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By Suzanne Pavlos

The Newbery Medal is offered every year to the main unique contribution to kid's literature released within the U.S. This CliffsNotes covers all the 10 decisions from the Nineteen Nineties. From 1991's award winner Maniac Magee to 1999's Holes , this CliffsNotes offers history at the authors, summaries, personality descriptions and personality maps, plus classification actions, and assessment workouts.

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F 6/29/00 11:11 AM Page 45 Critical Commentaries: The View From Saturday 45 Noah is sent to Century Village, a retirement community in Florida, to stay with his grandparents, Nate and Sadie Gershom, while his parents go on a vacation. While Noah is visiting his grandparents, two other residents of Century Village, Margaret Draper and Izzy Diamondstein, decide to get married. Noah’s grandparents volunteer to help with the wedding preparations: His grandmother will bake the cake and his grandfather will supply the music by playing his violin.

Singh points out to her that it is important to stop and enjoy the moment of victory. Nadia Diamondstein Nadia is a sixth-grade student at Epiphany Middle School. She is chubby, has freckles on her nose, and bright red curly hair. ” Because of her parents’ recent divorce, Nadia moves to New York state with her mother. Her mother, who is originally from New York, gets a job working for Noah’s father, a dentist. ” Nadia’s life has changed completely. Because everything is new, nothing is familiar to her.

29 Character Web . . . . . . . . . . 33 Geographical Map . . . . . . . . 34 Major Themes . . . . . . . . . . 34 About the Characters . . . . . . . 37 Activities for Readers . . . . . . . 40 Additional Resources . . . . . . . F 6/29/00 11:11 AM Page 27 Critical Commentaries: Out of the Dust 27 Life and Background of the Author Karen Hesse is a poet and an author of books for children and young adults. She is perhaps best known for writing historical fiction—fiction that requires her to conduct detailed and meticulous research about another time and place, and then create a fictional story based on that research.

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