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Obras por Julie Lawson

A Season for Miracles : Twelve Tales of Christmas (2006) — Contribuidor — 98 exemplares
Across the James Bay Bridge (2001) 69 exemplares
Ghosts of the Titanic (2011) 60 exemplares
A Christmas to Remember: Tales of Comfort and Joy (2009) — Contribuidor — 57 exemplares
The Klondike Cat (2002) 50 exemplares
White Jade Tiger (1993) 49 exemplares
Bear on the Train (1999) 46 exemplares
The Dragon's Pearl (1992) 45 exemplares
Emma and the Silk Train (1997) 39 exemplares
Disaster at the Bridge (2002) 29 exemplares
A Morning to Polish and Keep (1992) 26 exemplares
Building Bridges (2003) 26 exemplares
Goldstone (Goldstone Trilogy) (1997) 23 exemplares
Cougar Cove (2004) 21 exemplares
Destination Gold (2001) 20 exemplares
Kate's Castle (1992) 20 exemplares
Summer of Gold (2004) 16 exemplares
Too Many Suns (1996) 16 exemplares
Midnight in the Mountains (1998) 16 exemplares
The Pirates of Captain McKee (2008) 13 exemplares
A Blinding Light (2017) 11 exemplares
Blown Away (1995) 9 exemplares
Our Canadian Girl Emily (2010) 7 exemplares
Danger Game (1996) 6 exemplares
In like a lion (1998) 5 exemplares
Fires burning (1995) 3 exemplares
The Sand Sifter (1993) 3 exemplares
My Grandfather Loved the Stars (1992) 3 exemplares
Photography, 1900 (1994) 2 exemplares
Emailing Allie (2012) 1 exemplar
Out of the Dark (2023) 1 exemplar

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BooksInMirror | 3 outras críticas | Feb 19, 2024 |
"Who knows what the gods have in store for us?" Xiao Sheng sang out to his mother every morning. "Today may not be the same as yesterday."
In spite of his hardships, Xiao Sheng is a cheerful boy who loves to sing. He works from sunrise to sunset to earn enough money to feed his family. When Xiao finds a magic pearl, everything is changed forever.
riselibrary_CSUC | 1 outra crítica | Aug 12, 2020 |
Noah and his father set out to make their fortune in the Klondike Gold Rush of the late 1800s. Against his father's wishes, Noah brings along his cat, Shadow, tucking her into his pack. The reader gets to learn about some of the grueling conditions and the long journey to reach Dawson, all while also hearing the fictional tale of Noah, his Pa, and his cat. The images provided by Paul Mombourquette are a beautiful accompaniment to the story, and also help "tell" the tale. The book closes with a historical note about the "Klondike Stampede" and some great factual information about the journey itself, and it's extreme requirements.… (mais)
KatChin | Jul 18, 2019 |



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