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Lois Lowry

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Books by Lois Lowry


Son (2012)

An interesting wrap-up to The Giver series. Several unanswered questions from the previous three books are answered in this book, but I have to admit I was a bit disappointed in the ending (what else is new). The ending, for me, seemed rushed, thrown together, lets just quick knot up a few of th...

Son (2012) by Lois Lowry

Le bal d'anniversaire (2011)

A sympathetic but bored princess is approaching her 16th birthday, at which point, under the traditions of the kingdom, she'll have to marry one of three appalling suitors (or four, depending on how you count). To distract herself from this unhappy future and stave off boredom, she goes slumming...

Le bal d'anniversaire (2011) by Lois Lowry

The Birthday Ball (2010)

Princess Patricia Priscilla is about to turn 16 and have her birthday ball – the one where she must choose a suitor. She’s trying not to think too much about this, but there’s little else for a princess (in her kingdom, anyway) to do. After talking to her maid, the princess decides to sneak out...

The Birthday Ball (2010) by Lois Lowry

Like the Willow Tree: The Diary of Lydia Amelia Pierce, Portland, Maine, 1918 (2011)

As I first began reading this book and they described the Shaker lifestyle I thought "Oh God! I could never live this way". But as the story goes on, like the main character, I started to appreciate the peaceful way these people lived trying to work with themselves and make life better for the pe...

Like the Willow Tree: The Diary of Lydia Amelia Pierce, Portland, Maine, 1918 (2011) by Lois Lowry

Sacrées souris ! (2014)

This was a cute book for older children. It had nice artwork. It is about a group of church mice, and how they survive in a church. They clean up the crumbs and the spilt wine, chew off loose threads from the ministers clothes. They fear the Great X, but they have a great exodus when the time...

Sacrées souris ! (2014) by Lois Lowry

Bless This Mouse (2011)

Maybe 2 1/2 stars. The reader on the Book on CD was excellent, and for me was one of the few saving graces in this book. I haven't found Lois Lowry's later works to be consistent with the quality I enjoyed in years past. This book had the potential to be great, but I objected to some of the c...

Bless This Mouse (2011) by Lois Lowry

Crow Call (2009)

Beautiful illustrations with a great story line. Crow call is about a young girl who is reunited with her father. For the first time Lois and her father goes fishing when he comes home from War World II. Lois is nervous about being reconnected with her father which is something all children go th...

Crow Call (2009) by Lois Lowry

Messenger (2006)

This book was terrible. And stupid.It pains me to say so, because (as everyone likely knows by now) The Giver is one of my most favorite books of all time. In this book, we get to see Jonas again (and even Gabe, for a moment) so I thought for sure it would tie things together and give me some emo...

Messenger (2006) by Lois Lowry

Gossamer (2006)

Not your typical tale. Of course, Lois Lowry and the word, typical, don't go hand-in-hand. Original... Great writer... Risk-taker... Those are words I associate with her. Pick your superlative. But typical? No way. This tale has more echoes of surrealism than realism with surprising juxtapositi...

Gossamer (2006) by Lois Lowry

Anastasia on Her Own (1986)

Anastasia is a slightly bookish, very organized young girl who ends up having to figure out how to manage the household when her mom leaves for ten days. At first she thinks it will be easy; she's got it all figured out how she and her father will run the house (and take care of her brother, Sam)...

Anastasia on Her Own (1986) by Lois Lowry

Stay!: Keeper's Story (1999)

A nice fiction autobiography of Keeper’s life styles, many names, and poems. On his first life style he lives the life of a feral pup (who likes pasta) and makes an enemy (Scar), who will appear off an on though out the book. The second life style he picks is a homeless man and they both make mon...

Stay!: Keeper's Story (1999) by Lois Lowry

Gathering Blue (2015)

اللون الأزرقاللون الوحيد الناقص في حياة هذا المجتمع الذي اختلقته لويس لوريهذه الكاتبة الرائعة التي كتبت رواية الواهبقد تكون هذه االرواية هي الجزء الثاني من الواهب لكنها لا ترتبط بها قط في الاحداث...الفكرة متشابهة إلى حد ما لكن النهاية عكس الرواية الاولى...كأن الكاتبة قررت أن تكتب نفس الفكرة باسلو...

Gathering Blue (2015) by Lois Lowry

The One Hundredth Thing About Caroline (1983)

While this book was entertaining, I feel it falls short of Lois Lowry's other books. It was predictable and kind of silly, but one must keep in mind that this review is coming from a grown woman reading a youngster's book. However, I do feel that Ms. Lowry is way more talented than is revealed ...

The One Hundredth Thing About Caroline (1983) by Lois Lowry

Autumn Street (1986)

Man, Lois Lowry is just the best, isn't she. The actual very best.This is a really great book. I loved reading it and I'd recommend it to everyone. Even though I'd read a lot of reviews, I didn't quite understand what I was getting. (Basically, all that many reviews can clearly say is, "Oh my gos...

