHAG CARPETING for the humor, the moving drama (yes, there's some of that too), but its the graceful ease in which ERIC"S enchanted life is wonderfully spun to us that is so appealing.
I want to hear more from MR.4/5(55). Where's My Wand?: One Boy's Magical Triumph over Alienation and Shag Carpeting - Kindle edition by Poole, Eric. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Where's My Wand?: One Boy's Magical Triumph over Alienation and Shag Carpeting.4/5(55). "An absolute must-read book for the outcast in all of us, Where's My Wand is hilarious and heartfelt. I could not put this book down.
It's a rare treat." -Jim Brickman Read more. Product details. Hardcover: pages; Publisher: Amy Einhorn Books/Putnam ( ) Language /5(56). Where’s My Wand. is about the awkward childhood of the author.
We first meet Eric as a 3rd grader living in St. Louis, Missouri in the late 60’s. We quickly learn that Eric’s mother was, at best, a bit obsessive compulsive. The mom, rules the house. Eric Poole's Where is My Wand is one of the latest entries into the world of memoirs written by successful gay men detailing their awkward and unpopular childhood.
Poole's narratives were cohesive - a fact I appreciated after reading Wade Rouse's disjointed America's Boy a few weeks ago - anchored by his love for all things pop culture/5. About Where’s My Wand. “Gut-splittingly funny a deeply moving account of a boy’s attempt to control his world with his own brand of magic.” — People magazine, 4 stars.
Tracey Ullman once described Eric Poole as “the best undiscovered writer I ever met.”. The real charm of the book lies in the authenticity of the humor.
There is not one forced moment in the book, nor is there a stitch of disingenuous manipulation to get a cheap laugh or manufacture a setup to a joke. Each entertaining tidbit grows from the characters, their lives, their struggles and their unforgivably shameless honesty. A quirky, irreverent story of growing up odd in the s, when people still wrote letters, loved shag carpeting and used carbon paper.
Fox Television radio-marketing executive Poole grew up in the Midwest in a family, and among an assortment of characters, destined to end up in a coming-of-age memoir. In this excerpt, from author Eric Poole's novel, “ Where’s My Wand: One Boy’s Magical Triumph over Alienation and Shag Carpeting,” he struggles to.
His first book, Where's My Wand?, is a collection of autobiographical essays that will make you laugh out loud. They include bits about his relatives, experiences with bullies, a fascination with the TV show Bewitched and Endora, and his hilarious attempts to fit in with his peers, please his obsessive-complex mother, stay close to his older.
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NFC attendance machine, and GPS locator. Describes the author's emotionally turbulent childhood in St. Louis, Missouri, where he endured alienation from his peers and escaped into magical fantasies before developing a greater understanding of his beliefs, sexuality, and sense of self-worth.
My illustrations have appeared in books by Judy Blume and Michael Ian Black, among others. I love encouraging creativity in young writers and illustrators. You can find out more at https://www. Timmy said, "I wish the wand back." Wanda magically brings the book of Da Rules to poof into appearance.
It said that whoever has the wand has control over it, so they can't wish it back. Wanda said that as long as Vicky has the wand, she can grant her own wish plus the wishes of others. Timmy said that they must go to the dance at Dimmsdale. "Where's My Wand" is the funniest, most charming, and at the same time most poignant look that you may have regarding that concept.
A child growing up in St. Louis, where the west is "waaaayyy mid" is challenged by his family, friends, schoolmates, and teachers amid his own struggle to find who he is (or who he thinks he is). The first time we saw Harry Potter feel that sudden warmth in his fingers when he discovered his wand at Mr Ollivander’s shop is a moment we’ll remember forever – and on Pottermore, you can experience that feeling for yourself by discovering your own personal wand.
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Click the Import button and navigate to where you saved file. Select that file and click Open. This will place all of the email addresses into the Contacts folder. Carolyn Crimi is the author of numerous books for young readers, including Henry and the Buccaneer Bunnies, also illustrated by John Manders, and Boris and Bella, illustrated by Gris lives in Evanston, Illinois.
John Manders has illustrated several books for children, including Henry and the Bucaneer Bunnies by Carolyn Crimi, The Perfect Nest by Catherine Friend, and Minnie's Diner. In a household where cleanliness and order reign supreme, it is hard to imagine life for young Eric, a boy of eight and his slightly older sister Val.
In Where's My Wand. these two. My magic wand is a bit depleted tonight so shall write in the morning, post and read then. Reply. Linda Lee Lyberg said: Ma at pm. Sounds great Lillian. Reply. Beverly Crawford said: Ma at pm. Thanks, bartender Linda, I’m in the mood for an amaretto sour.
For fans of Augusten Burroughs, check out this St. Louis-based memoir from Eric Poole. Poole's stories take readers on a hilarious and sometimes heartbreaking journey in which the magic in his life slowly morphs from childhood wonder to religious dogma to an understanding that the.
Jon Klassen is the author-illustrator of I Want My Hat Back and This Is Not My Hat, the only book to ever win both the Kate Greenaway and Caldecott also illustrated Mac Barnett's Extra Yarn and served as an illustrator on the animated feature film Coraline. His illustrations for Caroline Stutson's Cats Night Out won the Governor General's Award in Reviews: K.Official website of Eric Poole, author of "Where's My Wand?" Skip to content.
Home; My Books. Excuse Me; Where’s My Wand; Bio; Media; Events; Blog; Contact; Home ericpoole T+ A touching and RIOTOUSLY funny story about one boy’s search for his personal and creative identities. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll.