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Joan Bauer is a superb author who knows how to get readers to care about her characters. This book is perfect for middle school students and would make a great read-aloud. Triumphant and moving. School Library Journal. Winner of The Christopher Award. A Texas Bluebonnet Book. An ILC Children’s Choices pick. A Black-Eyed Susan Book Award Nominee. A Dorothy Canfield Fisher Book Award Nominee. An Illinois 2018 Bluestem Award Nominee. Told with humor and patho. memorable novel. - School Library Journal. A Texas Lone Star Book. A Bank Street College Best Children’s Book of 2013. Nominated for seven state awards.
Backwater/Joan Bauer, p. cm. Summary: While compiling a genealogy of her family of successful attorneys, sixteen-year-old history buff Ivy Breedlove treks into the mountain wilderness to interview a reclusive aunt with whom she identifies and who in turn helps her to truly know herself and her family.
Redirected from Backwater (novel)). Joan Baehler Bauer (born July 12, 1951) is an American writer of young adult literature currently residing in Brooklyn. Bauer was born in River Forest, Illinois. She settled down in New York City with her husband Doug Langham. They later became parents to one daughter, Jean. Before becoming a famous author Joan spent years working for McGraw-Hill and the Chicago Tribune.
Joan Bauer (ww. oanbauer. is the author of numerous books for young readers. She received a Newbery Honor Medal for Hope Was Here, and the . Times Book Prize for Rules of the Road. The Christopher Award was given to both Hope was Here and Close to Famous, which also received the Schneider Family Book Award. Joan is the recipient of numerous state awards voted by readers. School Library Journal says, When it comes to creating strong, independent, and funny characters, Bauer is in a class by herself. Библиографические данные.
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by Bauer, Joan, 1951-. Publication date 1999. Topics Genealogy, Aunts, Lawyers, Birds, Survival, Hermits, Family life. Publisher New York : Putnam. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive. Identifier backwater00baue. Identifier-ark ark:/13960/t3126nh2f. Ocr ABBYY FineReader . Openlibrary work OL2000397W. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Gutierres on September 7, 2010.
In the novel Backwater, by Joan Bauert The story tells of a teen girl named Ivy, who has always felt like the oddball in her home full of lawyers, as she has a yearning for history that she can’t explain. Soon, she learns of another oddball family member who ran away from home. Joan then goes on a crazy mountain climbing adventure to meet her long lost aunt, who’s quite different than the rest of her famil. eading this book, I had mixed emotions . Joan Bauer always brings just the right amount of humor into her stories. This is a great book for teenagers who don't feel like they fit in, or even those who have a passion for history.
Backwater" By Joan Bauer Reveiw by Emily If you like an adventure story you would love this one. When the author Joan Bauer writes her books she must love to write about a main character that wants an andventure. Enjoy! Backwater: Put it at the top of your reading list. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 18 years ago. An outstanding piece of young adult literature that follows young Ivy Breedlove through her quest to complete a family history.
Joan Bauer is the author of thirteen books for young readers. Joan's first novel, Squashed, won the Delacorte Prize for a First Young Adult Novel. Five novels for young adult readers have followed: Thwonk, Sticks, Rules of the Road (LA Times Book Prize and Golden Kite), Backwater and Hope was Here (Newbery Honor Medal). Joan is the recipient of numerous state awards voted by readers