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Katherine Paterson - John Paterson - The ​Flint Heart
An ​ambitious Stone Age man demands a talisman that will harden his heart, allowing him to take control of his tribe. Against his better judgment, the tribe’s magic man creates the Flint Heart, but the cruelty of it causes the destruction of the tribe. Thousands of years later, the talisman reemerges to corrupt a kindly farmer, an innocent fairy creature, and a familial badger. Can Charles and his sister Unity, who have consulted with fairies such as the mysterious Zagabog, wisest creature in the universe, find a way to rescue humans, fairies, and animals alike from the dark influence of the Flint Heart? This humorous, hearty, utterly delightful fairy tale is the sort for an entire family to savor together or an adventurous youngster to devour.

Katherine Paterson - Jip ​- His Story
Jip ​could not understand why no one had claimed him after he tumbled off a wagon on the West Hill Road when he was a small child. Brought to the town poor farm, Jip was content to tend the animals and do chores - until the day the lunatic arrived. Put’s rages in his padlocked wooden cage terrified the residents, but when the old man was lucid, he sang sweetly and let the boy take care of him. More menacing to Jip was the weasel-like stranger who kept unexpectedly appearing. Who was he? And how could his puzzling story that he had been sent by a grieving parent to find his long lost son - who might well be Jip - be true? Events quicken when Jip starts attending the one-room schoolhouse in the fall with Lucy, another poor farm resident, and there meets Teacher and her Quaker sweetheart, Luke Stevens. Befriending Jip, Teacher and Luke help the boy grapple with the astounding revelation of his true ancestry and the horrible consequences he faces if he does not escape.

Katherine Paterson - Parzival
Parzival, ​raised by his mother in the wilderness, is ignorant of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. Then one day, to his amazement, he meets three mounted men in shining armor. Determined to have a life of adventure, off he goes to the king’s court, wearing sackcloth and riding a broken-down nag. Quickly gaining Arthur’s favor, Parzival wins many combats and the heart of a beautiful queen. He also learns of chivalry and honor. But when he fails to say the words that will heal a dying king’s wound, he must undertake his greatest quest-a search for the Grail, the sacred vessel of hope and eternal life. In her masterful retelling, Katherine Paterson brings out all the wit and high drama of a popular thirteenth-century epic poem.

Katherine Paterson - Jacob ​Have I Loved
“Jacob ​have I loved, but Esau have I hated...” With her grandmother’s taunt, Louise know that she, like the biblical Esau, was the despised elder twin. Caroline, her selfish younger sister, was the one everyone Loved. Growing up on a tiny Chesapeake Bay island in the early 1940s, angry Louise reveals how Caroline robbed her of everything: her hopes for schooling, her friends, her mother, even her name. While everyone pampered Caroline, Wheeze (her sister’s name for her) began to learn the ways of the watermen and the secretes of the island, especially of old Captain Wallace, who had mysteriously returned after fifty years. The war unexpectedly gave this independent girl a chance to fulfill her childish dream to work as a waterman alongside her father. But the dream did not satisfy the woman she was becoming. Alone and unsure, Louise began to fight her way to a place where Caroline could not reach.

Katherine Paterson - Híd ​a túlvilágra
A ​pökhendi, tüskés Nagy Gilly Hopkinst szívébe zárta már vagy harmincezer magyar gyerek. Az USA egyik legrangosabb írónőjének ez a szintén számos európai országban megjelent regénye egy tehetséges farmerfiú, Jess és egy fantáziadús lány, Leslie barátságáról, majd a szörnyű veszteségről, Leslie haláláról szól... S nem utolsósorban arról, mi következhet még a halál után?

Katherine Paterson - Csillagnéző
A ​12 éves Angel Morgannek hirtelen kell felnőnie. Anyja eltűnik, idős nagyanyjánál felejti őt és kisöccsét. Mindhármukról a kislánynak kell gondoskodnia, titkolva helyzetüket a külvilág elől. Angel számára csak egyvalami nyújt némi vigaszt: barátságot köt egy idegennel, aki a csillagokat tanulmányozza távcsövével, s őt is tanítgatni kezdi az égbolt titkaira. Ezek a szép esték azonban csak rövid időre feledtetik a konzervételek, az örökös házimunka egyhangúságát. Miként talál kiutat Angel e mindannyiuk számára reménytelen helyzetből? - ezt meséli el Katherine Paterson lebilincselő regényében.

Katherine Paterson - Híd ​Terabithia földjére
Jess ​Aarons hőn áhított vágya, hogy ő legyen az ötödik évfolyam leggyorsabb futója. Egész nyáron edz, és alig várja, hogy lássa osztálytársai arcát, amikor mindegyiküket legyőzi. Az iskola első napján azonban egy új lány átmerészkedik a fiúk felére a játszótéren, és mindenkit maga mögött hagy. Ez bizony nem túl ígéretes kezdet egy barátságnak, Jess és Leslie Burke mégis elválaszthatatlan társakká válnak. Leslie hatalmas képzelőerővel rendelkezik. Ő és Jess megalkotják Terabithiát, a varázslatos erdei királyságot, ahol ők ketten királyként és királynőként uralkodnak, és ahol az egyedüli korlátot fantáziájuk szabja. Aztán egy reggel szörnyűséges tragédia történik. És amikor Jessnek meg kell birkóznia ezzel a borzalommal, hirtelen ráébred, mekkora erőt és bátorságot adott neki Leslie. A KÖNYV A NEWBERY DÍJ NYERTESE AZ AZONOS CÍMŰ FILM ALAPJÁUL SZOLGÁLÓ BESTSELLER

Katherine Paterson - The ​Invisible Child
With ​the same generosity, wit, and insight that characterize her novels, Katherine Paterson, the two-time winner of both the National Book Award and the Newbery Medal, reveals who it is she writes about and for - the invisible child, or the secret self that is opened up through fiction. In more that twenty remarkable essays and speeches collected here, Ms. Paterson shares her passion for reading, her ideas about writing for children, her spiritual faith, and her conviction that the imagination must be nourished. Featuring seven speeches never before published in book form, the complete acceptance speeches for her two National Book Awards and two Newbery Medals, and a new introduction, this extraordinary volume also includes essays originally published in Gates of Excellence and The Spying Heart that Ms. Paterson has selected for reissue. Katherine Paterson’s words are sure to touch all those who care about literature and the lives of children. This book is out of print. If you would like to read this book, please visit your local library.

Katherine Paterson - L'histoire ​de Jip
Ehhez a könyvhöz nincs fülszöveg, de ettől függetlenül még rukkolható/happolható.

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