Shoes Like Miss Alice's by Angela Johnson

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A child spends the day with the lively new babysitter, Miss Alice.

About Angela Johnson

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Angela Johnson was born in Tuskegee, Alabama, but raised in Windham, Ohio; the only girl in a family of five. She now lives in Northeastern Ohio in a hundred year old house full of plants. When not writing she travels. On one of her trips to the California desert the inspiration for her first novel, Toning the Sweep came about.
Published March 1, 1995 by Scholastic. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Johnson's spare language doesn't convey much of the breadth or depth of Sara's feelings--''I danced a long time with Miss Alice.

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Miss Alice nevertheless soon has her dancing to the radio (``These are my dancing shoes, Sara,'' she says), eating a snack, taking a walk (Miss Alice has brought her brown walking shoes) napping (``I'll stay right here.

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