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About Julie Gassman
The youngest in a family of nine children, Julie Gassman grew up in Howard, South Dakota. After college, she traded in small-town life for the world of magazine publishing in New York City. She now lives in southern Minnesota with her husband and their three children and one rescue pup.
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Books By Julie Gassman
You Get What You Get (Little Boost) Apr 1, 2014
Melvin throws fit after fit when he doesn't get what he wants. He must learn how to deal with disappointment. After all, you get what you get and you don't throw a fit.
Do Not Let Your Dragon Spread Germs Jan 1, 2021
Your dragon loves to hug and high-five and shake hands and sing and blow bubbles and share happiness everywhere she goes. Dragons want to spread joy to everyone! But some of those actions are also spreading germs. It’s time to wash your hands, mask up, and teach your dragon how to share joy in a safe and healthy way. Author Julie Gassman uses rhyming text, relatable examples, and a diverse cast of characters to teach kids about germs in the sixth book in the Do Not Take Your Dragon picture book series.
Ruth's Pink Pajamas (Little Boost) Apr 1, 2014
Ruth loves her super soft, cushy-wushy pink pajamas and wants to wear them to school. Her mom knows it's a bad idea, but Ruth doesn't listen. Ruth soon learns her lesson and realizes her mom was right all along.
Have you ever thought about bringing your dragon to the library? Don't do it! You might have the best intentions, but that dragon will cause nothing but trouble. Using rhyming text and a diverse cast of characters, this charming picture book will provide some important—and some not so important—library etiquette in a very entertaining way.
Nobody Wants to Play with a Ball Hog (Sports Illustrated Kids Victory School Superstars) Apr 1, 2014
Tyler couldn't believe it when he discovered his super ability while playing basketball with his dad. He's a perfect shot! Since he can't miss, he quits passing to his teammates. Soon the other teams figure out how to stop him, and his teammates get mad. When will Tyler learn that nobody wants to play with a ball hog?
Lucille Gets Jealous (Little Boost) Apr 1, 2014
Lucille is very jealous of her little sister, Margaret. Everything Margaret does gets attention, and Lucille feels left out. When their grandma comes to visit, Lucille must learn how to deal with her jealousy.
Alicia's brother Danny and his friends are always putting down cheerleading. One of them even said the cheerleaders don't belong at the Victory School. But Alicia knows that everyone on the team has something special, like her super jumping ability. She just has to prove to Danny and the others that cheerleading really is a sport.
September 11, 2001 was a black day in U.S. history. Amid the chaos, sea captains and crews raced by boat to the tragic Manhattan scene. Nearly 500,000 people on Manhattan Island were rescued that day in what would later be called the largest sea evacuation in history. In this rarely told story of heroism, we come to understand that in our darkest hours, people shine brightly as a beacon of hope.
Skating Is Hard When You're Homesick (Sports Illustrated Kids Victory School Superstars) Apr 1, 2014
During a school trip, Alicia takes figure skating lessons so she can start a hockey cheer squad for her friend Danny. But when she becomes homesick, she'd rather stay in bed than get out on the ice.
Alicia's pen pal's cheer squad needs new uniforms, but they don't have the money to buy them. So Alicia decides to raise money for them with a volleyball tournament. She is excited to play herself, but she can't seem to get her serves right. Will Alicia remember that you can't spike your serves?