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Zebra Forest

Gewirtz, Adina. (Author). Reinders, Kate. (Added Author).

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  • ISBN: 9781469274850
  • ISBN: 146927485X
  • ISBN: 9781469275031
  • ISBN: 1469275031
  • Physical Description: sound recording
    sound disc
    4 sound discs (240 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Edition: Unabridged.
  • Publisher: Grand Haven, MI : Brilliance Audio, p2013.

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Title from web page.
Compact discs.
Duration: 4:00:00.
Participant or Performer Note: Read by Kate Reinders.
Summary, etc.: Driven by suspense and psychological intrigue, Adina Gerwitz's debut novel deftly portrays an unfolding standoff of truth against family secrets, and offers an affecting look at two resourceful, imaginative kids as they react and adapt to the hand they've been dealt.
Subject: Family secrets Juvenile fiction
Truthfulness and falsehood Juvenile fiction
Escaped prisoners Juvenile fiction
Family secrets Fiction
Honesty Fiction
Genre: Children's audiobooks.

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Bibliomation.

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Putnam Public Library YA GEWIRTZ (Text) 33610125008604 Young Adult Book on CD Available -

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Zebra Forest
Zebra Forest
by Gewirtz, Adina Rishe; Reinders, Kate (Read by)
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Zebra Forest

We called it the Zebra Forest because it looked like a zebra. Its trees were a mix of white birch and chocolate oak, and if you stood a little ways from it, like at our house looking across the back field that was our yard, you saw stripes, black and white, that went up into green. Gran never went out there except near dusk, when the shadows gathered. She didn't like to be out in full sunlight usually, and told me once she didn't like the lines the trees made. Gran was always saying stuff like that. Perfectly beautiful things -- like a clean blue sky over the Zebra -- made tears come to her eyes, and if I tried to get her to come outside with me, she'd duck her head and hurry upstairs to bed. But then it would be storming, lightning sizzling the tops of the trees, and she'd run round the house, cheerful, making us hot cocoa and frying up pancakes and warming us with old quilts. We had few rules in our house, but keeping out of the Zebra Forest in a storm was one of them. Excerpted from Zebra Forest by Adina Gewirtz All rights reserved by the original copyright owners. Excerpts are provided for display purposes only and may not be reproduced, reprinted or distributed without the written permission of the publisher.
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