The Blossoms Meet the Vulture Lady

The Blossoms Meet the Vulture Lady What s Junior Blossom up to this time When we first met Junior in The Not Just Anybody Family he was trying to fly with his homemade wings Now having recovered from two broken legs he s ready to st

  • Title: The Blossoms Meet the Vulture Lady
  • Author: Betsy Byars
  • ISBN: 9780440406778
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Paperback
  • What s Junior Blossom up to this time When we first met Junior in The Not Just Anybody Family, he was trying to fly with his homemade wings Now, having recovered from two broken legs, he s ready to startle the world by inventing the best coyote trap ever.But Junior s great ideas have a way of backfiring Like his wings, his trap leads him into disaster He soon finds himsWhat s Junior Blossom up to this time When we first met Junior in The Not Just Anybody Family, he was trying to fly with his homemade wings Now, having recovered from two broken legs, he s ready to startle the world by inventing the best coyote trap ever.But Junior s great ideas have a way of backfiring Like his wings, his trap leads him into disaster He soon finds himself in a dark cave with Mad Mary, the vulture lady, who eats varmint stew.Meanwhile, the rest of the Blossom family sets out to search for the missing young inventor They find the trap, but where s Junior

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    About “Betsy Byars

    • Betsy Byars

      Betsy Byars has written over sixty books for young people Her first published in 1962 and since then she has published regularly Her books have been translated into nineteen languages and she gets thousands of letters from readers in the United States and from all over the world.She has won many awards Among them are the Newbery Medal in 1971 for her novel The Summer of the Swans, the American Book Award in 1981 for The Night Swimmers, The Edgar for the best mystery for young people in 1992 for WantedMud Blossom and the Regina Medal by the Catholic Library Association for the body of her work She especially values her many state awards which were voted on by the readers of the state.Betsy attended public schools in North Carolina and graduated from Queens College in Charlotte, NC with a major in English She began her writing career five years after her graduation by publishing short magazine articles As she began to read to her children, her interest in writing for young people began.Our Home Betsy lives with her husband Ed on an air strip in South Carolina They are both pilots, and the bottom floor of their house is a hangar so they can taxi out and take off, almost from their front yard The top floor of the house Betsy s studio

    515 thoughts on “The Blossoms Meet the Vulture Lady

    • Took me awhile to learn that Junior is actually the younger boy. What a crazy family. I admire them so much, though I'm nothing like them and could never have been. I do recommend you try to read them in order, especially if, like me, you like to understand what's going on and who's who.


    • Another one of Junior's inventions is about to get him into trouble. Hearing about the $100 reward for a rampaging coyote, Junior builds a foolproof coyote trap. After hauling it into the woods, Junior crawls inside to set the hamburger bait. He accidentally jostles the bait, and the door swishes closed. Junior hears the double click of the latches he so carefully attached to the door and knows he'll never get out. He screams and cries himself into exhaustion. When Mad Mary the Vulture Lady (so [...]


    • This review also appears on my blog, Read-at-Home Mom.A year has passed since Junior Blossom broke his legs and Pap went to jail. Now Junior is working on a brand-new, top secret project - a coyote trap. While the rest of his family is busy, Junior takes his trap into the woods to set it, only to accidentally trap himself inside. To his surprise, he is rescued by an eccentric recluse known as Mad Mary, whose kindness toward Junior sparks a new, unlikely friendship.This second book about the Blos [...]


    • Byars was one of my all-time favourite authors as a kid and I've continued to read her work ever since. The Blossom series is one of my favourites. Book 1 was absolutely hilarious and while this book has its funny moments it is more of a poignant story. Jr. is up to his usual inventing and creating; this time building a coyote trap so he can win the capture reward money. Only things don't go as planned and Jr. ends up capturing two pitiful creatures, but no coyote. Jr. meets Mary Cantrell, bette [...]


    • 4 STARS"Junior Blossom has set out to test his brand-new invention, a coyote trap. How on earth does he end up lost in a cave with Mad Mary, a.k.a. "the Vulture Lady" while his family attempts to find him in this suspenseful and sidesplitting Blossom Family sequel." (From )I loved the Blossom family as they were crazier than my own family. I still remember reading this series one summer outside on the deck. I would start reading after lunch and chores until it became too dark to read anymore.


    • my favorite part was when the blossoms found out that the vulture lady was nicee worst part was when a kid was at the vulture lady's house and his parents couldn't find hime best character was the vulture lady because she was nice to the kidere was no worst character because they all were nice.Auryn 9 years.


    • We loved this book! We listened to it in the car. We love hearing about the Blossom Family. Junior is so hilarious. I highly recommend this as a read-aloud for any family.


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