FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The summer of 1970 starts off badly for 13-year-old Maya.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Her mother has sent her to Seattle to stay with the grandmother she's never met; her father is reported MIA in the jungles of Vietnam; and angry Maya's determined to get back home.
The summer of 1969 starts off badly for 13-year-old Maya. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. by. Michael Wenberg (Goodreads Author).
Michael Wenberg is a young adult author from Spokane, Washington
Michael Wenberg is a young adult author from Spokane, Washington. 576" Freight Train
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Seattle Blues is a story of a thirteen-year-old African-American girl who is sent away to. .
Seattle Blues is a story of a thirteen-year-old African-American girl who is sent away to Seattle, Washington for the summer. 2010 Seattle Blues selected Best Book of the Year in the 12 - 14 age group by Bank Street School of Education. O'Neal, Dori (27 December 2010).
Seattle Blues' was picked a best book of the year by the Bank Street School of Education in 2009
Seattle Blues' was picked a best book of the year by the Bank Street School of Education in 2009. A highly regarded speaker in schools, Wenberg uses his trombone-playing to introduce children to his stories, reading, writing, and music. MICHAEL WENBERG is the author of the ebook, "The Last Eagle," a World War II adventure story, as well as ten ebooks for children, "Henri the Clown," "Stinky Dog," "The Tiger Wind," "The Boy Who Hated Flowers," "Captain Lewis's Dog," "Dognapped," "Oops," "Melba's Slide Trombone," "Tubby the Forgotten Tugboat", two young adult novels, "Stringz" (2010, Westside Books) and "Seattle Blues" (2009
Olympia Octavia Penelope Smith hates her name. Of course, changing it to something else is out of the question, but no one said anything about nicknames.
When he disappears, his master, Captain Lewis, immediately fears that their fascination has turned into something much more serious. Olympia Octavia Penelope Smith hates her name.
Olympia Octavia Penelope Smith hates her name.
A Walla Walla writer’s novel for ages 12 and up, about a 13-year-old girl spending the summer of 1969 in Seattle with a grandmother she’s never met. Worries about her missing father (a soldier in Vietnam) and a friendship with an unusual boy next door are also part of the girl’s experience.