|Title:||Shattered: Stories of Children and War|
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|Category:||Literature and Fiction|
|Publisher:||Thorndike Pr (June 10, 2004)|
APA Citation: Armstrong, J. (2002). Shattered: Stories of children and war. New York: Dell Laurel-Leaf. Genre: Short Stories. APA Citation: Armstrong, J. Best words in the whole book by Jennifer Armstrong: "The juxtaposition of youth and war haunts me. They say war isn't an appropriate subject for young people, and you know what? I agree.
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This book will make them realize that war does not influence just the men and women in the military. War influences the children of those in the military, and every person in this world, whether we know it or not. Читать весь отзыв. Jennifer Armstrong is the author of over 50 books for children from kindergarten through high school. Best known for writing historical fiction, she has also been successful in creating picture books, easy readers, chapter books, young adult novels, as well as nonfiction. Armstrong is the winner of the Orbis Pictus Award for Outstanding Nonfiction for Shipwreck at the Bottom of the World. Many of her books have been designated as Notable Books by the American Library Association and the International Reading Association
A young Palestinian daughter flees to Jordan with her family during the Six-Day War in 1967.
For children who live in war times, whether they understand the issues or not, the future is precarious. According to the United Nations, armed conflicts now kill and maim more children than soldiers. Authors' notes at the end of the book allow contributors to give a little more of the personal history behind the stories. Ages 12 and older) -Emilie Coulter. see all 3 descriptions). Library descriptions.
Becoming mary mehan: two novels. Farewell to manzanar. Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston and James D. Houston. To Jennifer Armstrong, Reverend Frank Eiklor of Shalom International, Rabbi Haime Asa, Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis, Father Karp of John Paul II Church, the United Jewish Appeal, and the Simon Wiesenthal Center. Also to my daughter Janina, son-in-law Gary Smith, grandchildren Ray and Robert, and to Larry, Lyn, and Josh Nantais for their continued love and help in my endeavor to bring togetherness among all people. I dedicate this book with love and respect to Irene.
Jennifer Mary Armstrong (born May 19, 1961) is an American children's writer known for both fiction and non-fiction. She was born in Waltham, Massachusetts, grew up outside of New York City, and now lives in Saratoga Springs, New York. She was formerly married to the author James Howard Kunstler. As an author who has utilized multiple types of narrative structures, Armstrong believes that.
SHATTERED : STORIES OF CHILDREN AND WAR New York : Dell Laurel-Leaf, 2003. IL 5-8, RL . ISBN 0440237653. Shattered’ contains twelve short stories, written by popular young adult authors, about how children are affected by war. A single line of text runs along the bottom of each story giving disturbing facts about either the war in that story or about children and war in general.
Shattered: Stories of Children and War by Dian Curtis Regan is one of the biggest issues in the . It's preety much the only thing we hear about the news. However, whether or not we realize this, we are not the only ones that are affected by war. Millions of children have been killed during wars, or have suffered either from injuries or loss of family, and are now orphans. Jennifer Armstrong talks about these issues and also gives examples of such events occuring in many of the different wars that have occured
There is the sense that they could be any war. Many issues are included, from refugees to children enlisting to war resistors to conscientious objectors to destruction of homes, and even two children's improved circumstances due to abandoned homes. related-Ibtisam Barakat, Marilyn Singer, Graham Salisbury, M. E. Kerr, Dian Curtis Regan, Lois Metzger, Lisa Rowe Fraustino, Suzanne Fisher Staples, Joseph Bruchac, Jennifer Armstrong, David Lubar, Gloria D. Miklowitz RL YA-adult.