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The Foot-Stomping Adventures of Clementine Sweet

3.71  ·  Rating Details  ·  21 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
This here's the story of the meanest, most ornery and pugnacious, pigtail-wearing, pint-sized person in the whole entire Texas Hill Country, and how she saved the town of Lovett from getting blown clear off the map. It's the story of little Clementine Sweet, the youngest of fourteen, who gets so tired of being forgotten about that she starts stomping on people's feet just ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published March 22nd 2004 by Clarion Books
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Nicole Bergen
Nov 06, 2014 Nicole Bergen rated it it was amazing
Shelves: edrd-314
Very cute plot!
Matthew
Oct 21, 2011 Matthew rated it liked it
This is another excellent tall tale from the same author team that wrote Cowboy Sam and the Confounded Secrets though I wasn't as taken with this one due in large part to the toe stomping that the main character gets away with. She's kind of an out-of-control bully for most of the book and the wrongness of that is never really addressed.
Jill
Oct 08, 2007 Jill rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: 2-5
Summary:
Clementine's family ignores her on her 6th birthday and she gets mad. She starts stomping people's feet. Her feet become so strong that she untangles a tornado to save Lovett, TX.

Reflection:
Fun story line with exciting details. Fun western jargon and great illustrations.

Themes:
behavior, Texas, humor, talltales
Jessica
Apr 08, 2010 Jessica rated it really liked it
Very witty southern phrases. Story was a little weird, but cute.

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Laura
Nov 06, 2008 Laura rated it really liked it
Shelves: children-s-books
Fun book and great illustrations.
Sarah Ward
Dec 01, 2013 Sarah Ward rated it it was amazing
Warmed my Texas heart.
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