Autumn Street (1986) by Lois Lowry

Anastasia, Ask Your Analyst (1985)

Okay, this cover is horrible but THESE ARE THE BEST BOOKS EVER.Anastasia is hilarious. These books are great. Anastasia's parents are these messy, absent-minded, vaguely bohemian intellectual types, and everything that happens in these books is completely hysterical. This is the one in which Anas...

Anastasia, Ask Your Analyst (1985) by Lois Lowry

Anastasia Has the Answers (1987)

In the sixth Anastasia Krupnik book, the protagonist has a full plate, like she always does. Her Uncle George just lost his wife to salmonella poisoning and Anastasia doesn’t believe in wasting time setting him up with a new love interest. He does look like Clark Gable, after all. Also, there are...

Anastasia Has the Answers (1987) by Lois Lowry

Anastasia Again! (1982)

Misteri Rumah Baru adalah buku kedua serial Anastasia Krupnik. Anastasia, si gadis kecil kikuk berkacamata burung hantu, itu kini telah berusia 12 tahun. Sebentar lagi ia akan duduk di kelas 7 ( setara dengan kelas I SMP). Adiknya, Sam, kini bukan lagi bayi mungil yang sempat tidak ia inginkan ke...

Anastasia Again! (1982) by Lois Lowry

Anastasia's Chosen Career (1988)

I think Anastasia is the reason I've been saying, "Good grief," so much lately. I just adore Anastasia. All of these thoughts that run through her head are the ridiculous things I think. Good grief, the bus will be late and I'll show up to modeling class late and they'll kick me out and it'll be ...

Anastasia's Chosen Career (1988) by Lois Lowry

Number the Stars (1998)

Title: Number The StarsType: StandaloneAuthor: Lois LowryRelease Date: Feb 9,1998Rating: 4 stars“And they are beginning to realize that the world they live in is a place where the right thing is often hard, sometimes dangerous, and frequently unpopular.Few lines from the letter of a young Danish...

Number the Stars (1998) by Lois Lowry

Rabble Starkey (1988)

I did not like this book as much because I didn't really understand the dialect they spoke in. Rabble had a really strong southern accent and poor grammar. She talked in a 'hillbilly' voice. The setting of the book was in West Virginia, so I'm guessing maybe that’s why the tone of the story was w...

Rabble Starkey (1988) by Lois Lowry

Anastasia at Your Service (1983)

Aku suka banget serial Anastasia Krupnik ini. Gaya bertutur Lois Lowry serta tema cerita yang realis benar-benar sesuai dengan selera bacaanku. Ya, ini memang buku cerita remaja, tetapi kurasa ini sebuah buku yang keren yang akan membuatku ketagihan membacanya. Buktinya aku terus mengikutinya sam...

Anastasia at Your Service (1983) by Lois Lowry

Taking Care of Terrific (1984)

Fourteen year old Enid Irene Crowley lives on Marlborough St. in Boston, MA, with her lawyer father, her radiologist mother, and the family’s somewhat eccentric live-in housekeeper Mrs. Kolodny. She goes to the Carstairs School where her best friends are Trina Bentley and Emily Wentworth but def...

Taking Care of Terrific (1984) by Lois Lowry

Gooney Bird Greene (2004)

Gooney Bird Greene is an adorable story about the new girl in school who quickly wins over every one. Gooney isn't your average second grader, she is a very eccentric dresser and she has some of the most outlandish tales the children and teacher have ever heard, although she insists they are real...

Gooney Bird Greene (2004) by Lois Lowry

A Summer to Die (1983)

"A Summer to Die" written by Lois Lowry is a realistic fiction story that takes us on a memorable journey about 2 sisters that have distinctive interest and personality. I would recommend this book to everyone as it enlightens us on the nature of life and the ways to overcome obstacles that stand...

A Summer to Die (1983) by Lois Lowry

Gooney Bird and the Room Mother (2006)

3/19/2014 tENNUI - the feeling that comes with wearing matching socks, as described by Gooney Bird Greene.Oh, how I can relate to that!!!!Or a made-bed before 8:00 a.m. or Heaven forbid, ALL my laundry done - including the hand-washables. OR bills paid early. OR a docile hubby!!Who expected such ...

Gooney Bird and the Room Mother (2006) by Lois Lowry

Zooman Sam (1999)

In Lois Lowry's Zooman Sam, a little boy decided to be a zookeeper for "Future Job Day" at his school. This is a boy after my own heart. As a child (and even sometimes as an adult,) zookeeper was my absolute dream job! I have been a zoo volunteer for the last 3 years, and I've loved the zoo for a...

Zooman Sam (1999) by Lois Lowry

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