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The Gammage cup
A handful of Minnipins, a sober and sedate people, rise up against the Periods, the leading family of an isolated mountain valley, and are exiled to a mountain where they discover that the ancient enemies of their people are preparing to attack.
|Statement||Carol Kendall ; illustrated by Erik Blegvad.|
|Series||A Voyager/HBJ book|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||283 p. :|
|Number of Pages||283|
|ISBN 10||0156342774, 015202493X|
|LC Control Number||85016387|
The Gammage Cup is the story of the Minnipins, a nice little folk who live in the protective circle of the Mountains. As the story opens, a female Minnipin named Muggles (yes, Muggles, J. K. Rowling!) is being drawn into an unplanned revolt/5(6). The Gammage Cup by Carol Kendall pages, Fantasy Reviewed by Jeanne An excellent fantasy for younger children with good morals and values. Plot In the fantastical Land Between the Mountains, the town of Slipper-on-the-Water is preparing itself for the day when the judges will come and see if it is the best town to receive the prized artifact, the Gammage Cup.
The Gammage cup by Carol Kendall; 10 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Fantasy, Juvenile fiction, Exile (Punishment), Social classes, Imagination, Fantasy fiction, Accelerated Reader. The Gammage Cup by Carol Kendall is an amusing, captivating and suspenseful read – highly recommended for ages 14 and up. Share this: Twitter; for boys, books for girls, books for high school age, Boys' Books, fantasy books, fiction books, Girls' Books, good book club book. Post navigation. A Parcel of Patterns. Adam of the Road. Leave a.
The Gammage Cup (Book): Kendall, Carol, Curbside pickup service is offered at selected libraries for items available at those locations. The Gammage cup Item Preview remove-circle Newbery Honor Book, A handful of Minnipins, a sober and sedate people, rise up against the Periods, the leading family of an isolated mountain valley, and are exiled to a mountain where they discover that the ancient enemies of their people are preparing to attack Internet Archive Books Pages:
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Carol Kendall (–) was born in in Bucyrus, Ohio, and lived much of her life there. She was the author of more than half a dozen much-loved novels for young readers, including The Gammage Cup, a Newbury Honor book, and its sequel, The Whisper of by: 4.
The The Gammage cup book Cup is about five outsiders, people who were different, living in a very traditional, I loved the book when I was a child and I still do. Kendall wrote several books, including a sequel but The Gammage Cup is her most famous work.4/5. The ASU Gammage Insider is the best way to get great seats to the hottest shows.
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Carol Kendall (–) was born in in Bucyrus, Ohio, and lived much of her life there. She was the author of more than half a dozen much-loved novels for young readers, including The Gammage Cup, a Newbury Honor book, and its sequel, The Whisper of Glocken/5(11). The Gammage Cup Book Summary and Study Guide.
Carol Kendall Booklist Carol Kendall Message Board. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of The Gammage Cup; Muggles, a member of a humanoid race called the Minnipins, works hard (at baking and caring for a museum) and gets along well with others, but she doesn't fit in with the rest of her town; she's.
But besides the fact that The Gammage Cup is a succesful children's fantasy, it has another, insignificant but curious, link with Rowling's work: the use of the word "Muggles".
To be sure, Muggles in The Gammage Cup is a character name, but nonetheless, Kendall's book is certainly proof enough that the word has a long history in children's fantasy/5(36).
Reading Aloud the Real Stuff- The Gammage Cup This was a very, very special entry for me, something deep and personally significant from my youth has come full circle.
As I read to my children, The Gammage Cup, a book that meant so much to me in my youth; I witnessed my soul growing deeper.
Buy a cheap copy of The Gammage Cup book by Carol Kendall. Carol Kendall's witty, epic tales about the race of people called the Minnipins are now available as Odyssey/Harcourt Young Classics.
Now a new generation of Free shipping over $/5(5). Everyone is busy cleaning, hoping Slipper-on-the-Water will win the fabled Gammage Cup as prize for the finest village. Finally, Muggles and four other Minnipins must leave the security of their home.
The Gammage Cup by Carol Kendall The Gammage Cup is a delightful little story of the Minnipins who live in the Land Between the Mountains and find their sleepy, comfortable life shaken in two ways, with the announcement that one of the towns will have the honor of housing the coveted Gammage Cup and by the discovery that their sanctuary is soon to be attacked by the Mushrooms.
Book Wizard; The Gammage Cup A Novel of the Minnipins. By Erik Blegvad, Carol Kendall. Grades. Genre. Fiction. In the Land Between the Mountains, the small Minnipins have lived for hundreds of years in blissful ignorance of the world beyond the Sunset Mountains.
When a small group of Minnipins is outlawed because it refuses to conform to. The rising tide caused by the phenomenal success of J. Rowling's Harry Potter books has indeed lifted the boats of many writers of children's fantasy.
One of the oddest cases is perhaps Carol Kendall, and her book The Gammage Cup. This is hardly an unsuccessful book: it was first published inand it was a Newbery Honor Book/5(32).
The Gammage Cup: A Novel of the Minnipins by Carol Kendall, Erik Blegvad and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Gammage Cup is full of wit, song, natural beauty, thought-provoking ideas, and excitement.
The characters are interesting, the setting is unique and detailed, the unexpected is always just around the corner, and the irony is sometimes very biting. From well-know titles like Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde and The Giver to less well known – and yet every bit as wonderful – Gammage Cup and The Phantom Tollbooth, you will find yourself laughing out loud, tearing up at times, enjoying each adventure, and learning about what it means to be a person of character, addressing issues of human nature.
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The Gammage cup. [Carol Kendall; Erik Blegvad] -- A handful of Minnipins, a sober and sedate people, rise up against the Periods, the leading family of an isolated mountain valley, and are exiled to a mountain where they discover that the ancient. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
The Gammage cup by Carol Kendall,Harcourt, Brace edition, in English - [1st. ed.] The Gammage Cup ( edition) | Open LibraryCited by: 4. The Gammage Cup Carol Kendall Snippet view - The Gammage Cup When Carol Kendall was twenty-nine, she published her first book.
She has since written more than a half dozen much-loved books for young readers. Erik Blegvad was born in Denmark and studied at the School of Applied Arts in Copenhagen.
Mr/5(9). The Gammage Cup A few citizens of an imaginary village dare to question some long-held but false beliefs in the community and are ostracized as a result. Thought-provoking but easy to read.
The Gammage Cup is such a bright, warm, joyful book--especially because the warmth and cheer comes through hardship, danger, and relational strife. I love that the main characters choose to determinedly and optimistically forge ahead despite adversity. This book is so well-written/5(14).
Title: The Gammage Cup: A Novel of the Minnipins Author(s): Carol Kendall, Elizabeth Enright ISBN: / (USA edition). A book about a few citizens of an imaginary village who dare to question some long-held but false beliefs in the community, and are ostracized as a result.
The Gammage Cup by Carol Kendall is not a new book. It was originally published inbut the lessons contained in it are still very relevant. While it is not a hugely complex story (I would say it probably fits best in a 5 th-8 th grade classroom), it is an enjoyable book and affords the opportunity to think and talk about some important ideas.