The sofa folded out into a bed. Nobody tried to figure out anymore how Angeline knew all the stuff she knew, the stuff she knew before she was born. Instead, they called her a name. They called her a genius. How does she do it?
And that way, nobody ever had to really try to understand. She heard her father outside the apartment door. She bent the page in her book to mark her place and jumped up to greet him as he opened it. I smell like garbage. She watched him walk into the bathroom and almost immediately she heard the shower running.
- Someday, Angeline.
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I bet he can take off his clothes faster than anyone in the world! In an odd way, he was afraid of Angeline. He remembered the time they went into a music store where she sat down and played the piano without ever having had a lesson. Everybody in the store stopped and listened to her. It was so pretty it scared him.
He was afraid he was going to somehow blow it for her. He put on his pajamas and robe. He never went out at night. He stepped into the living room. Now you can hug me, he said. Angeline hugged and kissed her father. I liked the way you smelled before better, she told him. She followed him into the kitchen and watched him cook dinner. Tomorrow, will you take me on the garbage truck with you? He sighed.
No, he said firmly. Besides, you have school tomorrow. Why does she always want to ride on that filthy truck? Abel wondered. He hated the garbage truck. The only reason he still worked at that stinking job was for Angeline, so that he could make enough money to send her to college someday.digitalcannoli.com/vugol-location-where-a.php
Someday buy her a piano. Buy her nice clothes because someday she was going to be a famous scientist, or a concert pianist, or President of the United States. Someday, Angeline… he thought. Then can I ride in the garbage truck? Angeline was put in the sixth grade. They put her in Mrs.
She sat at the back of the room. She started to put her thumb in her mouth but caught herself. She was smart enough for the sixth grade.
She was the smartest person in the class, but she still did dumb things like suck her thumb. She knew Mrs. Dust jacket quality is not guaranteed.
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Someday Angeline by Louis Sachar | Scholastic
Angeline is brilliant! She knows way more than a child of her age ought to. When she is moved up a class at school she finds that her intelligence doesn't equip her entirely for dealing with the pressures of being with the older group. Soon she is finding refuge with a teacher and her tropical fish. A younger novel by master storyteller Louis Sachar. A child genius struggles with what it means to be quite so clever.
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All orders are dispatched as swiftly as possible! Buy with confidence! Nobody understands why Angeline is so smart. She could read the first time she picked up a book, she can play the piano without ever having had a lesson, and she even knows what the weather is going to be.
But being smart is causing Angeline nothing but trouble. The mean kids in school call her a freak, her teacher finds her troublesome, and even her own father doesn't know what to do with an eight-year-old girl who seems to be a genius.