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Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 February 2014 11:34
The Sequoyah Administrative Team and the Pioneer Library System are proud to announce the following books for the 2014 Oklahoma Sequoyah Book Award Masterlists. Voting has already begun, so check out these great books before you vote.
Children's (Grade 3-5)
- Alma Flor Ada and Gabriel M. Zubizarreta - Dancing Home
- Sarah Aronson - Beyond Lucky
- Randi Barrow - Saving Zasha
- Joan Bauer - Close to Famous
- Doreen Cronin - The Trouble with Chickens
- Cynthia DeFelice - Wild Life
- Jessica Day George - Tuesdays at the Castle
- Jennifer Jacobson - Small as an Elephant
- Thanhha Lai - Inside Out & Back Again
- Kate Messner - Marty McGuire
- Kadir Nelson - Heart and Soul: The Story of America and African Americans
- Dorothy Hinshaw Patent - Saving Audie: A Pit Bull Puppy Gets a Second Chance
- Dan Santat - Sidekicks
- Lee Wardlaw - Won Ton: A Cat Tale Told in Haiku
- Sally Warner - EllRay Jakes is NOT a Chicken!
- Ruth White - You'll Like it Here (Everybody Does)
Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 November 2013 03:53
Jane Austen, a popular English writer, was born on December 16, 1775. In honor of the anniversary of her birth, check out some the following titles written by her!
In this spirited comedy of manners, Catherine Morland falls in love with a young clergyman while vacationing in Bath, and his father, thinking her wealthy, invites her to be a guest at Northanger Abbey, the family's country estate. But things take a turn for the worse when it's discovered that she is not wealthy.
At the age of ten, Fanny Price leaves the poverty of her Portsmouth home to be brought up among the family of her wealthy uncle, Sir Thomas Bertram, in the chilly grandeur of Mansfield Park. She gradually falls in love with her cousin Edmund, but when the dazzling and sophisticated Crawfords arrive, and amateur theatricals unleash rivalry and sexual jealousy, Fanny has to fight to retain her independence. This new edition places Mansfield Park in its Regency context and elucidates the theatrical background that pervades the novel.