By Katharyn Tuten-Puckett
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The other kids laugh at him, but one of the musicians takes an interest in Ben. 1980 Caldecott Honor book. A Reading Rainbow book. Keats, Ezra Jack, Apt. , Picture Book, LC 78-123135, ISBN 0-02-749510-8. Ben and his older brother Sam hear someone playing a harmonica in their apartment building. When they search for the source of the music, they make a new friend. A Reading Rainbow book. , Fiction, ISBN 0-440-42847-5 (pbk). Ben is a very intelligent sixth grader who has a little being named George living inside him and offering advice.
Fiction, ISBN 0-8037-8797-9. Annie is an only child who has resented her cousin spending summers with the family. When Annie's mother has to have surgery for cancer, the two girls grow closer. , Picture Book, LC 79129900. Annie is a young Navajo Indian girl. When her grandmother, the old one, says she will die when the rug they are weaving is finished, Annie does everything she can to keep the rug from being completed in order to keep her grandmother alive and with her. 1972 Newbery Honor book.
Fiction, ISBN 006-020643-8. A mystery-fantasy about Annabel and the tiny talking dog that accompanies her to the rich Mrs. Vancourt's home where they decide they will live. , Fiction, ISBN 0-06-025054-2. When Annabel's brother repairs the television set it begins showing what will happen the next day. Her friend Boris decides to use the information to earn money to fix up his apartment with unexpected and humorous results. , Fiction, LC 74-183158, ISBN 06-025048-8; 06- 025049-6. At thirteen, Annabel Andrews is self-willed and has constant disagreements with her mother over her appearance, her room, her eating habits, and her freedom.
My Name in Books: A Guide to Character Names in Children's Literature by Katharyn Tuten-Puckett