Books by This Author
Soon after Mrs. Rogers borrows Amelia Bedelia's umbrella in case it rains cats and dogs, the literal maid finds a real kitten in the garden. Amelia Bedelia cares for the small cat for a series of amusing adventures as well as Amelia Bedelia's characteristic misadventures.
Young Amelia Bedelia literally and figuratively hits the trail while on a nature hike with her class. They wade in a stream with a boy named Wade, collect leaves for a nature table back at school and more in this funny, easier to read tale of a school-age Amelia Bedelia.
The addition to the Hardy home for their new family addition will never be the same after Amelia Bedelia babysits the older and obedient Hardy children. Wordplay and misunderstandings in Amelia Bedelia's unique way are the hallmark of this comical escapade.
After raking leaves, Amelia Bedelia and her granddad go to a farmer's market for apples to bake apple pies. Birds eat grandmother's large pie while it cools, but Amelia Bedelia's small one is perfect to share with everyone. A tasty apple pie recipe is included.
Amelia Bedelia foils a forger, thwarts a theft, discovers a new talent and literally cleans up modern art while visiting the art museum. Clearly drawn situations make clear — and laughable — the actual meaning of Amelia Bedelia's precise understandings.
Amelia Bedelia is back! This time she is keeping everyone at the library on their toes. Between knitting book "jackets," hiding from the scary thesaurus, and stealing the bookmobile, no one — especially the librarian — knows what will happen next. Will Amelia Bedelia's good intentions save the day?