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  • Paperback
  • 64 pages
  • No Star Nights
  • Anna Egan Smucker
  • English
  • 02 July 2016
  • 9780679867241

6 thoughts on “No Star Nights

  1. Mary Mary says:

    Deep rich illustrations a bit small for screen reading convey the overcast gray nature of the steel plants surroundings Enough text takes us to that far away place and helps us understand what it was like to live your life dictated by the factory


  2. Angie Thompson Angie Thompson says:

    A sweet nostalgic look at life growing up in a steel town I loved the way the positives and negatives were balanced and rounded with the childhood perspective and the illustrations really fit the theme well Beautifully done


  3. Acacia Casner Acacia Casner says:

    This book is about a town whose survival is reliant on a coal mine The story is told through the perspective of a young girl who loves to lay on the hill and stare at the orange glow the mine puts off The story is a compilation of all her memories of the coal mine I use this book to teach memoir writing


  4. Casey Anderson Casey Anderson says:

    A nice little book Particularly for anyone who grew up in a steel town Especially local to the author here But it would be a nice book to get for children of people who grew up around steelwhen the mills were closed for the kids A nice way to show them a slice of life before the mills closed down The art is wonderful


  5. Brian Brian says:

    I know a lot about these places because I went to school in Bethany WV with a professor who shares the cover of this book with the author


  6. K K says:

    I liked the story behind this book though the language wasn't my favorite It's a nice story of a family who works in the mines of Pittsburgh but it could have been better


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No Star Nights❰Download❯ ➸ No Star Nights Author Anna Egan Smucker – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Illus in full color by Steve Johnson The story of a young girl growing up within the shadows of a great steel mill is elouently depicted in this insightful autobiographical picture book Studded with v Illus in full color by Steve Johnson The story of a young girl growing up within the shadows of a great steel mill is elouently depicted in this insightful autobiographical picture book Studded with vibrant imagery the story subtly emphasizes the loving caring respectful relationships within a steelworker's family Cleanly executed pages evocative illustrations and manageable vocabulary make this a uniue purchase for a broad age range— School Library Journal.