Former boy-hater Katie John falls in love for the first time.
|Statement||by Mary Calhoun|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.C1278 Kav 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||154 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||154|
|ISBN 10||0060209313, 0060209321|
|LC Control Number||80007770|
Katie John and Heathcliff [Mary Calhoun] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Katie John and Heathcliff: Mary Calhoun: : Books 5/5(5). Latest Book in the Series. Katie John and Heathcliff Go to book. 1 Katie John by Mary Calhoun, Paul Frame (Ma ) $ Paperback Order in the next 76 hours 31 minutes and get it by Wednesday, February Only 2 left in stock - order soon. More Authors: Mary Calhoun, CALHOUN. Book Overview Katie John is shocked to discover she is noticing boys. Ever since reading Wuthering Heights she finds herself dreaming of Heathcliff and comparing all the boys in her class to him.5/5(1). Twenty years after her first appearance at age ten, Calhoun's Katie John is entering seventh grade and finding herself suddenly conscious of boys. (""Honestly! What was the matter with her?"") Having read Wuthering Heights during the summer, she is looking for a Heathcliff, and settles on new boy Jason, who gives her long deep looks in cooking class but seems to spend .
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Katie John and Heathcliff by Mary Calhoun; 2 editions; First published in Katie John and Heathcliff | Open Library. Katie John and Heathcliff 1st ed. by Mary Calhoun. Published by Harper & Row in New York. Written in EnglishPages: The book doesn't have a strong plot; the story revolves around the only child in family that moves from California to Missouri to sell an aunt's house but each chapter is a fairly distinct story of a random day in Katie John's life and it's4/5. It's DEFINITELY from the Katie John books, they are among my absolute favorites, and there is a fourth book, published much later than the first three, called "Katie John and Heathcliff." I think the hot potato episode is from "Honestly, Katie John" but I'll have to check my copy of the book tomorrow and can edit and let you know for sure.
Katie John and Heathcliff by Mary Calhoun A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. (Katie John #3) In the third Katie John book, all the sixth grade girls becomes boy crazy except Katie John. In self defense, she loudly declares that she hates boys and becomes a leader of the Boy-Haters Club. This hurts the feelings of her friend Edmund, who no 4/5. Katie John, Depend On Katie John, Honestly, Katie John!, and Katie John and Heathcliff. This is the fourth book about Katie John Tucker, a spunky Missouri girl, who is beginning to grow up. After reading Wuthering Heights over the summer, Katie becomes alive to the possibilities of romance in her life and fascinated by a handsome, older boy, although she is disgusted by the silliness that boy-craziness seems to cause in some of her classmates/5(1).