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Linda Lowery

Autor/a de Martin Luther King Day

46 obres 1,468 Membres 33 Ressenyes

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Obres de Linda Lowery

Martin Luther King Day (1987) 455 exemplars
Spell of the Winter Wizard (1983) 149 exemplars
Earth Day (1991) 86 exemplars
Truth and Salsa (2006) 71 exemplars
Pablo Picasso (1850) 60 exemplars
Day of the Dead (1800) 58 exemplars
Secret Sorceress (1983) 38 exemplars
Cinco De Mayo (2005) 31 exemplars
Georgia O'Keeffe (1996) 25 exemplars
Wilma Mankiller (1996) 16 exemplars
Mission Down Under (1998) 14 exemplars
Mexican Treasure Hunt (1998) 12 exemplars
Searching for Lulu (1998) 12 exemplars
Notes from Blue Mountain (1998) 8 exemplars
Last Chance in France (2000) 7 exemplars
Mardi Gras Mix-Up (1999) 7 exemplars
Laurie Tells (1994) 7 exemplars
Missing Piece in Greece (2000) 6 exemplars
Moon Dragon Summer (1984) 5 exemplars
Trouble on Ice (1999) 5 exemplars
Junk Lab (2003) 5 exemplars
Earthwise (1994) 1 exemplars
Murder in the Library (2015) 1 exemplars


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VillageProject | Hi ha 3 ressenyes més | Nov 10, 2022 |
Young Hannah has been chosen to help others and her angel friends guide her on the journey. Hannah makes new friends as she helps those that seem like they are alone in their struggle. In Mardi Gras Mix Up Hannah is led to a young boy in a wheelchair who has run away because he does not want to leave his home.

I like chapter books like this. It is a sweet short story not made too easy. It reminds me of Touched By Angel for kids. This was the first one in this series I had read. I could follow what was happening but I did feel like I would understand the reason for angels if I read the first book. Hopefully one day I will.

The only downside is that I feel the angels are not in the book as much as I thought they would be. Everything is kinda put on Hannah’s shoulders which is kinda rough for a preteen.

Hannah and the Angels is a great series for kids ages 5 and up. I would also recommend The Fairy School series by Gail Carson Levine.
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lavenderagate | Dec 16, 2021 |
I remember getting this book for Christmas, maybe in 1983 or 1984. I don't have my original copy, which had a gemstone on the spine. The cover artwork is pretty evocative, and I picked it up to read because of the winter going on around me. I remember having a pretty strong mixed reaction to it when I read it initially - I wanted these books to be about adult adventurers with full equipment and abilities, but this one is about a female adopted ward of the wizard of eternal spring, who is incapacitated with illness when he is captured by the wizard of eternal winter.

I found most of the entries and choices to have a deus ex machina type of plot, where the choices made are rather token. I suppose that all Choose Your Own Adventure types of books have this kind of issue, but this book was particularly strong.

The interior artwork is acceptable, but not great. I was surprised to find that there is an actual scene of the cover art in one of the stories - I had thought it was just bad advertising. Nevertheless, it wasn't quite what I thought it would be about.

Overall, I enjoyed reading this book again, and recalling some of the pleasant memories of my youth.
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quinton.baran | Mar 29, 2021 |



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