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  • Author:
    Jeanne DuPrau
  • ISBN:
    037585116X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0375851162
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  • Publisher:
    Random House, Incorporated (2008)
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The city of Ember, by Jeanne DuPrau. p. cm. Summary: In the year 241, twelve-year-old Lina trades jobs on Assignment Day to be a messenger, to run to new places in her beloved but decaying city, perhaps even to glimpse Unknown Regions.

The people of sparks. The prophet of yonwood. The city of Ember, by Jeanne DuPrau.

The first three of Jeanne DuPrau's Books of Ember now in one volume. Included are following: The City of Ember, The People of Sparks and the Prophet of Yonwood

The first three of Jeanne DuPrau's Books of Ember now in one volume. Included are following: The City of Ember, The People of Sparks and the Prophet of Yonwood. Bound here together for the first time are speculative fiction at its finest, exploring the best and worst of humanity in situations that fascinate with their uniqueness and frighten with their familiarity. Ultimately, Jeanne DuPrau offers a vision of hope to shine through like the bright dawning of a new world.

Book of Ember Series. 4 primary works, 7 total works. A kids' and young adult, science-fiction series. Book 1-3. The Books of Ember. Although The Prophet of Yonwood takes place before The City of Ember, it was published as book 3. Book 1. The City of Ember. In these first three books of Ember, young peopl. ore. Shelve The Books of Ember.

Jeanne DuPrau (born 1944 in San Francisco, California) is an American writer, best known for The Books City of Ember, a series of science fiction novels for young people. She lives in Menlo Park, California. The City of Ember (2003)

Jeanne DuPrau (born 1944 in San Francisco, California) is an American writer, best known for The Books City of Ember, a series of science fiction novels for young people. The City of Ember (2003). The People of Sparks (2004). The Prophet of Yonwood (2006). The Diamond of Darkhold (2008). The Earth House (1992 memoir). Adoption: The Facts, Feelings, and Issues of a Double Heritage.

The City of Ember by Jeanne Duprau is the first novel in a series set in a post-apocalyptic, subterranean city called Ember. It had been built to allow its inhabitants to survive for at least 200 years, but now is crumbling and decaying

The City of Ember by Jeanne Duprau is the first novel in a series set in a post-apocalyptic, subterranean city called Ember. It had been built to allow its inhabitants to survive for at least 200 years, but now is crumbling and decaying. In the novel, we follow two protagonists, Lina Mayfleet, and Doon Harrow as they attempt to escape the city by following clues left behind by the original builders. The novel was adapted into a film in 2008 directed by Gil Kenan.

The Books of Ember Omnibus. Bound together for the first time, the four books of the New York Times bestselling Books of Ember series are speculative fiction at its finest. The series begins with the groundbreaking dystopian novel The City of Ember, the story of a girl, a boy, and their beleaguered city.

Praise for the Books of Ember The City of Ember Thanks to full-blooded characters every bit as compelling as the plot . DuPrau uses the puzzle, suspenseful action, and lots of evil characters to entice readers into the story. They will find the teen characters believable and gutsy.

DuPrau uses the puzzle, suspenseful action, and lots of evil characters to entice readers into the story. Part mystery, part adventure story.

If the river is the way out of Ember, why is there just one boat? It’s only big enough for two people. I don’t know, said Lina. Let’s look around some more. od up. Doon went back to where they’d left the boxes and got another candle. He brought it into the boat room and lit it, and the room grew twice as bright. Right away they saw what they hadn’t noticed before: in the back wall was a door almost as wide as the whole room. When they went up to it they could see that it, too, was a sliding door. Doon took hold of the handle that.

The Prophet of Yonwood by Jeanne DuPrau, the third in DuPrau's bestselling middle grade series. While visiting the small town of Yonwood, North Carolina, eleven-year-old Nickie makes some decisions about how to identify both good and evil when she witnesse. The Prophet of Yonwood, Jeanne DuPrau.

The first three of Jeanne DuPrau's Books of Ember now in one volume. Included are following: The City of Ember, The People of Sparks and the Prophet of Yonwood. Bound here together for the first time are speculative fiction at its finest, exploring the best and worst of humanity in situations that fascinate with their uniqueness and frighten with their familiarity. Ultimately, Jeanne DuPrau offers a vision of hope to shine through like the bright dawning of a new world.

Sarin
She is a very good writer even if the audince for the books were 12 and up. i would recomend it to anyone even another adult
Hinewen
I expected the condition to be gently used. The cover was damaged and creased, there was a page ripped out as well. I was under the impression that this book contained all four books to this series, and was very disappointed that it was only the first three.
Mr_NiCkNaMe
Charming, interesting science fiction. A new and different idea. We loved it.
Helo
Loved this book and it came in less time than I anticipated.
Uscavel
received as promised.
Malodor
as described. Good condition books
Usaxma
I absolutely loved this series. It made my own imagination take flight. I kept mentally coming back to the images and scenarios posed in the books. They were full of suspense. I liked how they jumped in time and perspective. If you're a fan of young adult science fiction/fantasy, this is a fantastic series.
I never would have discovered it except for the movie made several years ago, "City of Ember." It was so visually enticing that it was one of the very few times I read a book AFTER seeing the movie (it's usually vice versa). But I was so grateful to have happened upon these stories.