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  • Phoenix Risingby Karen Hesse

    Henry Holt and Co. (BYR) 2009; US$ 8.99

    Karen Hesse is the author of many books for young people, including Out of the Dust , winner of the Newbery Medal, Letters from Rifka , Brooklyn Bridge , Sable and Lavender . She has received honors including the Scott O'Dell Historical Fiction Award, the Christopher Award, and the MacArthur Fellowship "Genius" Award, making her only the second... more...

  • Letters from Rifkaby Karen Hesse

    Henry Holt and Co. (BYR) 2009; US$ 7.99

    Karen Hesse calls Letters from Rifka "a gift to my grandparents and to my heritage, and to people like Rifka who have made the passage between two worlds." Ms Hesse is also the author of Wish on a Unicorn and the forthcoming Lester's Dog and Lavender . Karen Hesse lives in Williamsville, Vermont, with her husband, Randy, and her daughters,... more...

  • Safekeepingby Karen Hesse

    Feiwel & Friends 2012; US$ 18.99

    Family Relationships When Radley returns home and her parents aren't there, why does she assume they are in jail?What does Radley miss most about her parents?What regrets does Radley have concerning her actions toward her parents?What is the difference between Radley's and Celia's ideas of family? How have their families molded their beliefs about... more...

  • Aleutian Sparrowby Karen Hesse; Evon Zerbetz

    Margaret K. McElderry Books 2010; US$ 7.99

    In June 1942, seven months after attacking Pearl Harbor, the Japanese navy invaded Alaska's Aleutian Islands. For nine thousand years the Aleut people had lived and thrived on these treeless, windswept lands. Within days of the first attack, the entire native population living west of Unimak Island was gathered up and evacuated to relocation centers... more...

  • Brooklyn Bridgeby Karen Hesse; Chris Sheban

    Feiwel & Friends 2008; US$ 8.99

    Karen Hesse is the author of many books for young people, including Out of the Dust , winner of the Newbery Medal, Letters from Rifka , Phoenix Rising , Sable and Lavender . She has received honors including the Scott O'Dell Historical Fiction Award, the Christopher Award, and the MacArthur Fellowship "Genius" Award, making her only the second... more...

  • Aleutian Sparrowby Karen Hesse; Evon Zerbetz

    Margaret K. McElderry Books 2010; Not Available

    In June 1942, seven months after attacking Pearl Harbor, the Japanese navy invaded Alaska's Aleutian Islands. For nine thousand years the Aleut people had lived and thrived on these treeless, windswept lands. Within days of the first attack, the entire native population living west of Unimak Island was gathered up and evacuated to relocation centers... more...

  • Aleutian Sparrowby Karen Hesse; Evon Zerbetz

    Margaret K. McElderry Books 2010; Not Available

    In June 1942, seven months after attacking Pearl Harbor, the Japanese navy invaded Alaska's Aleutian Islands. For nine thousand years the Aleut people had lived and thrived on these treeless, windswept lands. Within days of the first attack, the entire native population living west of Unimak Island was gathered up and evacuated to relocation centers... more...

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