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The Borning Room

by Paul Fleischman

Lying at the end of her life in the room where she was born in 1851, Georgina remembers what it was like to grow up on the Ohio frontier.

Bull Run

by Paul Fleischman

Historical fiction. Northerners, Southerners, generals, couriers, dreaming boys, and worried sisters describe the glory, the horror, the thrill, and the disillusionment of the first battle of the Civil War.

Dateline: Troy

by Paul Fleischman

A retelling of the story of the Trojan War illustrated with collages featuring newspaper clippings of modern events from World War I through the Persian Gulf war.

Graven Images

by Paul Fleischman

Three stories: a child who reads the lips of those who whisper to a statue, the shoemaker's apprentice who wants a girl to notice him, and a stone carver who creates a statue of a ghost.

The Half-a-Moon Inn

by Paul Fleischman

A mute boy is held captive by the strange proprietress of an inn.

I Am Phoenix: Poems for Two Voices

by Paul Fleischman

At first light the finches are flitting about the treesFlittering fluttering flit purple finches flit Fluttering flittering fly painted finches fly. In this companion volume to JOYFUL NOISE: POEMS FOR TWO VOICES, the winner of the 1989 Newbery Medal, Paul Fleischman celebrates the sound, the sense, the essence of birds. Written to be spoken aloud by two voices, sometimes alternating, sometimes simultaneous, these poems perfectly capture the beauty of birds in their singing, soaring, and rejoicing.

Joyful Noise: Poems for Two Voices

by Paul Fleischman

A collection of poems describing the characteristics and activities of a variety of insects. Newbery Award winner. The poems are annotated with which voice says which line, and whether the voice says the line alone, the voices say the line together, or the voices say different lines at the same time.

Seedfolks

by Paul Fleischman

One by one, a number of people of varying ages and backgrounds transform a trash-filled inner-city lot into a productive and beautiful garden, and in doing so, the gardeners are themselves transformed.

Seek

by Paul Fleischman

Assigned to write an autobiography, high-school senior Robert Radkovitz instead creates a sound portrait of his life as he remembers it. Looking back, he hears his mother's singing, his grandmother's mysteries, Mexican soap operas, Poe, poetry, and, most cherished, the voice of his absent father from a single tape of one of his radio shows. Told in a collage of voices, Seek describes Rob's search for his father, a search pursued not through San Francisco's streets, but through the labyrinth of the airwaves. Psychic readers, baseball announcers, pirate DJs, friends, and teachers join a rich, ringing aural autobiography that's as joyfully comic as it is compelling. In the novel's "Performance Notes, " Mr. Fleischman provides direction for turning Seek into a radio play. Using a full cast of characters, Listening Library's audio production will bring Seek to life, just as the author intended.

Whirligig

by Paul Fleischman

New to town, Brent Bishop longs to stroll around school with the popular Brianna on his arm. But when Brianna begs him at a party full of schoolmates to stop hounding her, Brent's hopes are shattered. Trying to escape his humiliation, he attempts to destroy himself in a car crash -- and ends up killing Lea, an innocent teen unfortunate enough to cross his path. Lea's mother asks one thing of Brent: that he create four whirligigs from a picture of Lea and set them up at the four corners of the United States. Lea's mother believes that by spreading the joy that whirligigs gave Lea as a child, Brent will keep Lea's spirit alive. And so Brent goes off with an unlimited bus ticket and the tools he needs to memorialize Lea. On his journey, he rediscovers his own love of life, and he begins to realize how -- like the pieces that form the intricate whirligigs -- people come together to affect each other in surprising ways.

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