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Gloria D. Miklowitz (1927–2015)

Autor/a de The War Between the Classes

69+ obres 1,009 Membres 14 Ressenyes

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Obres de Gloria D. Miklowitz

The War Between the Classes (1985) 143 exemplars
Masada: The Last Fortress (1998) 123 exemplars
After the Bomb (1985) 93 exemplars
Secrets in the House of Delgado (2001) 91 exemplars
Ghastly Ghostly Riddles (1977) 67 exemplars
The Enemy Has a Face (2003) 63 exemplars
After the Bomb: Week One (1987) 40 exemplars
Barefoot Boy (1964) 27 exemplars
Good-Bye Tomorrow (1987) 23 exemplars
Anything to Win (1989) 22 exemplars
Past Forgiving (1995) 16 exemplars
Did You Hear What Happened to Andrea? (1979) — Autor — 15 exemplars
Standing tall, looking good (1991) 14 exemplars
Desperate Pursuit (1992) 14 exemplars
Secrets Not Meant to Be Kept (1987) 13 exemplars
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr (1977) 13 exemplars
Love Story,take 3 (1986) 11 exemplars
Camouflage (1998) 10 exemplars
Save that raccoon! (1978) 9 exemplars
The Day the Senior Class Got Married (1983) — Autor — 9 exemplars
Dr. Seuss (Dominie Biography) (2002) 9 exemplars
Harry Truman (1975) 9 exemplars
Close to the Edge (1983) 8 exemplars
A Time to Hurt, A Time to Heal (1974) — Autor — 7 exemplars
SACAJAWEA (Dominie Biography) (2002) 7 exemplars
Ray Kroc (2002) 5 exemplars
Earthquake! (1977) 4 exemplars
Paramedic Emergency! (1977) 4 exemplars
Shirley Temple Black (2002) 4 exemplars
Rollerskating (1979) 4 exemplars
The zoo that moved (1968) 4 exemplars
BILL GATES (Dominie Biography) (2002) 3 exemplars
Suddenly Super Rich (1989) 3 exemplars
Unwed Mother (1960) — Autor — 3 exemplars
Turning off (1972) 3 exemplars
The Emerson High Vigilantes (1988) 3 exemplars
Runaway (1977) 3 exemplars
Anne Frank A Secret Diary (2009) 3 exemplars
Huis van geheimen 2 exemplars
The Love Bombers (1982) 2 exemplars
Tracy Austin (1978) 2 exemplars
Verfolgte Liebe (1993) 2 exemplars
Before Love (1982) 2 exemplars
Steve Cauthen (1978) 1 exemplars

Obres associades

Shattered: Stories of Children and War (2002) — Col·laborador — 146 exemplars
No Easy Answers: Short Stories About Teenagers Making Tough Choices (1997) — Col·laborador — 138 exemplars
Visions: 19 Short Stories (1987) — Col·laborador — 71 exemplars


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New York, New York, USA
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Pasadena, California, USA
University of Michigan
young adult writer
Miklowitz, Julius (husband)
Biografia breu
From the Scholastic web site: Gloria D. Miklowitz is the author of over 60 fiction and nonfiction books for children and young adults. Her books have won national and international awards and deal with important issues such as racial injustice, steroid abuse, date violence and militia involvement. Three of her novels were made into award-winning television specials, including one which won the Emmy for "Best Children's Special" in 1985 (The War Between the Classes). A frequent speaker at schools, Ms. Miklowitz has also taken part in conferences in the USA, South Africa and Sweden.



YA Story about a color war game a Name that Book (gener 2013)


Classic sensationalist well-intentioned '80s weirdness! For even more of this, check out Gloria D. Miklowitz's Secrets Not Meant to Be Kept.
jollyavis | Hi ha 2 ressenyes més | Dec 14, 2021 |
Read this one when I was a kid. I was obsessed with Nadia and gymnastics in general at the time so I really enjoyed it.
LTSings | Jun 29, 2020 |
Emiko is an American teenager of Japanese heritage. She is torn between wanting to be like any other American teenager and living up to her parents' expectations and cultural standards. Often she reflects on cultural prejudice and discrimination. When she and her boyfriend take part in a project at school, these relfections gain a new dimension. In the "Colour Game," each student is assigned a colour, representing different classes in a made-up society. The strict culture of bowing and intimidation in this society soon makes the students realise how grouping processes in a society work, why people feel intimidated or superior just by being a member of a specific class and how predjudice influences people's behaviour.

The intention of the book may be noble, I however feel like it is far too obvious. Everything one could learn and deduce from the characters' experiences is stated somewhere in the novel so that there is barely any chance to read the novel actively, think about it. Everything is spelled out for you to just read. That makes the message far too obvious and takes away the fun of reading.
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Lilya05 | Hi ha 2 ressenyes més | Aug 12, 2017 |
Netta, an Israeli, is troubled when her brother doesn't come home. The family had moved to Los Angeles, and had brought their knowledge of the terror of Palestinian/Israeli conflict with them, and it affected how they saw things. A Palestinian boy, who reminds her of suicide bombers, sits down, and she suddenly suspects him in her brother's disappearance. In the end of the book, Netta and her parents find out that Adam was NOT killed because he was Jewish or from Israeal. The Palestinians had nothing to do with his death.… (més)
JRlibrary | Hi ha 3 ressenyes més | Jul 6, 2010 |



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