THE ADVENTURES OF MARK TWAIN BY HUCKLEBERRY FINN "Sam was born excited. He did stuff. He tramped and skylarked and poked his shovel into whatever tripped his fancy." If that sounds like how the fictional character Huckleberry Finn would describe his creator, Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain), then author Burleigh has at least nailed Huck-speak in this unorthodox picture-book biography for older Twainophiles. The "editors' " "Warning to the Reader
Review: The Adventures of Mark Twain by Huckleberry Finn A unique look at Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) through the eyes of Huck Finn. Huck relates the life of Twain and compares the two of them. Using dialect and explaining what they mean add authenticity to this Twain biography. Children will love hearing this book read out loud.
LibraryThing Review This was an unusual, yet wonderful idea from Burleigh. I liked it a lot. Huck Finn wrote about his author. Really interesting and really well done. Give it a read.
LibraryThing Review Huck tells the story of his creator's life in his own unique way. Very entertaining.
LibraryThing Review I think that this book is only going to appeal to adults. The text, written in dialect, is not going to be an easy read for young kids. I found it hard to follow at times myself! I noticed the
LibraryThing Review Everyone has read the Adventures of Huckleberry Fin by Mark Twain. This book is the Adventures of Mark Twain by Huckleberry Fin, a clever twist to a title. This book is produced in an interesting