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Will you forgive me?

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Published by Scholastic in New York .
Written in English


  • Bears,
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Forgiveness,
  • Honesty,
  • Foxes

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When Figgy is involved in the disappearance of Jefferson Bear"s favorite tickling stick, she is afraid to tell him what has happened, but he forgives her after she confesses.

Edition Notes

StatementSally Grindley ; illustrated by Penny Dann
ContributionsDann, Penny
LC ClassificationsPZ7.G88446 Whv 2002x
The Physical Object
Pagination1 volume (unpaged) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26335647M
ISBN 100439409063
ISBN 109780439409063

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Sep 18,  · Exquisitely written, with reproductions of her marvelous forgeries, Can You Ever Forgive Me? is “a slender, sordid, and pretty damned fabulous book about her misadventures” (The New York Times Book Review)/5(6). Oct 16,  · The book was mediocre. Israel stated that her forged letters were her best writing. I have to agree. The copies of the letters were the best parts of her book. The movie was pretty true to the book, but was much more interesting. Can Your Ever Forgive Me? was a very short read. It might be of interest, especially if you’ve seen the movie/5(). While the title Can You Ever Forgive Me? suggests that Israel might be sorry for her crimes, the book reveals a writer who appears proud of her ability to fool so many people with her writing skills. Israel tells her reader that after the first two books she wrote were so successful, she was not prepared for the failure of her book about Lauder. In researching the Can You Ever Forgive Me? true story, we learned that Lee Israel grew up in a Jewish family in Brooklyn and attended Midwood High School. She graduated from Brooklyn College in with a bachelor's degree in speech. She had one brother, Edward, who she was not .

In CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME?, Melissa McCarthy stars as Lee Israel, the best-selling celebrity biographer (and cat lover) who made her living in the 's and 80's profiling the likes of Katharine 98%. Sep 01,  · At first I didn't get the blurbs on the back of Lee Israel's Can You ever Forgive Me? Memoirs of a Literary Forger. I thought the slim book might be a re-print, given the quotes were from Groucho Marz, George S. Kaufman, Katherine Hepburn, 5/5(5). Exquisitely written, Can You Ever Forgive Me? is “a slender, sordid, and pretty damned fabulous book about her misadventures” Maybe if I knew anything about the celebrities in the letters they may have interested me, but they weren't and they didnt. The book finally started moving again but ended quickly. I was left wondering why I had. Jan 30,  · Can You Ever Forgive Me? It also invents a possible love interest for Lee in the form of a sweetly shy antiquarian-book dealer (Dolly Wells). But .