Published April 1, 1989
by Yearling .
Written in English
The Moffats, who live in the same town as the owners of Ginger Pye, are a close-knit family of four children and a hard-working seamstress mother, whose bust "Madame" occupies a central position in the family's little brown house. Although the children are essentially good-hearted, they get into an astounding amount of mischief, making for a sometimes uproarious family story full of warmth 4/5. In the first book in the series, The Moffats, we’re introduced to the Moffat children. Concerns arise when a man tacks a “For Sale” sign to the front of their beloved yellow house. Although the children attempt to intervene, the threat of the home’s possible sale continues throughout the book. From Book 1: Meet the Moffats. There is Sylvie, the oldest, the cleverest, and—most days at least—the responsible one; Joey, who though only twelve is the man of the house sometimes; Janey, who has a terrific upside-down way of looking at the world; and Rufus, who may be . This is an entertaining book about the Moffat family, Sylvia, Joey, Jane, and little Rufus. They live with their widowed mother in a big yellow house. Mama is a dressmaker, and supports her family by making dresses for fine ladies. The Moffat family is poor and have to be thrifty to survive/5(78).
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The Moffats Eleanor Estes Illustrator: Louis Slobodkin Published: Country: United States Pages: Genre: Family life Series: The Moffats series Followed by: The Middle Moffat Contents[show] Description The Moffats is a children's family life novel, written by American Newbery Medal-winning author Eleanor Estes, and published in It tells the story of a fatherless family of a mother Followed by: The Middle Moffat. The Moffats - Ebook written by Eleanor Estes. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Moffats. The Moffats (The Moffats, #1) by Eleanor Estes. avg. rating 9, Ratings. Four Moffat children and a hard-working widowed mother live on New Dollar Street in Cranbury village. During kindergarten recess, one accidentally hitches a ride out of town on a boxcar. One . The Old Testament was published in New York in (2 vols.), followed by a single-volume edition of the complete Bible in Bible, James Moffatt, A New Translation of the Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments. New York: Doran,