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Cette histoire touchante est empreinte d'une douce tranquillité. L'auteure Karen Hesse et l'artiste Jon J. Muth capturent avec brio la magnificence d'une averse soudaine en une journée de chaleur accablante. Bien plus qu'un simple récit sur le…

Out Of The Dust

by Karen Hesse

|January 1, 1999

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This gripping story, written in sparse first-person, free-verse poems, is the compelling tale of Billie Jo's struggle to survive during the dust bowl years of the Depression. With stoic courage, she learns to cope with the loss of her mother and her grieving…

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From Newbery media winner Karen Hesse comes an unforgettable story of an immigrant family's journey to America. "America," the girl repeated. "What will you do there?" I was silent for a little time. "I will do everything there," I answered. Rifka knows nothing…

Music Of Dolphins

by Karen Hesse

|February 1, 1998

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A girl raised by dolphins must choose between two worlds in this critically acclaimed novel about what it means to be a human being. Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year, SLJ Best Book of the Year, ALA Best Book for Young Adults.

Just Juice

by Karen Hesse

|November 1, 1999

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Letters and numbers don't make any sense to Juice Faulstich. She'd rather skip school and help her father in his workshop. But when the bank threatens to repossess her family's home, Juice faces her first life-size problem and is determined to find a way out.

Come On, Rain

by Karen Hesse

|March 26, 1999

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Newbery Medalist Karen Hesse recreates the body and soul-renewing experience of a summer downpour after a sweltering city heat wave.

Witness

by Karen Hesse

|March 1, 2003

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This is a year in the life of a small American town. The year is 1924, and a town in Vermont has been invaded by an insidious menace: the Ku Klux Klan. Although the story is told through the voices of many characters, two young girls -Leanora Sutter and Esther…

Sable

by Karen Hesse

|January 19, 2010

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Tate is overjoyed when a scrawny mutt turns up in the yard one day. She even persuades Mam and Pap to let her keep Sable, named for her dark, silky fur. But before long, the dog begins to cause trouble with the neighbors and Mam and Pap decide the dog must go.…

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In this unique introduction to the Holocaust for younger readers, Newbery Medalist Karen Hesse tells a powerful story about life in the Warsaw Ghetto during World War II - and about one Jewish girl's involvement in the Resistance. At once terrifying and soulful,…

Safekeeping

by Karen Hesse

|January 5, 2016

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Radley's parents had warned her that all hell would break loose if the American People's Party took power. And now, with the president assassinated and the government cracking down on citizens, the news is filled with images of vigilante groups, frenzied…

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Newbery Medal winner Karen Hesse's Civil War diary, A LIGHT IN THE STORM, is now back in print with a beautiful new cover! In 1861, Amelia Martin's father is stripped of his post as a ship's captain when he is caught harboring the leader of a slave rebellion. Now…

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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…