Moose Street - eBook
Moose Street - eBook  -     By: Anne Mazer
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Open Road Media Teen & Tween / 2015 / ePub
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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Open Road Media Teen & Tween
Publication Date: 2015
ISBN: 9781453293867
ISBN-13: 9781453293867
Ages: 9-12

Publisher's Description

Welcome to Moose Street

Lena Rosen is eleven years old, and her life is pretty typical. From babysitting her little sister to spending time with friends to sticking up for the class outcast to sneaking off to buy candy from the corner store, she is just like all of the other kids on her block. Except for one thing—she’s Jewish.

Lena’s family is the only one on all of Moose Street that isn’t Catholic or Protestant. "You’re the ones who killed Christ," her classmates tell her. Lena knows that they’re wrong, but she can’t help feeling different.

Anne Mazer’s captivating novel of youth, difference, and acceptance is a must-read. 

Author Bio

Anne Mazer grew up in a family of writers in upstate New York. Intending to be an artist, she enrolled in Syracuse University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts before moving to Paris, where she would live for three years, studying French language and literature and beginning to write.

Mazer is the author of forty-four books for children and adults. Her seven novels include The Salamander Room, a Reading Rainbow feature selection and a 1993 ABC Children’s Choice; Moose Street, a Booklist Editors’ Choice for best book of 1992; and The Oxboy, an ALA Notable Book and a 1993 Notable Children’s Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies. Mazer’s short stories have been included in a number of collections, and she has published her own book of short stories, A Sliver of Glass. She is also the editor of several anthologies that are widely used in classrooms from the elementary through the college level.

Mazer’s many books for young readers include the bestselling Amazing Days of Abby Hayes series, which has extended over eleven years and twenty-two books, and the Sister Magic series. Her latest work, coauthored with Ellen Potter, is Spilling Ink: A Young Writer’s Handbook, which was a CLA Notable Children’s Book in the Language Arts in 2011 and a 2010 Cybils Award finalist.

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