2 edition of Wintering Well (Aladdin Historical Fiction) found in the catalog.
Wintering Well (Aladdin Historical Fiction)
by Tandem Library
Written in English
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The following book review of WINTERING WELL, by Lea Wait, was originally posted to the CCF website and is reposted here with permission. ===== Wintering Well, a middle grade novel by author Lea Wait, captures the reader's attention from the first page.
It's there that we read Cassie Ames' journal entry dated Aug /5. Wintering Well is a terrific book. The characters are wonderful, and the author does a great job of approaching a very difficult subject-physical disability-in a way that is moving and engaging.
It's clear that the author did a lot of historical research, but the research never gets in the way of the writing or the story/5(3).
Wintering Well is told in two points of view (Common Core Standard,) Will’s, a boy who, as a result of a farm accident, has his leg amputated, and Cassie’s, his younger sister, whose journal entries begin each chapter, and who vows to take care of him. Several themes run through the book, among them the differences between career choice for.
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Her first children's book, Stopping to Home, was named a Notable Book for Children in by Smithsonian magazine. Visit her website at Reading Group Guide.5/5(2).
Wintering by Peter Geye is the kind of book which I love to read in the heat of our California summers. It works as well as an air conditioner (well not quite.) The setting is so cold you can feel it in your bones.
The border region of Minnesota is notoriously cold/5.