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The Winter Room

by Gary Paulsen
Eldon and his brother Wayne listen intently to the stories told by the adults on the farm during the winter. One story in particular changes everything for the brothers. A Newbery Honor Book. 102 pages, Ages 10-14

Item Number: 1345
Category:Longer Fiction in Contracted Braille (in EBAE)

Price: $13.50
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5Can you tell me who had to survive on their farm during the winter? The only way you can find out is reading the book, The Winter Room, by Gary Paulsen. Well, it wasn't always like that for Wayne and his family. It was spring in Minnesota. Everything was good for Wayne, who owns a farm with his family, but when it turned winter everything went wrong. Every winter Wayne is having trouble. He gets high fevers and coughs up blood. Wayne's little brother, Eldon, and Uncle Dan have to chop off the chicken's head in order in order to have something to eat during the winter months. If you want to find out what happens next, read The Winter Room by Gary Paulsen. I think the author's message is to respect what you have. This is what Wayne learned. Also, it depicts families working together.
2011-08-24

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