Jamie Gilson has written sixteen books, all of them about children, most of them about children in school. And the elementary school where she gets many of her ideas is Central, which all three Gilson children attended.
Jamie Gilson has written sixteen books, all of them about children, most of them about children in school. While Tom and Anne are now lawyers and Matthew a photographer, their mother still goes to Central School classes, notebook in hand, looking for stories. She describes Central's cafeteria in Do Bananas Chew Gum?, its Spit Pit in Thirteen Ways to Sink a Sub, and the contents of some of its fourth grade desks in Hobie Hanson, You're Weird.
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Hobie Hanson, You're Weird. Book in the Hobie Hanson Series). But when a picture of Molly kissing Hobie winds up on the front page of the paper, summer's turning weird, very weird. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780688147471. Release Date:April 1996.
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Jamie Gilson was born Jamie Marie Chisam in Beardstown, Illinois on July . Jamie Gilson has received many awards for her children’s books. Hobie Hanson, You're Weird (1985). Hello, My Name is Scrambled Eggs (1985).
Jamie Gilson was born Jamie Marie Chisam in Beardstown, Illinois on July 4, 1933. She lived in several Midwestern towns growing up, including Boonville, Missouri, Pittsfield, Illinois, Independence, Missouri, and Oak Park, Illinois. In 1951, she graduated from Oak Park and River Forest High School in Oak Park, Illinois. She attended the University of Missouri and graduated from Northwestern.
Hobie Hanson digs up a time capsule he and his friends buried, and they aren’t happy about it, so the kids enter into conflict . Hobie Hanson thinks he’s average.
Hobie Hanson digs up a time capsule he and his friends buried, and they aren’t happy about it, so the kids enter into conflict mediation in a freight elevator. Itchy Richard (1990). Uh-oh, someone in Mrs. Zookey’s second grade class has head lice! Hobie Hanson, Greatest Hero of the Mall (1989). How can he stand out from his above-average friends, like the one in the Talented and Gifted class? Hobie Hanson, You’re Weird (1987). Hobie Hanson has no plans for the summer after fourth grade, but all of his friends do, so he’s stuck with annoying Molly Bosco in the July Fourth pie-eating contest and beyond.
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