Mike Fink: A Tall Tale

Morrow Junior Books, 1992
Relates the extraordinary deeds of the frontiersman who became King of the Keelboatmen on the Mississippi River.

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用戶評語  - SweetBeeBecky - LibraryThing

This was the second time I had read this version of the tale of Mike Fink, and I enjoyed it even more now than when I read it ten years ago. The watercolor-type illustrations are paired perfectly with ... 閱讀評論全文

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用戶評語  - beckytillett - LibraryThing

Mike Fink is the tale of a baby who was so out-of-place in his society that he left his family once he grew up and went to work on the riverboats. The story has a lot of exaggerations and works well with a unit on folk tales. 閱讀評論全文

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關於作者 (1992)

Stephen Kellogg was born in Norwalk, Connecticut on October 26, 1941. He attended the Rhode Island School of Design and majored in illustration. While in college, he won a fellowship to spend his senior year studying and working in Florence, Italy. Kellogg has illustrated over one hundred titles and written some of his own. Titles he has written include the Island of the Skog, which won the Michigan State Young Readers Award, and was included on Booklist's Books for Every Child and the CBC Books for Peace list, A Rose for Pinkerton!, Pinkerton, Behave!, and Tallyho, Pinkerton!