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by Florence Crannell Means
Florence Crannell Means (May 15, 1891 - November 19, 1980) was an American writer for children and young adults. She received a Newbery Medal honor award.
Florence Crannell Means (May 15, 1891 - November 19, 1980) was an American writer for children and young adults. Florence Crannell Means was born May 15, 1891, in Baldwinsville, New York. Her novel about Japanese internment, The Moved-Outers, won a Newbery Medal honor award in 1946.
Shuttered Windows book. I first encountered Means because of my Florence Crannell Means wrote from the 1930s through the 1960s, and made a name for herself as a writer of "ethnic" fiction. Although she herself was white, her characters include Hopi Indians, Hispanic migrant workers, African Americans, and Japanese Americans (as in her Newbery Honor winning book about internment camps, The Moved-Outers).
Florence Crannell Means has written: 'The house under the hill' - subject(s): Protected DAISY. Whispering girl' - subject(s): Fiction, Hopi Indians, Hopi indians. Shuttered Windows' - subject(s): Protected DAISY. The silver fleece' - subject(s): Fiction. Assorted sisters' - subject(s): Juvenile fiction, Teenage girls.
by. Means, Florence Crannell, 1891-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
Shuttered Windows by Florence Crannell Means is a period piece (Kingman 446) set in the 1930s that remains a. .Florence Crannell Means was one of the first writers to fill a new niche, books for young adults (Kingman 446).
Shuttered Windows by Florence Crannell Means is a period piece (Kingman 446) set in the 1930s that remains a valuable part of social history (Helbig and Perkins 338). The story introduces Harriet, a young Black orphan from Minnesota who journeys to the Carolina lowcountry's tidal islands to visit her grandmother. Born in New York in 1891, Means grew up in a household accepting of many nationalities. She was influenced by religious faith, strong family support, and direct experiences with a variety of cultures and races.
Florence Crannell Means. Historical fiction painting a realistic picture of migrant farm life in the early twentieth century. There have always been wandering farm laborers because so many crops need but a few workers part of the year and a great many at harvest. A two-thousand-acre peach orchard needs only thirty workers most of the year, and one thousand seven hundred at picking time. Lately, though, there have been more migrants than ever. Books selected are widely carried by bookstores and libraries, the authors are interviewed on television, and masters and doctoral theses are written on them
Florence Crannell Means (May 15, 1891 - November 19, 1980) was an American writer for children and young adults. Books selected are widely carried by bookstores and libraries, the authors are interviewed on television, and masters and doctoral theses are written on them. Named for John Newbery, an 18th-century English publisher of juvenile books, the Newbery is selected at ALA's Midwinter Conference by a fifteen-person committee. The Newbery was proposed by Frederic G. Melcher in 1921, making it the first children's book award in the world. Welcome to Literature Tube Archieve. The free online library containing 450000+ books. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading.
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