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Annie explained Annie, review Annie, trailer Annie, box office Annie, analysis Annie, Annie d41e Life Was Hard For Everyone In The Depression But Especially Hard For Children In An Orphanage Annie Is Waiting, Hoping The Parents Who Left Her There Will Return For Her One DaySuddenly Daddy Warbucks Whisks Annie And Her Lovable Dog Sandy Off To His Fabulous Mansion Where They All Begin The Most Exciting, Scary, And Fantastic Adventure Of Their Lives

  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Annie
  • Leonore Fleischer
  • English
  • 07 January 2018
  • 0345304519

About the Author: Leonore Fleischer

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10 thoughts on “Annie

  1. says:

    The musical was performed at school, I d seen the movie, so reading the book just had to happen I loved them all

  2. says:

    Well done I was the same age as the actress in 1982 and I read everything I could about this movie The book explained somethings that were absent in the movie I loved everything about Annie.

  3. says:

    A movie novelization is a book written based on the screenplay of a film I have loved movie novelizations since I was in middle school It s very different from reading a book that a movie is based on Movie novelizations usually end up being pretty close to what you see on the screen though you will occasionally read some scenes that ended up on the cutting room floor prior to the film being released Novelizations fill in some of the gaps that are left in the movies.

  4. says:

    I don t know why but I like the new versions better

  5. says:

    Read Full Detailed review novel by Leonore Fleischer is based on the screenplay of the 1982 film by Carol Sobieski I had watched the film as a young kid I had a mop of curly hair then and imagined that I was some kind of an Annie myself.Annie is one of 60 orphans at the Hudson Street Home for Girls The keeper, Miss Hannigan, is mean and mistreats the girls, reserving all her love for her gin But Annie is unperturbed She has a Dream that someday Read Full Detailed review novel by Leonore Fleischer is based on the screenplay of the 1982 film by Carol Sobieski I had watched the film as a young kid I had a mop of curly hair then and imagined that I was some kind of an Annie myself.Annie is one of 60 orphans at the Hudson Street Home for Girls The keeper, Miss Hannigan, is mean and mistreats the girls, reserving all her love for her gin But Annie is unperturbed She has a Dream that someday her parents will return to fetch her They will claim her and the proof of recognition will be the halves of a locket they and she have.When she is invited to live with billionaire Oliver Warbucks for a week as part of a PR exercise to make him appear human, she quickly endears herself not only to the staff members and Grace Farrill, Warbucks secretary, but also to Warbucks himself.So much so that that Warbucks even wants to adopt her But Annie won t have it She still pines for her parents To fulfill her dream, Warbucks offers the windfall of 50,000, a bumper amount, to the parents But will Annie find her loving parents or is there foul play in store for her What I liked about the book, apart from the rags to riches story, was the historical, political and social context that made the story real The writing was indulgent towards all the characters, even the villainous ones, even in the midst of the caricaturing There was a generous dose of sensitivity and humour.The introduction of Sandy, the dog, and his first, in hindsight, fortuitous, meeting with Annie is beautiful.The author paints such a realistic picture of life during that time, complete with the action on the street in New York.There s even a chapter devoted to Warbucks and Annie s meeting with President Roosevelt, which allows us to see a marvelous invention, the helicopter, in action It is an invention which will play a crucial role later on in a thrilling rescue sequence

  6. says:

    Heartwrenching and delightful.

  7. says:

    This was an awesome story I enjoyed the characters, the plot and the ultimate message Miss Hannigan was so funny I know she wasn t meant to be but her comments and her persona was just hysterical SPOILER Even though she starts out as the villain in this book she definitely has a great redemption at the end If you have seen the film that came out in 1982, where Carol Burnett played Miss Hannigan then you will know exactly what I mean when I say that she was cast perfectly I would rec This was an awesome story I enjoyed the characters, the plot and the ultimate message Miss Hannigan was so funny I know she wasn t meant to be but her comments and her persona was just hysterical SPOILER Even though she starts out as the villain in this book she definitely has a great redemption at the end If you have seen the film that came out in 1982, where Carol Burnett played Miss Hannigan then you will know exactly what I mean when I say that she was cast perfectly I would recommend it

  8. says:

    Annie is musical play featuring insert title here Annie lives in an orphanage along with other girls Miss Hannigan is their heartless caretaker, that seems to be only in it for the money One night Annie decides that she has had enough and runs away to experience a bit of what the city life is She meets a stray dog who she names sandy, and things were great until she is caught by the police and brought back to the orphanage When she arrives she is greeted by Grace Farrell, the person that Annie is musical play featuring insert title here Annie lives in an orphanage along with other girls Miss Hannigan is their heartless caretaker, that seems to be only in it for the money One night Annie decides that she has had enough and runs away to experience a bit of what the city life is She meets a stray dog who she names sandy, and things were great until she is caught by the police and brought back to the orphanage When she arrives she is greeted by Grace Farrell, the person that soon gives her the biggest life opportunity she s had yet Annie was overall a great short story that was fun to read and act The humor was surprisingly sufficient and you get to know every character and enjoy every one of them I would recommend this if you love cheesy, sweet stories that you want to be able to pick up and finish in one sitting

  9. says:

    This is kind of a boring book, so I wouldn t suggest it.

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