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by Martha Moore

ePub Matchit download
Author:
Martha Moore
ISBN13:
978-0385729062
ISBN:
0385729065
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Publisher:
Delacorte Books for Young Readers (April 9, 2002)
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Subcategory:
Arts Music & Photography
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Matchit McCarty feels like a piece of junk. It’s not surprising, really. His father, who has always taken care of him, has left him with a woman named Babe who runs a junkyard

Matchit McCarty feels like a piece of junk. Matchit McCarty feels like a piece of junk. His father, who has always taken care of him, has left him with a woman named Babe who runs a junkyard. It seems his father is in love and, for the moment at least, he needs Matchit out of the picture. But what sort of picture can Matchit construct of himself-abandoned, unwanted, a bad-luck boy? Babe, Matchit McCarty feels like a piece of junk.

Matchit McCarty feels like a piece of junk. It's not surprising, really. But what sort of picture can Matchit construct of himselfabandoned, unwanted, a bad-luck boy? Babe, however, turns out to be a woman with a heart as big as Texas.

Confused, Matchit initially resists the attention, but odd friendships with a pigeon, the local junkyard artist, and a. .

Confused, Matchit initially resists the attention, but odd friendships with a pigeon, the local junkyard artist, and a taxidermist slowly help Matchit to defeat the voices in his head, leaving him with a sense of hope for the future. Desperate for love but scarred by his past, Matchit's rage and sorrow are palpable as he acts out against anything or anyone that tries to get close to him. Glimpses at his internal dialogue include the reader in Matchit's personal struggle as he attempts to overcome years of emotional abuse to find the one thing that he cannot bear to lose-himself.

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DOVELAND is a story of World War I and its impact on a bird community. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading. A bevy of wild pigeons, doves, and grouse migrate from France to their beloved homeland in Belgium.

Martha Moore is an American writer and school teacher. Under the Mermaid Angel ) . Martha Moore graduated from West Texas State University, receiving her Bachelor of Science in 1971

Martha Moore is an American writer and school teacher. Martha Moore graduated from West Texas State University, receiving her Bachelor of Science in 1971. In 1991 she earned Master of Arts from University of Dallas.

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Martha Moore is the author of Angels on the Roof and Matchit, as well as Under the Mermaid Angel, which was the . I subsequently rechecked that book numerous times for myself. There's something timeless and wise about these characters.

Martha Moore is the author of Angels on the Roof and Matchit, as well as Under the Mermaid Angel, which was the 1994 Delacorte Press Prize winner, as well as receiving honors from the American Library Association as both a Best Book for Young Adults and Notable Book for Children. She teaches English in the Arlington, Texas, Independent School District. Ms. Moore has found a true voice, not just that of a thirteen-year-old girl, but the voice of us all. It's magical; there's nothing else to say. Read it.

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Matchit McCarty feels like a piece of junk. It’s not surprising, really. His father, who has always taken care of him, has left him with a woman named Babe who runs a junkyard. It seems his father is in love and, for the moment at least, he needs Matchit out of the picture. But what sort of picture can Matchit construct of himself—abandoned, unwanted, a bad-luck boy? Babe, however, turns out to be a woman with a heart as big as Texas. She seems convinced that Matchit is the greatest kid on earth. Her junkyard is more than it seems, too. It’s home to a sculptor named Zebby who welds scrap iron into art. Then there is their neighbor, Sister, a taxidermist who is full of splintery affection. From this motley “family” Matchit will learn to create a new image of who he is and where he might be headed.