Winter According to Humphrey by Betty G. BirneyA hamsterific celebration of the best time of the year
Room 26 is abuzz. The students are making costumes and practicing their special songs for the Winter Wonderland program and Humphrey is fascinated by all the ways his classmates celebrate the holidays (especially the yummy food). He also has problems to solve like how to get Do-It-Now-Daniel to stop procrastinating, convince Helpful-Holly to stop stressing over presents, and come up with the perfect gift for Og the frog. Of course he manages to do all that while adding delightful heart and humor to the holiday season.
Nominated for twenty-four state awards and the winner of seven, the Humphrey series is a hit across the country. And hes becoming a one school/one book favorite!
Where could I buy Kramer's Coffee Table Book About Coffee Tables from Seinfeld?
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Hey there, they have never published the actual book. However, if you purchase the box set, there is a 'coffee table book' that comes along displaying all the characters and each episode in detail. You can find a variety of coffee tables and end tables at Target or Target. A coffee table will reflect the owner's style of decoration. The traditional coffee table is rectangular, with four legs and sits about two feet from the ground. Traditional end tables are more square, but some stores offer low costs end tables that are round in shape and are covered in a cloth. Many coffee tables are made of wood.
Cosmo Kramer , usually referred to as simply " Kramer ", is a fictional character on the American television sitcom Seinfeld — , played by Michael Richards. The character is loosely based on comedian Kenny Kramer , Larry David's ex-neighbor across the hall. Kramer is the friend and neighbor of main character Jerry , residing in Apartment 5B, and is friends with George and Elaine. Of the series' four central characters, only Kramer has no visible means of support; what few jobs he holds seem to be nothing more than larks. A lovable rogue , his trademarks include his upright hairstyle and vintage wardrobe, whose combination led Elaine to characterize him as a " hipster doofus ";  his taste in fresh fruit; love of occasional smoking, Cuban cigars in particular; bursts through Jerry's apartment door without even bothering to knock first; frequent pratfalls and penchant for nonsensical, percussive outbursts of noise to indicate skepticism , agreement, irritation and a variety of other feelings. He's been described as "an extraordinary cross between Eraserhead and Herman Munster ".
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Cosmo Kramer usually referred to by his last name only Kramer , played by Michael Richards , is the wacky neighbor and friend of Jerry Seinfeld. Kramer's character is based on the real-life Kenny Kramer , a neighbor of co-creator Larry David. Larry was hesitant to use Kenny Kramer's real name for the fictional Kessler, because he suspected that Kenny Kramer would take advantage of this. His suspicion turned out to be correct; Kenny Kramer created the "Kramer Reality Tour," a New York City bus tour that points out actual locations of events or places featured in Seinfeld. In fact, the "Kramer Reality Tour" is itself spoofed on Seinfeld —when Cosmo Kramer receives money from catalog sales company owner Jacopo Peterman for the use of his various stories in Peterman's biography, he develops a reality bus tour and touts himself as "The Real J. The backwards episode, " The Betrayal ", explains that Kramer's original name, "Kessler", is just a misspelling on his intercom buzzer.
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