Annemarie “Shug” Wilcox is clever and brave and true (on the inside anyway). And she’s about to become your new best friend in this enchanting middle grade novel from the New York Times bestselling author of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (soon to be a major motion picture!), Jenny Han.Annemarie Wilcox, or Shug as her family calls her, is beginning to think there's nothing worse than being twelve. She's too tall, too freckled, and way too flat-chested. Shug is sure that there's not one good or amazing thing about her. And now she has to start junior high, where the friends she counts most dear aren't acting so dear anymore -- especially Mark...
Can Shug, the Golden Retriever, save the day? Follow Shug as he searches the historic Auburn University campus and meets Aubie, the cheerleaders, the Auburn University Marching Band, and others along the way. Will the Tigers get to play?
Growing up in a very small city of Natchitoches, Louisiana, the oldest one in the Louisiana Purchase, author, Bonita Grace Moses, was not only the youngest sibling but also the only girl, along with four brothers, born to Elena Moses. She was reared by her mother and her grandmother, Georgiana Moses, in a small three-room house. In Mama Shug: the Bridge Whom We Loved So Dearly, Moses shares her life story and how it was particularly influenced by her God-fearing grandmother, affectionately known as Mama Shug, who lived to the age of ninety-eight. This memoir narrates how Mama Shug quit school at age seven to care for her siblings, but she instilled the importance of a good education in her grandchildren. Full of wisdom, Moses' grandmother also preached how faith in the Lord was central to life. She was a woman who lived what she practiced. A testament to the strength, tenacity, spirituality, and love of Mama Shug, this memoir describes the life of one woman who paved the way and provided an important foundation helping her grandchildren achieve success.
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«La obra de Daniel Woodrell ya es canónica en el sentido de que no cabe concebir la literatura norteamericana de los últimos veinte años sin él.» Dennis Lehane «La voz del pequeño Shug es habitada por Woodrell con tanto arte que uno empieza a dudar de que haya un autor detrás del telón… Daniel Woodrell es como un moderno Mark Twain con manchas de tabaco esparcidas sin vergüenza por todo su traje blanco. Es posible también que sea el mejor novelista norteamericano de hoy» George Pelecanos, GQ «La trama, sórdida en abstracto, es transformada por Woodrell y su humor negro, y por su encarnación de la voz de Shug, mitad Huck Finn, mitad Holden Caulfield». Bharat Tandon, Times Literary SupplementShug Atkins tiene trece años y vive en una casa junto a un cementerio. Su comida favorita son los huevos fritos con pan. Su padre, que quizá no lo sea, lo mira con «esa mirada suya que me amenazaba con una muerte rápida que se hace eterna»; y, aunque es obvio que lo detesta, se sirve de él para entrar en casas de médicos y enfermos y robar barbitúricos. Glenda, la madre, es una belleza que ha conocido mejores días y cuya sabiduría se concreta en consejos como «Shug, la gente que ha estado en la cárcel no puede ni ver a los chivatos». Un día irrumpe en la vida de estos tres seres un hombre amable, cortés, con un coche elegante. Despierta sueños dormidos, aviva pasiones prohibidas. La muerte del pequeño Shug es un implacable relato sobre la pérdida de la inocencia y la perversión del concepto de familia, en el que Daniel Woodrell demuestra una vez más, como en Los huesos del invierno, su dominio narrativo y su sensibilidad para ahondar en los límites de la novela negra.
Shug has found the missing Game Ball. Come along with Shug, the Golden Retriever, and Aubie as they visit all the other SEC teams that the Auburn Tigers will play, meeting team mascots and others along the way.
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Format Paperback Subject Children s Fiction General Publisher AUTHORHOUSE United States
68 page Auburn home program for the November 29, 1975 game at Legion Field. With rosters and depth chart.