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This is historical fiction at its best. A blend of past and present tells the story of the Tulsa race riot of 1921. A tied-in mystery keeps the story moving, but it was the history of Greenwood that kept me from putting this book down.
Ma, the Japanese concept of the silence between sounds, is always there, if you know where to look.
This beautifully illustrated book is a wonderful introduction to artists and art history from prehistory to the year 2010.
Some book! This is one you will want to hold in your hands, explore, and read over and over. For anyone, of any age, who loves and admires E.B. White.
This is a celebration of storytelling, from cave dwellings to our digital age. Enjoy!
Ma, the Japanese concept of the silence between sounds, is always there, if you know where to find it.
Wonderful characters, great story, I was completely charmed by this book. It’s the summer of 1975; three girls meet for the first time at baton-twirling lessons given by one time State Champion Ida Nee. All have plans to enter the Little Miss Central Florida Tire competition, all for very different reasons. Is two time Newbery winner Kate DiCamillo on her way to a third? I think so.
Intriguing, creative, thought provoking are words that may define this book. But it is its spirit that draws you back again and again.