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by Susan Richards Shreve

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  • ISBN 0606058443
  • ISBN13 978-0606058445
  • Language English
  • Author Susan Richards Shreve
  • Publisher Demco Media; Turtleback School & Library ed. edition (September 1, 1993)
  • Formats lrf mobi doc lit
  • Category Children
  • Size ePub 1669 kb
  • Size Fb2 1921 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 635

Two friends, one of whom is deaf, help each other when tryouts are held for a seventh-grade production of "Annie."

Any girl who has ever attended middle school understands that difficult truth about the way girls can sometimes treat each other, and I like the way this book encourages readers to think about how . Also know as Susan Shreve.

Any girl who has ever attended middle school understands that difficult truth about the way girls can sometimes treat each other, and I like the way this book encourages readers to think about how that situation might change or not depending on a girl's ability to hear. This book is also a great example of friendship rising above the adversity of middle school.

by Susan Richards Shreve. Life can seem awfully confusing for a young girl turning 13. Suddenly the things young Eliza wants most, like a role in the school musical, seem hopelessly out of reach

by Susan Richards Shreve. Suddenly the things young Eliza wants most, like a role in the school musical, seem hopelessly out of reach. Then Eliza starts teaching her friend Lucy-who has been deaf since birth-to sing, and her confusion begins to dissolve.

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Susan Shreve (also known as Susan Richards Shreve) is an American novelist, memoirist, and children's book author

Susan Shreve (also known as Susan Richards Shreve) is an American novelist, memoirist, and children's book author. She has published fifteen novels, most recently More News Tomorrow (forthcoming June 2019), and a memoir Warm Springs: Traces of a Childhood (2007).

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Susan Richards Shreve is the author of several novels, including A Student of Living Things and You Are the Love of My Life, as well as the memoir . The Gift of the Girl Who Couldn't Hear Sep 1, 1991. by Susan Richards Shreve.

Susan Richards Shreve is the author of several novels, including A Student of Living Things and You Are the Love of My Life, as well as the memoir Warm Springs: Traces of a Childhood at FDR's Polio Haven. Shreve founded the MFA degree at George Mason University, where she is a professor of English and present co-chairman of the PEN/Faulkner Foundation. She has also taught at Columbia School of the Arts and Princeton University for the MFA programs.

FICTION The Gift of the Girl Who Couldn't Hear, Susan Richards Shreve (1993) Belonging, Virginia M. Scott, Patricia Crowe (1987) The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, Carson McCullers (1950) Deaf Child Crossing, Marlee Matlin (2004) Nobody's Perfect, Marlee Matlin & Doug Cooney. Scott, Patricia Crowe (1987) The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, Carson McCullers (1950) Deaf Child Crossing, Marlee Matlin (2004) Nobody's Perfect, Marlee Matlin & Doug Cooney (2007) Lip Reader by Shanna Groves (2009) Apple Is My Sign, Mary Riskind (1993) In This Sign: by Joanne

The Gift of the Girl Who Couldn't Hear, Morrow (New York, NY), 1991. SIDELIGHTS: In books for both juvenile readers and adults, novelist Susan Richards Shreve has earned critical respect for tackling ambitious themes.

The Gift of the Girl Who Couldn't Hear, Morrow (New York, NY), 1991. The Goalie, Tambourine Books (New York, NY), 1996. Goodbye, Amanda the Good, Knopf (New York, NY), 2000. Her books for young people are prized for their memorable characters who achieve understanding against the backdrop of a changing society.

Eliza, a gifted singer, has been waiting for this moment since third grade. The Complete Susan Shreve Book List. FictionDB is committed to providing the best possible fiction reference information. As Eliza tries to teach Lucy to sing, she learns that her friend has the true gift - courage.

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INwhite
This book was a favorite of mine as a child. The book showed showed up before the expected date (always a bonus!) and was as described.
Insanity
The Gift of the Girl who Couldn't Hear by Susan Shreve is a great book. This book is realistic fiction. This story takes place in Mary Wood Elementary School. The main characters are Eliza and Lucy. Lucy is deaf. This book is about how Lucy tries out for the school play; Annie .Eliza is helping Lucy get a part in the play. Lucy is trying out to be one of the orphans. On the day of the tryouts, there is a surprise twist!

This book is really about friendship. I like when I found out who made the play. It was exciting. I also like the part when Eliza found out what part she got. The thing that I did not like was when it ended and I wanted it to continue. I don't want to tell you the rest, but read this book to find out the exciting ending.

I would recommend this book to the people who have friends that are deaf and the people who like books about personalities. Also it would be a good book for kids that like mysteries. The ages between 9-11 would be good for this book. My opinion is that this is an exciting and interesting book.
Kajikus
This book is about this girl named Eliza, which thinks she looks fat and ugly when she looks at herself on the mirror. Then one day, she met the girl who could not hear and only read people's lips to understand them. They both wanted to play on a play, so they sign up and both were accepted on a play.
I would rate this book a 4 (****), because it seems boring but interesting to read. I like the book, even though it is not the setting that makes me like the book, it is about the story. I like both of the characters, and they are okay. I am just wondering how did Eliza's friend learn how to read people's lips, so she could understand what they are saying. The book is just so-so, I mean okay, and the author didn't really use a lot of descriptive languages.