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The giver —Lowry, Lois, author.

Given his lifetime assignment at the Ceremony of Twelve, Jonas becomes the receiver of memories shared by only one other in his community and discovers the terrible truth about the society in which he lives.

Number the stars —Lowry, Lois, author.

In 1943, during the German occupation of Denmark, ten-year-old Annemarie learns how to be brave and courageous when she helps shelter her Jewish friend from the Nazis.

The giver —Lowry, Lois, author.
Large Print
2004
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Given his lifetime assignment at the Ceremony of Twelve, Jonas becomes the receiver of memories shared by only one other in his community and discovers the terrible truth about the society in which he lives.

On the horizon : World War II reflections —Lowry, Lois, author.

"From two-time Newbery medalist and living legend Lois Lowry comes a moving account of the lives lost in two of WWII's most infamous events: Pearl Harbor and Hiroshima. With evocative black-and-white illustrations by SCB...

Son —Lowry, Lois, author.

Unlike the other Birthmothers in her utopian community, teenaged Claire forms an attachment to her baby, feeling a great loss when he is taken to the Nurturing Center to be adopted by a family unit.

The Willoughbys return —Lowry, Lois, author.

Thirty years after their disappearance, the previously frozen Willoughbys have thawed out and returned from the Alps, to the consternation of their children and grandchildren.

The Willoughbys —Lowry, Lois, 1937- author, illustrator.

In this tongue-in-cheek take on classic themes in children's literature, the four Willoughby children set about to become "deserving orphans" after their neglectful parents embark on a treacherous around-the-world advent...

Like the willow tree —Lowry, Lois, author.

After being orphaned during the influenza epidemic of 1918, 11-year-old Lydia Pierce and her 14-year-old brother are taken by their grieving uncle to be raised in the Shaker community at Sabbathday Lake, where Lydia stru...

Gooney Bird Greene —Lowry, Lois, author.

A most unusual new student who loves to be the center of attention entertains her teacher and fellow second graders by telling absolutely true stories about herself, including how she got her name.

The giver —Lowry, Lois, author.
Book Club
2014
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Given his lifetime assignment at the Ceremony of Twelve, Jonas becomes the receiver of memories shared by only one other in his community and discovers the terrible truth about the society in which he lives.

Messenger —Lowry, Lois, author.

"Trouble is brewing in Village. Once a utopian community that prided itself on welcoming strangers, Village will soon be cut off to all outsiders. As one of the few able to traverse the forbidding Forest, Matty must deli...

Looking back : a book of memories —Lowry, Lois, 1937- author.

In this fascinating, moving autobiography, Lois Lowry explores her rich history through personal photographs, memories, and recollections of her childhood. Lowry's writing often transports readers into other worlds. Now,...

Anastasia's chosen career —Lowry, Lois, author.

"A seventh-grade assignment requires Anastasia to choose a future career. How can she prepare for a real-life career when she can't even prepare a term paper without ten or twelve false starts? Anastasia hits the world...

Rigorous reading: Number the stars —McRae, Karen, author.

In 1943, during the German occupation of Denmark, ten-year-old Annemarie learns how to be brave and courageous when she helps shelter her Jewish friend from the Nazis.

Anastasia has the answers —Lowry, Lois, author.

Anastasia continues the perilous process of growing up as her thirteenth year involves her in conquering the art of rope climbing, playing Cupid for a recently widowed uncle, and surviving a crush on her gym teacher.

On the horizon World War II reflections —Lowry, Lois, author, narrator.
Book On CD
2020
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From two-time Newbery medalist and living legend Lois Lowry comes a moving account of the lives lost in two of WWII's most infamous events: Pearl Harbor and Hiroshima.

Anastasia on her own —Lowry, Lois, author.

In her mother's absence, resourceful Anastasia has to cope with her brother Sam's chicken pox, an unexpected visit from her father's old girlfriend, and her own first date.

Anastasia at this address —Lowry, Lois, author.

Ready for romance, thirteen-year-old Anastasia answers an ad in the personals with an exaggerated description of herself but soon runs into trouble when the unknown man turns up at a friend's wedding.

Rigorous reading : The giver —Anderson, Janna, author.

Twelve-year-old Jonas lives in a seemingly ideal world. Not until he is given his life assignment as the Receiver does he begin to understand the dark secrets behind this fragile community.

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