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ChaseR : a novel in e-mails. by. Rosen, Michael . 1954-. urn:acs6:se:pdf:6fd-a97e7aef02b2 urn:acs6:se:epub:45a-087450f91e86 urn:oclc:record:1029285282. The Indiana University Catalog.
Chaser: A Novel in E-Mails. Fourteen-year-old Chase Riley is online writing a heads-up newsletter to his old classmates in the big city of Columbus, Ohio
Chaser: A Novel in E-Mails. Fourteen-year-old Chase Riley is online writing a heads-up newsletter to his old classmates in the big city of Columbus, Ohio. Chase is now living on a farm sixty miles away, so Chase's dad can have some peace and quiet to study and write after he comes home from his job at the lab. Peace and quiet are the buzzwords. Chase is feeling rebellious at having to be so far away from his friends, but his e-mails are still bright and funny. It is not that quiet, Chase tells his buddies.
Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 12 years ago. I used this with my 6th & 7th graders, but it's really a story that appeals broadly, to older readers as well. The e-mail are so inviting and disarming. This modern concept of a novel in E-mails works surprisingly well. The voice is fresh and upbeat, precocious and irreverent.
Humorous and heart-rending, this novel in e-mails will appeal to anyone who's seen their world turn upside-down - and managed to turn it back again.
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Michael Rosen's "Sad Book" is such a book.
Michael Rosen's "Sad Book" is such a book. It chronicles Michael's grief at the death of his son Eddie from meningitis at the age of 19. A moving combination of sincerity and simplicity, it acknowledges that sadness is not always avoidable or reasonable and perfects the art of making complicated feelings plain. We're going on a bear hunt. We're going to catch a big one.