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by Joan Bauer
Author: Joan Bauer
Publisher: Puffin Books; Reissue edition (June 2, 2005)
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The book begins with sixteen-year-old Hope leaving New York behind and heading out to Wisconsin with her adopted mother, Addie, for yet another new food adventure.
The book begins with sixteen-year-old Hope leaving New York behind and heading out to Wisconsin with her adopted mother, Addie, for yet another new food adventure. But when we meet her, Hope is becoming weary of the road and her and Addie's always-changing homes. Hope is feeling particularly disgruntled at this latest move, because it came after their NY diner business partner, Gleason Beal, took off with another waitress and all of Addie's life savings.
Luckily for us, Joan Bauer has written several other books for young adults, including BACKWATER, RULES OF THE ROAD, and SQUASHED. They're just as good as HOPE WAS HERE, too, and that's saying something!.
Joan Bauer, who won the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Rules of the Road, has served up a delicious novel in. .And I think she's the main reason that, despite being a 16-year-old narrator, Joan Bauer's & Was Here' is a proud middle-grade book.
Joan Bauer, who won the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Rules of the Road, has served up a delicious novel in Hope Was Here, full of delectable characters, tasty wit, and deep-dish truth. Ages 12 and older) -Patty Campbell. From Publishers Weekly. This one also had me crying buckets by the end - as much for the story as to be leaving behind this cast of characters who I so enjoyed spending a little bit of time with. This is a beautiful, heartfelt book that asks big life questions in a small-town setting.
Joan Baehler Bauer (born July 12, 1951) is an American writer of young . Bauer's first book, Squashed, was set in rural Iowa Hope Was Here features Hope Yancey, a 16-year-old waitress in small-town Wisconsin.
Joan Baehler Bauer (born July 12, 1951) is an American writer of young adult literature currently residing in Brooklyn. Bauer was born in River Forest, Illinois. She currently resides in Brooklyn, New York with her husband Evan Bauer. They are the parents of one daughter, Jean. Before becoming a famous author Joan spent years working for McGraw-Hill and the Chicago Tribune .
Hope Was Here "Its triumph is the way in which Bauer manages to recount the internecine politics and power struggles of a small, midwestern town" - Michael Thorn, The Scotsman.
Ace teenage waitress, Hope Yancey, and her aunt Addie move from Brooklyn to work in a diner in Mulhoney WI, where their new boss is recovering from leukemia and getting ready to run for mayor to clean up the corruption in town. When it comes to creating strong, independent, and funny teenaged female characters, Bauer is in a class by herself. Winner of the Newbery Honor Award. Its triumph is the way in which Bauer manages to recount the internecine politics and power struggles of a small, midwestern town" - Michael Thorn, The Scotsman. Food is in 16-year-old Hope’s blood.
Joan Bauer is the criticallyacclaimed author of numerous young adult novels, including "Best Foot Forward," "Rules of the Road" (recipient of the "Los Angeles Times" Book Prize) and Newbery Honor-winner Hope Was Here. She lives in Brooklyn, New York. Библиографические данные. Hope Was Here Thorndike Press large print young adult series Thorndike Young Adult.
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* “When it comes to creating strong, independent, and funny teenaged female characters, Bauer is in a class by herself ... Bauer tells a fast-paced, multilayered story with humor but does not gloss over the struggle[s].”—School Library Journal, starred review “Bauer has succeeded in creating another quirky, poignant, and funny novel about a strong girl who admits her frailties ... Hope’s story is highly recommended for both middle and high school students.”—VOYA “Another entry in Bauer’s growing collection of books about likable and appealing female teenagers with a strong vocational calling ... As always from Bauer, this novel is full of humor, starring a strong and idealistic protagonist, packed with funny lines, and peopled with interesting and quirky characters.” —Kirkus Reviews