Judie Angell has written many popular contemporary novels. A departure for her style and setting, One-Way to Ansonia is a story inspired in part by the experiences of her grandmother in New York City before the turn of the century.
Judie Angell has written many popular contemporary novels. Ms. Angell lives with her family in South Salem, New York.
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One-Way to Ansonia book. Best known for her books under the name Judie Angell, Judie Angell Gaberman (Also wrote under pseudonyms Fran Arrick and Maggie Twohill) writes novels which blend serious emotions with humorous circumstances to explore both common and unique issues that young people face-in their families, with their peers, and with authority figures.
One-Way to Ansonia describes the effects of the ghetto experience on headstrong Rose, who always yearns for more. Angell colors her story with snippets of history and customs of New York City's Lower East Side at the turn of the centurythe living and working arrangements, the food, the music, the views of men's and women's roles, the unionsbut these reflections of the period are not well integrated and do not advance the story.
The story of a young girl Rose Olshansky
1985) A novel by Judie Angell. From her days in New York when she was just a girl, until she decided she was going to Ansonia, Connecticut to begin her new life.
1985) A novel by Judie Angell. The story of a young girl Rose Olshansky. Filled with vivid portrayals and moving moments, this journey with Rose is a non-stop adventure! Genre: Young Adult Fantasy. Used availability for Judie Angell's One Way to Ansonia.
No current Talk conversations about this book. A young Jewish girl immigrates to America and grows up seperated from most of her family in New York City.
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Your book is "One Way to Ansonia" (1985) by Judie Angell. The book has all of the elements that you describe
Your book is "One Way to Ansonia" (1985) by Judie Angell. See this description from the Library of Congress "At the turn of the century, ten-year-old Rose immigrates from Russia to America and eventually finds that her emergence into adolescence brings employment, marriage, motherhood, and self-determination. The book has all of the elements that you describe.
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