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Carol Matas

Autor(a) de Daniel's Story

65+ Works 4,764 Membros 63 Críticas 3 Favorited

About the Author

Writer Carol Matas was born in Canada in 1949. Matas was an actress and currently teaches writing. Matas is best known for her historical adventures. These often feature young people caught up in the world's problems. "Daniel's Story," about a young Jewish boy in Nazi Germany, was short-listed for mostrar mais the 1993 Governor General's Award and the 1994 Ruth Schwartz Award and won the Silver Birch Award. Lisa won the Geoffrey Bilson Award and was a New York Times Book Review Notable of 1989. (Bowker Author Biography) mostrar menos
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Séries

Obras por Carol Matas

Daniel's Story (1993) 1,004 exemplares
After the War (1996) 448 exemplares
Of Two Minds (1995) 393 exemplares
Greater Than Angels (1998) 306 exemplares
More Minds (1996) 298 exemplares
Lisa (1987) 223 exemplares
Jesper (1989) 163 exemplares
In My Enemy's House (1999) 140 exemplares
Adventure in Legoland (1991) 97 exemplares
A Season for Miracles : Twelve Tales of Christmas (2006) — Contribuidor — 96 exemplares
The Burning Time (1994) 69 exemplares
The Garden (1973) 68 exemplares
A Christmas to Remember: Tales of Comfort and Joy (2009) — Contribuidor — 56 exemplares
Sworn Enemies (1993) 50 exemplares
Out of Their Minds (1998) 45 exemplares
Safari Adventure in Legoland (1993) 41 exemplares
Cloning Miranda (1999) 40 exemplares
Rosie in New York City: Gotcha! (2003) 37 exemplares
The Whirlwind (2007) 35 exemplares
The Freak (1997) 34 exemplares
Sparks Fly Upward (2002) 33 exemplares
A Meeting of Minds (1999) 32 exemplares
Rebecca (2000) 31 exemplares
The Lost Locket (1994) 21 exemplares
The Dark Clone (2005) 17 exemplares
Past Crimes (2006) 16 exemplares
The Second Clone (2001) 15 exemplares
Telling (2002) 11 exemplares
The Freak II: Visions (Bk. 2) (2007) 9 exemplares
The Edge of When (2011) 9 exemplares
The Race (1991) 8 exemplares
The Primrose Path (1995) 8 exemplares
The Freak III: Far (2008) 7 exemplares
DNA Dimension (1982) 3 exemplares
Yo y nadie más (1998) 3 exemplares
Jesper (1996) 3 exemplares
A Struggle for Hope (2021) 2 exemplares
Play Ball (2004) 2 exemplares
Daniels Story 1 exemplar
Freak Trilogy 1 exemplar
It's Up to Us (1991) 1 exemplar

Associated Works

Dear Canada: A Time for Giving: Ten Tales of Christmas (2015) — Contribuidor — 17 exemplares
A/Cross Sections: New Manitoba Writing (2007) — Contribuidor — 1 exemplar

Etiquetado

Conhecimento Comum

Nome canónico
Matas, Carol
Data de nascimento
1949-11-14
Sexo
female
Nacionalidade
Canada
Local de nascimento
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Locais de residência
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Educação
University of Western Ontario
Agente
Lynn Bennett

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Críticas

EducatingParents.org rating: Caution - Read With Care
Historical Fiction: 1940

Caitlyn Unruh rating on Goodreads.com -
Read for school library. It contains some quite mature subject matter so did not pass it due to younger readers, but still an incredible read. A lovely book that shows true love in the face of great evil. I would say grade 9-11, depending on how sensitive you are. The main character escapes some men intent on raping her, though they do not succeed or use the word. Some violence you find in concentration camps, and doubt in God you can expect from people suffering in unimaginable ways, but as a person of faith, I would be hesitant to give it to too young of readers with faith because they may struggle with it before they are ready for it. That's why I say grade 9-11 ish… (mais)
 
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MamaBearLendingDen | 4 outras críticas | Jan 1, 2024 |
EducatingParents.org rating: Under Review
 
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MamaBearLendingDen | Nov 21, 2023 |
After leaving a displaced persons camp, 15-year-old Ruth returns to Poland to search for any surviving members of her family. Believing herself to be the only survivor in her family, Ruth agrees to join the Brichah to help lead a group of Jewish children to Palestine. Palestine is still under the British Mandate, and the British were not allowing Jewish refugees to immigrate legally. Ruth and her travel companions must risk their lives to reach their dream of Eretz Israel.

While all the characters and events are fictional, the author modeled them on real characters and events. I’ve read a fair amount about the Holocaust, but I was less familiar with the continued post-war violence against Jews who returned to Poland and against Jews who attempted to enter Palestine illegally since the British severely limited the number of legal immigrants. I learned something from this inspirational story of a teenager’s transition from captivity and fear to freedom and joy.… (mais)
 
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cbl_tn | 7 outras críticas | Jan 14, 2023 |

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Obras
65
Also by
3
Membros
4,764
Popularidade
#5,269
Avaliação
3.8
Críticas
63
ISBN
201
Línguas
7
Marcado como favorito
3

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