*** Le contrôleur du Bonheur*** Jennifer A. Nielsen - Author | LOWRY PAGE Compiled by: Toni DiNuzzo, Joan Moran, Heidi Pedersen, and Chris Yurgelonis with Kay E. Vandergrift in Young Adult Literature Lois Lowry was born March 20, 1937 in Hawaii to Robert and Katharine Hammersberg. Her father was an Army dentist and the family lived all over the world. She attended Brown University, but left after her sophomore year to get married and raise a family of four children. They settled in Maine, where she returned to college and received her degree from the University of Southern Maine. Lois Lowry, author of over 20 novels and winner of the Newbery Medal twice, is a woman to be taken seriously. In her books, Lois Lowry throws her characters and readers into many thought-provoking situations. Novels A Summer to Die. Other Black American Literature. Lois Lowry Papers-1977-1993 Kerlan Collection, University of Minnesota. Summaries Natalie has had a wonderful seventeen years. The summer after her high school graduation, she embarks on a journey of discovery. "...
James Howe In 2001, James Howe published The Misfits, the story of four outcast seventh-graders who try to end name-calling in their school. The book was instantly beloved by kids, teachers, and librarians, and it inspired the national movement known as No Name-Calling Week, sponsored by GLSEN (The Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network). Totally Joe and Addie on the Inside were published as companion novels to The Misfits in 2005 and 2011, and together the series has earned multiple starred reviews and a Junior Library Guild selection. The final companion novel to The Misfits, Also Known As Elvis, was published in 2014! James published his first book, Bunnicula: A Rabbit-Tale of Mystery in 1979, to great acclaim. A beloved story that has become a modern classic, Bunnicula has made countless children laugh and carrots quake with terror. Young readers of all ages are sure to find Harold, Chester, Bunnicula, and their animal friends irresistible, and their adventures uproarious!
Teenreads | immatériel·fr - La librairie numérique Chris Morphew 10 Interesting Lois Lowry Facts | My Interesting Facts Lois Lowry facts explore the information about an American writer who is famous with her autobiography and children’s books. Lois Lowry’s books are still popular among kids today. You can find out her contribution as a children writer and personal life by reading the following post below: Lois Lowry Facts 1: date of birth Lois Lowry is her pen name. Actually she was born with the full name Lois Ann Hammersberg on 20th March 1937. Lois Lowry Facts 2: awards During her life, she has received numerous kinds of awards. Lois Lowry Facts Lois Lowry Facts 3: international Hans Christian Andersen Award International Hans Christian Andersen Award is considered as the most prestigious award for the author for children book. Lois Lowry Facts 4: writing for teenagers Lois Lowry also contributes a lot for the development of writing for teenager’s books. Lois Lowry Image Lois Lowry Facts 5: subjects matters There are many difficult subjects served by Lois Lowry in her books. Lois Lowry Pic Lois Lowry Writer
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