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5 edition of The elevator family found in the catalog.

The elevator family

by Douglas Evans

  • 354 Want to read
  • 20 Currently reading

Published by Scholastic in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Elevators -- Juvenile fiction.,
  • Hotels -- Juvenile fiction.,
  • Hotels, motels, etc. -- Fiction.,
  • Ascenseurs et monte-charge -- Romans, nouvelles, etc. pour la jeunesse.,
  • Hôtels -- Romans, nouvelles, etc. pour la jeunesse.,
  • Littérature de jeunesse anglaise.

  • About the Edition

    When the Wilson family arrives at the San Francisco Hotel and discover that there are no regular rooms available, they check in to the hotel elevator. For three days, the family rides to all the floors, happily greeting startled guests who happen to drop in.

    Edition Notes

    StatementDouglas Evans
    GenreJuvenile fiction., Fiction., Romans, nouvelles, etc. pour la jeunesse.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.E8775 El 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination87 p. ;
    Number of Pages87
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24206041M
    ISBN 100439698960
    ISBN 109780439698962
    OCLC/WorldCa60685785

    Find books like The Elevator Family from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked The Elevator Family also liked: The Reveal. Douglas Evans (born April 3) is an author of children's books and a former school teacher in Berkeley, has written books, plays, songs, and poems for children, including Classroom at the End of the Hall which got a starred review in Publishers Weekly. and received record reprint rights for a first time author. The Elevator Family () was included on the Mass. Book Born: April 3, Euclid, Ohio, U.S.

    Leveled Books • Guided Reading Books • Books for Kids. Check out our leveled book sets selected according to various leveled reading programs. Purchase from to enhance your child's reading program and Grow Independent Readers®. The Elevator Family by Douglas Evans $ Add to Basket Description; Details. It all starts when Martin's dad decides to move to a new apartment on the seventeenth floor. Martin has this one fear though and it is about the elevator. He starts to take the stairs everyday but his dad calls him timid so he tries out the elevator. His fear of the elevator gets.

    The following version of this book was used to create this study guide: Reynolds, Jason. Long Way Down. Atheneum, Fifteen-year-old Will Holloman decided to tell the story of what happened to him immediately following his older brother Shawn’s death. Someone shot Shawn while he was on the way. “The Elevator” by William Sleator Analyzing the Literature Sample question answers in which textual evidence is embedded within the response. Sample #1: What do you learn about the main character Martin in the exposition? Martin was “always uncomfortable in elevators, afraid that they would fall” ().File Size: 68KB.


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For fans of middle-grade giants like Andrew Clements, Jerry Spinelli, Louis Sachar, and Judy Blume, The Elevator Family is a funny and heartwarming story about an eccentric family who’ll be remembered long after they check out of Otis.

Drop in on them for an elevator ride filled with adventure and zany humor!/5(27). For fans of middle-grade giants like Andrew Clements, Jerry Spinelli, Louis Sachar, and Judy Blume, The Elevator Family is a funny and heartwarming story about an eccentric family who’ll be remembered long after they check out of Otis.

Drop in on them for an elevator ride filled with adventure and zany humor. more/5(75). Then they started living in the elevator (Otis). The main characters were Walter, Winona, Winslow, and Whitney.

Walter loves to do cross word puzzle in the newspaper. Winona loves to sketch Whitney and Winslow. Winslow loves to read paperbacks. Whitney loves to play pickup sticks/5(23). For fans of middle-grade giants like Andrew Clements, Jerry Spinelli, Louis Sachar, and Judy Blume, The Elevator Family is a funny and heartwarming story about an eccentric family who’ll be remembered long after they check out of Otis.

Drop in on them for an elevator ride filled with adventure and zany humor!/5(27). For fans of middle-grade giants like Andrew Clements, Jerry Spinelli, Louis Sachar, and Judy Blume, The Elevator Family is a funny and heartwarming story about an eccentric family who’ll be remembered long after they check out of Otis.

