A single shard
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J Fiction / Park, Linda Sue, J Fiction (Paperback) / Park, Linda Sue, R Newbery Medal 2002
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Downtown Youth J Fiction / Park, Linda Sue Downtown Available
Downtown Youth J Fiction (Paperback) / Park, Linda Sue Downtown Due 04-22-14
Downtown Youth J Fiction (Paperback) / Park, Linda Sue Downtown Due 05-05-14
Downtown Youth Ref. R Newbery Medal 2002 Downtown Lib Use Only
Malletts Youth J Fiction / Park, Linda Sue Malletts Creek Due 05-14-14
Pittsfield Youth J Fiction / Park, Linda Sue Pittsfield Due 04-30-14
Pittsfield Youth J Fiction (Paperback) / Park, Linda Sue Pittsfield Due 05-13-14
Traverwood Youth J Fiction / Park, Linda Sue Traverwood Available
Traverwood Youth J Fiction (Paperback) / Park, Linda Sue Traverwood Due 04-30-14
West Youth J Fiction / Park, Linda Sue West Due 05-11-14
Tree-ear, a thirteen-year-old orphan in medieval Korea, lives under a bridge in a potters' village, and longs to learn how to throw the delicate celadon ceramics himself.
I really like this book and would recommend it for anyone looking for a good book!
This is a good book. It tells about an orphan who wants to become a potter. It's sad at the end. His friend, Crane-man, dies.
Linda Sue Park came to my elementary school years ago, but I still remember her and her wonderful talk on her books and how to write her own. And obviously, because of this visit, I read A Single Shard and it truly was fantastic book. Highly recommended!
This was a really good book. It is an easy read, so it is ideal for the youth ages. It portrays the life of an orphan boy living in Korea, and his dream of becoming a potter himself. I would recommend this book.
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