History Creator / RosemaryWells

6th Feb '16 2:19:15 PM brb1006
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* CharacterTitle: The 1998 book ''Yoko''.
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* CharacterTitle: The 1998 book ''Yoko''.{{Literature/Yoko}}.
4th Feb '16 1:27:05 PM brb1006
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* SmugSmiler: Claud at least in the animated series.
4th Feb '16 1:11:58 PM brb1006
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** Timothy also hasn't shown up in any of Wells recent books since the book tie-ins for the Nelvana animated series in the early 2000s.

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** Angelo the mouse (Who shows up in the later books) is pretty much like Timothy as a mouse ** Yoko herself is pretty much a cat version of Timothy's original friend from the 1981 version of the "Timothy Goes To School" book.
4th Feb '16 11:01:26 AM Monolaf317
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* AlternateContinuity: Some ''Yoko'' books have an alternate continuity from one another (the titular character stills starts her first day of school in each kind), such as the earlier "Yoko and Friends: School Days'' series, and the later ''Yoko'' series with Angelo the mouse (essentially being a minor {{Expy}} to Timothy, who doesn't appear at all), Sylvia, and Olive.
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* AlternateContinuity: Some ''Yoko'' books have an alternate continuity from one another (the titular character stills starts her first day of school in each kind), such as the earlier "Yoko and Friends: School Days'' Days" series, and the later ''Yoko'' series with Angelo the mouse (essentially being a minor {{Expy}} to Timothy, who doesn't appear at all), Sylvia, and Olive.
4th Feb '16 11:00:32 AM Monolaf317
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* AlternateContinuity: Some ''Yoko'' books have an alternate continuity from one another (the titular character stills starts her first day of school in each kind), such as the "Yoko and Friends: School Days'' series, and the ''Yoko'' series with Angelo the mouse, Sylvia, and Olive.
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* AlternateContinuity: Some ''Yoko'' books have an alternate continuity from one another (the titular character stills starts her first day of school in each kind), such as the earlier "Yoko and Friends: School Days'' series, and the later ''Yoko'' series with Angelo the mouse, mouse (essentially being a minor {{Expy}} to Timothy, who doesn't appear at all), Sylvia, and Olive.
3rd Feb '16 3:10:06 PM Monolaf317
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* {{Anthology}}: The Yoko book "Yoko's World Of Kindness" combines 6 stories from the Yoko & Friends series.

** Sylvia and Olive from the Yoko series
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** Sylvia and Olive from the Yoko seriesseries. * AlternateContinuity: Some ''Yoko'' books have an alternate continuity from one another (the titular character stills starts her first day of school in each kind), such as the "Yoko and Friends: School Days'' series, and the ''Yoko'' series with Angelo the mouse, Sylvia, and Olive. * {{Anthology}}: The Yoko book "Yoko's World Of Kindness" combines 6 stories from the Yoko & Friends series.
30th Jan '16 8:57:58 PM brb1006
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* AdaptationalHeroism: In the animated series "Timothy Goes To School" some of her characters act alot more nicer than there were in the books. ** Charles's parents (Mainly his father) are alot more nicer than they were in the original book version "Shy Charles" [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/tumblr_inline_nl7l95uje51s8t8db.jpg where his father starts harshly calling him out on his shyness during a game of Football causing Charles to cry.]] ** Claude actually becomes friends with Timothy later in the series while in the original book version (Especially the 1981 version) never becomes friends with Timothy and continues not liking him.
30th Jan '16 8:42:14 PM brb1006
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* AdultsAreUseless: At least in "Benjamin & Tulip" Benjamin's aunt doesn't even think about calling out Tulip or her actions for beating up and starting a fight with him.

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* FreeRangeChildren: Common in her books made in the 70's and 80's but she later abandoned this trope in the 90's.
24th Jan '16 5:15:37 PM Monolaf317
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** Yoko's mother also cries when the Netsuke family is stolen by someone in "When I Grow Up".
20th Jan '16 12:13:51 PM brb1006
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* DarkerAndEdgier: Wells made two books dealing with Divorce and coping with death both gearing towards older readers. Same goes for the other books she made without her signature animal illustrations such as "Red Moon" which is set during TheAmericanCivilWar and "Through The Hidden Door".
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* DarkerAndEdgier: Wells made two books dealing with Divorce and coping with death both gearing towards older readers. Same goes for the other books she made without her signature animal illustrations such as "Red Moon" which is set during TheAmericanCivilWar {{The American Civil War}} and "Through The Hidden Door".
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