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Jane Ellen Freeman

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Jane Ellen Freeman I often go for all walks or work in my garden. The story percolates and many times the next part just pops into my mind.
Jane Ellen Freeman I love creating stories. Every day is interesting. I also love meeting and talking with other writers.
Average rating: 4.83 · 6 ratings · 6 reviews · 1 distinct work · Similar authors
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Rainbow Of Friendship by Joni Klein-Higger
Rainbow Of Friendship
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I had to read this book aloud, I could not help it, could not, I say. This book called out "Read me today." Okay, my attempt cannot match the legendary Green Eggs and Ham or the gifts of storyteller Joni Klein-Higger in her book Rainbow of Friendshi ...more
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All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
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A Friend for Freckles by Erin Liles
A Friend for Freckles
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Erin Liles has written a tender and loving story about a dog with three legs. Freckles has been in an animal shelter for a long time, hoping for a home of his own. The cartoon-style illustrations by Alexander Morris add a whimsical touch to this swee ...more
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Jeremiah Lucky and the Guardian Angel by Jane Ellen Freeman
"Jeremiah Lucky and the Guardian Angel is a really lovely book! I love the way author Jane Freeman describes the details of Jeremiah’s daily life and his relationship with his mother. Angus McDermit, Jeremiah’s guardian angel, is a delightful chara..." Read more of this review »
Jeremiah Lucky and the Guardian Angel by Jane Ellen Freeman
"I loved the characters, the story and Eric Hammond's illustrations.
I completely identified with Jeremiah's forgetfulness and anxieties because I remember them in my oldest son. He would have loved this book at age nine. Not only because of the st..." Read more of this review »
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Silvern by Christina  Farley
Silvern (Gilded #2)
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In her book SILVERN Christina Farley has woven ancient Korean mythology into a fantasy adventure story filled with love, friendship, and danger. Martial arts fans will like the fast-paced video-game style fighting. Those who love mythology may delve ...more
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The Guardian by Joyce Sweeney
The Guardian
by Joyce Sweeney
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Hunter LaSalle, age thirteen, is a foster child who yearns for a true sense of family. When his foster father dies and his foster mother Stephanie bullies Hunter and his three foster sisters with unbridled cruelty, Hunter falls to his knees in praye ...more
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The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater
The Dream Thieves (The Raven Cycle, #2)
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“My father took one hundred and thirty-two minutes to die.

I counted.

It happened on the Jellicoe Road. The prettiest road I’d ever seen, where trees made breezy canopies like a tunnel to Shangri-La. We were going to the ocean, hundreds of miles away, because I wanted to see the ocean and my father said that it was about time the four of us made that journey. I remember asking, 'What’s the difference between a trip and a journey?' and my father said, 'Narnie, my love, when we get there, you’ll understand,' and that was the last thing he ever said.”
Melina Marchetta, On the Jellicoe Road

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“For most of history, Anonymous was a woman.”
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“What do you want from me?" he asks.
What I want from every person in my life, I want to tell him.
More.”
Melina Marchetta, Jellicoe Road

105082 Ask the author: Jonathan Yanez — 85 members — last activity May 30, 2013 11:51AM
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