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  • Title: Ellen Grae
  • Author: Vera Cleaver Bill Cleaver Ellen Raskin
  • ISBN: 9780241023068
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Ellen Grae By Vera Cleaver Bill Cleaver Ellen Raskin This is a story for a magazine, a good story for a good magazine Ellen Grae at eleven is a self proclaimed matutinophile a clear eyed inventor of tragic tales a hater of soap and water and friend of the friendless in short, an original She is also the only person simpleminded Ira will talk to and what he tells her that he buried his parents in the swamp after they trThis is a story for a magazine, a good story for a good magazine Ellen Grae at eleven is a self proclaimed matutinophile a clear eyed inventor of tragic tales a hater of soap and water and friend of the friendless in short, an original She is also the only person simpleminded Ira will talk to and what he tells her that he buried his parents in the swamp after they tried to provoke a rattlesnake to bite him and were poisoned themselves she believes The responsibility of knowing and not telling and the fear of what would happen to Ira if she did tell make her morose and withdrawn Her parents force her to reveal the secret, and help her decide to tell the sheriff, but he laughs it off as another of Ellen Grae s stories and she agrees Her parents are disgusted while Ellen puts it all behind her, saying to herself Maybe a way to make yourself feel better will come to you it always does Ellen s false admission comes without preparation or explanation and the deliberately ambiguous conclusion is likely to confound children both her action and her reaction are motivated by apparent resignation to the incomprehensible, inconsistent status quo, by a very adult attitude of making do It s too bad characterization is apt, the dialogue crackles, and each scene is vividly realized we d like to see these new authors again, with of Ellen Raskin s haunting illustrations.
    Vera Cleaver Bill Cleaver Ellen Raskin
    After her first book, The Nurse s Dilemma 1966 , most of her magazine articles and 16 novels for children were written with her husband, Bill.Together, they produced than a dozen novels for young adults Their subject matter reveals a particular interest in mountain children who have both physical and mental problems The Cleavers were three times nominated for the National Book Award, and their novels made multiple appearances on the American Library Associations list of Notable Books Settings often mirror the Cleavers place of residence.After Bill s death, Vera Cleaver wrote Sugar Blues 1984 and Sweetly Sings the Donkey 1985.

    Ellen Grae By Vera Cleaver Bill Cleaver Ellen Raskin

    Commentaires:

    Michael Fitzgerald
    Great characters and an odd story that leaves the reader wanting I will have to investigate the sequel.

    Sharon Zink
    This is a story about a pre adolescent girl and her friends The plot isn t much, but the characters are memorable.

    Colleen
    This was a cute little tale sort of a fable debating a moral dilemma written for middle schoolers It didn t resolve everything perfectly but things resolved well enough that I left the book happy enough.

    Alaina
    Nothing much happens, and even as an adult reader I d wish for something , but it s a sweet little book.

    Cheryl
    sophisticated uncompromising not really for children.

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      Published :2020-03-19T11:49:49+00:00