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Messages to Ground Zero: Children Respond to September 11,2001

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Since the attacks of September 11, 2001, the children of New York City have lived with images - and most of all personal losses - unimaginable until then. This inspiring book brings together letters, poems and artwork by children from New York City and across the country in response to the tragedy.
Paperback, 163 pages
Published July 29th 2002 by Heinemann Educational Books
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Daniel L.
A Heartfelt Tribute by New York City Children in the Face of the Tragedy of 9/11

Among those most traumatized by the incomprehensible events of September 11, 2001, were schoolchildren. Even out in New Jersey, where I was teaching at the time, the deepest emotions came from the children. Part of the emotional healing for schoolchildren in New York City and across the nation was to be able to express their feelings and thoughts in poetry, story, and artwork. This fine book contains letters of vario
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Jun 16, 2010 Janiyah Bembry is currently reading it
i like this book because it tells yuo all about wat happened back in the day when some thing had happened like the twin towers when the plane crashed into it like i said theres alot you can learn fromthis book when u wsn't alive and you can learn abot anything just know that you can get alot from a bnook then doing research on the computer
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Shelley Harwayne was affiliated with the New York City public schools for more than thirty years as a teacher, staff developer, codirector of the Teachers College Writing Project, founding principal of the Manhattan New School, and superintendent of District #2 in New York City. She has worked as a consultant and keynote speaker throughout the world and has published numerous books and videos with ...more
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