Drop in on them for an elevator ride filled with adventure and zany humor. The Elevator Family book. The four members of the Wilson family decide to spend their holiday in one of the elevators at the San Francisco Hotel.

The Elevator Family. When the Wilsons move into the elevator of a large San Francisco hotel, they turn it into a cozy, comfortable vacation retreat. When the Wilsons move into the elevator of a large San Francisco hotel, they turn it into a cozy, comfortable vacation retreat.

Douglas Evans the author of children's books, plays, poems, comics, and music. His books include MVP*: Magellan Voyage Project, The Elevator Family, Apple Island, and the collections of classroom tales: Classroom at the End of the Hall, Math Rashes, and Mouth Moths.

For fans of middle-grade giants like Andrew Clements, Jerry Spinelli, Louis Sachar, and Judy Blume, The Elevator Family is a funny and heartwarming story about an eccentric family who’ll be remembered long after they check out of Otis.

Drop in on them for an elevator ride filled with adventure and zany humor!/5(24). “The Elevator” by William Sleator It was an old building with an old elevator—a very small elevator, with a maximum capacity of three people. Martin, a thin twelve-year-old, felt nervous in it from the first day he and his father moved into the apartment.

An endearingly eccentric family settles into the elevator and hearts of the patrons and employees at the San Francisco Hotel in this over-the-top tale from Evans.

No room at the inn is no problem for the intrepid Wilsons; Mr. and Mrs. and their twin ten-year-olds, Winslow and Whitney, simply set up camp in the hotel’s elevator.

The elevator family. When the Wilson family arrives at the San Francisco Hotel and discover that there are no regular rooms available, they check in to the hotel elevator.

For three days, the family rides to all the floors, happily greeting startled guests who happen to drop in. For fans of middle-grade giants like Andrew Clements, Jerry Spinelli, Louis Sachar, and Judy Blume, The Elevator Family is a funny and heartwarming story about an eccentric family who’ll be remembered long after they check out of Otis.

Drop in on them for an elevator ride filled with adventure and zany humor!/5(). For fans of middle-grade giants like Andrew Clements, Jerry Spinelli, Louis Sachar, and Judy Blume, The Elevator Family is a funny and heartwarming story about an eccentric family who'll be remembered long after they check out of Otis.

Drop in on them for an elevator ride filled with adventure and zany humor. show more/5(). The Wilsons stay in the Otis room at the San Francisco Hotel. It has its ups and downs. Music by Douglas Evans.

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Buy the Paperback Book The Elevator Family by Douglas Evans atCanada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. Get this from a library. The elevator family. [Douglas Evans] -- The four members of the Wilson family decide to spend their holiday in one of the elevators at the San Francisco Hotel.

This packet has vocabulary, comprehension questions and written response questions for all of the chapters. It is a quick easy read that students can work on in literature circles, over a vacation or as a whole class.4/5(24).

The author squeezes in some diverting action: the family of four host a catered dinner party for the hotel guests they have come to know (en route to their respective floors), and manage to foil a kidnapping attempt without leaving their quarters.

Forgivably, Evans descends to some predictable puns. The Elevator Family by Douglas Evans is the story of a strange family who come to visit San Francisco at a place like the Palace Hotel (but not) and end up spending their vacation in an elevator.

It's a Yearling book and feels like a throwback to the ridiculous early chapter books published when I was a child/5(1).For fans of middle-grade giants like Andrew Clements, Jerry Spinelli, Louis Sachar, and Judy Blume, The Elevator Family is a funny and heartwarming story about an eccentric family who'll be remembered long after they check out of Otis.

Drop in on them for an elevator ride filled with adventure and zany humor! The Elevator Family by Douglas Evans. It’s silly enough to possible turn-off a tween. But the whimsical silliness is part of the charm of this book.

The Wilson family checks into a hotel and goofily mistakes the elevator for their new hotel room. They take up residence and enjoy the ambience in Otis, as they name their new, temporary abode.