Ginnie Joins In

Ginnie Joins In[PDF] ✩ Ginnie Joins In By Catherine Woolley – Heartforum.co.uk It sometimes seems to Ginnie that the other girls are prettier or smarter or more sure of themselves than she is She is enchanted at the prospect of spending a summer at the lake, but when she gets th It sometimes seems to Ginnie that the other girls are prettier or smarter or sure of themselves than she is She is enchanted at the prospect of spending a summer at the lake, but when she gets there she discovers there is one thing that stands between her and complete enjoyment: she doesn't know how to swim! With even the smallest children swimming or jumping fearlessly off the float, Ginnie feels that her feeble efforts make her conspicuous But Ginnie's Ginnie Joins PDF or practice and determination help her find her way among her friends At last Ginnie finds out how much fun she can have when she learns to accept herself and even laugh at herself.

A prolific writer of over eighty books, Catherine Woolley published so many children's books that her publisher recommended using a pen name for some of her works Ms Woolley's Ginnie Fellows series was and continues to be a reader favorite across generationsPen name: Jane Thayer.

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  • Hardcover
  • 192 pages
  • Ginnie Joins In
  • Catherine Woolley
  • English
  • 09 January 2019
  • 9780688213411

10 thoughts on “Ginnie Joins In

  1. Erin says:

    Rather blah, but an extra star because I love Woolley so much, and because it's so nice to find new ones I haven't read!

    Re-read November 2016.

  2. Suzanne Kunz Williams says:

    Ever have something that you'd like to do but are afraid to do? Anything new can be scary and challenging at first. And Ginnie has many many things that she'd love to be able to do, but is afraid to do. And she's afraid of what other people will think of her while she's learning a new skill. Though the book we see Ginnie's courage growing. We see her daring to try to learn new skills. We see her getting over caring so much about what other people are saying. I love the book because I think as we see people's courage growing and we seek them getting over their issues we are inspired to be braver ourselves and to solve our issues as well.

    Talking points - What were you afraid to do in the past, but you did anyway and now you are so happy that you did? What was the last new skill that you learned? Was it easy or hard for you? What gave you the gumption to keep working at it? What new skills do you want to learn? What's stopping you? What are some of the things that you are good at doing today? How long did you have to work at those things to be as good as you are? What things come naturally to you? What things do you think that you have to work at harder that the average person? What would you tell someone who wanted to learn to do the things you are good at?

  3. Lisa says:

    It sometimes seems to Ginnie that the other girls are prettier or smarter or more sure of themselves than she is. She is enchanted at the prospect of spending a summer at the lake, but when she gets there she discovers there is one thing that stands between her and complete enjoyment: she doesn't know how to swim! With even the smallest children swimming or jumping fearlessly off the float, Ginnie feels that her feeble efforts make her conspicuous. But Ginnie's practice and determination help her find her way among her friends. At last Ginnie finds out how much fun she can have when she learns to accept herself and even laugh at herself.

  4. Kristina says:

    Another re-read of one of my favorite childhood series.

  5. Jane Eyre says:

    Loved and treasured!

  6. Christina says:

    Another in a favorite series. A fun read for girls ages 7-10.

  7. girl writing says:

    One of my favorite series from childhood. I was always jealous of kids who 'went to the lake' for the summer. A good read about learning new things and building self confidence.

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