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by Paul Fleischman
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Literature & Fiction
  • Author:
    Paul Fleischman
  • ISBN:
    0064405885
  • ISBN13:
    978-0064405881
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    HarperCollins (March 31, 1995)
  • Pages:
    128 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Literature & Fiction
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  • FB2 format
    1752 kb
  • ePUB format
    1366 kb
  • DJVU format
    1269 kb
  • Rating:
    4.7
  • Votes:
    678
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Электронная книга "Bull Run", Paul Fleischman Paul Fleischman's novels, poetry, picture books, and nonfiction are known for innovation and multiple viewpoints

Электронная книга "Bull Run", Paul Fleischman. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Bull Run" для чтения в офлайн-режиме. Paul Fleischman's novels, poetry, picture books, and nonfiction are known for innovation and multiple viewpoints. He received the Newbery Medal for Joyful Noise: Poems for Two Voices and a Newbery Honor for Graven Images, and he was a National Book Award finalist for Breakout. His books bridging the page and stage include Bull Run, Seek, and Mind's Eye.

Bull Run. Paul Fleischman. Harper Collins, 24 сент. Bull Run is a fantastic book about a few stories from the time of the civil war which is around 1860. it is made of stories from either side of the war. It is made up of many separate stories from. Winner of the Scott O'Dell Award for Historical Fiction ALA Best Book for Young Adults ALA Notable Children's Book. In this brilliant fictional tour de force, which the New York Times called "a deft, poignant novel," Newbery Medal-winning author Paul Fleischman re-creates the first great battle of the Civil War from the points of view of sixteen participants.

The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. 122 printed pages. Winner of the Scott O'Dell Award for Historical Fiction ALA Best Book for Young Adults ALA Notable Children's Book In this brilliant fictional tour de force, which the New York Times called a deft, poignant novel, Newbery Medal-winning author Paul Fleischman re-creates the first great battle of the Civil War from the points of view of sixteen participants. Here are voices that tell of the dreams of glory, the grim reality, the hopes, horror, and folly of a nation discovering the true nature of war. Kids. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

The very battle I’d wanted a part in was booming just a few miles off, while I sat on a log and whittled a stick h Yankee guns and medals and . .

The very battle I’d wanted a part in was booming just a few miles off, while I sat on a log and whittled a stick h Yankee guns and medals and glory. And with scars to put on public display. I’d stare like the rest, quiet as a clam. I’d have been there as well, but would have to ask them to tell me exactly what had happened. The thought chafed me fierce. I snapped my knife shut. MoreLess Show More Show Less.

A vacant lot, rat-infested and filled with garbage, looked like no place for a garden. Written to be read aloud by two voices-sometimes alternating, sometimes simultaneous-here is a collection of irresistible poems that celebrate the insect world, from the short life of the mayfly to the love song of the book louse. Funny, sad, loud, and quiet, each of these poems resounds with a booming, boisterous, joyful noise. In this remarkable volume of poetry for two voices, Paul Fleischman verbally re-creates the /joyful noise" of insects. The poems resound with the pulse of the cicada and the drone of the honeybee.

Paul Fleischman (born 1952) is an American writer of children's books

Paul Fleischman (born 1952) is an American writer of children's books. He and his father Sid Fleischman have both won the Newbery Medal from the American Library Association recognizing the year's "most distinguished contribution to American literature for children". For the body of his work he was the United States author nominee for the international Hans Christian Andersen Award in 2012.

Okay, this is partly the fault of Paul Fleischman and partly the fault of my teacher. I had this book as a summer reading assignment and it reads like it's written for much younger readers. The characters have no personality, and are all annoying.

A Civil War drama told in sixteen voices, this & a heartbreaking and remarkably vivid portrait of a war that remains our nation's bloodiest conflict. Newbery Medal-winner Paul Fleischman makes an appearance as the voice of James Dacy and concludes this unique production with a personal author's note.

Winner of the Scott O'Dell Award for Historical Fiction * ALA Best Book for Young Adults * ALA Notable Children's Book

In this brilliant fictional tour de force, which the New York Times called "a deft, poignant novel," Newbery Medal-winning author Paul Fleischman re-creates the first great battle of the Civil War from the points of view of sixteen participants.

Northern and Southern, male and female, white and black. Here are voices that tell of the dreams of glory, the grim reality, the hopes, horror, and folly of a nation discovering the true nature of war.


porosh
Great historical fiction that we read this for our literary homeschool curriculum. The multiple first person accounts, even though fictional, were incredibly educational and absolutely fascinating. My 10yo and I devoured this book in 2 sittings because I wanted it to last longer, but we could have easily finished it in one go. We were so sad when it ended and wanted more! It made my father want to learn more about that time. We had planned on selling it to others using this same curriculum after finishing, but my daughter is insisting we keep this one.

Some violence/gore and obviously racism from some views because it is a Civil War story, but it wasn't overwhelming for my sensitive 10yo.
Yndanol
I bought this to read to my 8 year old who was very interested in the Civil War at the time. I really enjoyed it. The chapters are very short and concise and often written in the vernacular. Great for young readers beginning 3rd grade. I highly recommend for kids interested in history. Didn't give a full 5 stars only because my sons interest faded after several chapters. I think he didn't emotionally connect with the narrators. Each story has a new narrator which is such a great idea, but for some young readers that style may not draw them in. But don't let my son's lagging interest keep you from reading the book. Good for adults and young readers alike!
Mustard Forgotten
I like the way many different people describing the civil war in their own point of view.
Although the author said all but one character in the book were fictional, their differing personal experiences expressed much like as in a journal felt quite real.
I like his descriptions in this book as they were mostly understated and never, if my memory serve me right, mawkish.
I saw how quickly the people who decided to join the army based on emotion only regret their decision when the see there are as much pain and gory sights in a war as glory, if any, is in it.
I recommend it to children.
5 stars for the complicate and realistic plot and good understatements.
Dominator
Great historical fiction book for teaching point of view!
Zorve
The book made me imagine what it must have been like to be alive during the Civil War. Pretty intense at times, but it was an intense time in our history. I couldn't stop thinking of the poem "War Is Kind" by Stephen Crane.
Vetitc
Great read aloud - told from differing perspectives. Put this book in your U.S. History book nook!
Umdwyn
Really good book. Fast read. Gives insight into what war was like to not just soldiers but the families who sent there loved ones to war in the Civil war.
.. and what war really looks and feels like..
Well painted.
Now is the time to look the other way.