Will the Real Gertrude Hollings Please Stand Up? download epub
by Sheila Greenwald
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Gertrude Hollings is a fanciful eleven year old - bright, capable, imaginative - and learning disabled. This 1983 book details how Gertie is seen by others when letters and numbers dance across the pages of her assignments, "dumb" according to students and "unmotivated" by teachers. Her parents realize Gertie has dyslexia, and they place her in Bradwin, a loosely structured school where grades aren't important. But even at Bradwin, Gertie stands out as different. Until she meets Jessie, whose brother is dyslexic, Gertie is alone and frustrated.
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Will the Real Gertrude Hollings Please Stand Up?, Little, Brown (Boston, MA), 1983. Valentine Rosy, Little Brown (Boston, MA), 1984. Rosy Cole's Great American Guilt Club, Little Brown (Boston, MA), 1985. I can't remember a time when I wasn't drawing," Greenwald wrote on her author's Web site. Writing came later," she further explained, "and was a lot harder.
Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?" is episode 64 of the American television anthology series The Twilight Zone. It originally aired on May 26, 1961 on CBS. Two state troopers, investigating a report about a UFO, find evidence something has crashed in a frozen pond: footprints in the snow from the pond lead to a nearby, isolated late-night diner called the Hi-Way. Upon arriving, the troopers find a bus parked outside the Hi-Way Cafe.