ZEKE THOMPSON, AMERICAN HERO:
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(For teens and adults; historical fiction, 292 pages).
Subject: In the mid 1850's, Zeke, a poor farmer’s son, is befriended by a slave from a neighboring plantation, who teaches Zeke life-long lessons, and the two friends establish a bound that can never be broken.
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(Adult Reading, 773 pgs). Available worldwide.
Subject: Modern day novel. Child abuse; poignant and uplifting.
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REFLECTIONS ON A STONE:
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Subject: Short stories of mystery, fantasy, and allegory for preadolescents and adults.
Kirkus Book Review:
"Rosa clearly writes from the heart, drafting prose with a passion and intensity indicative of an author who believes strongly in what she has to say. Her use of settings is powerful and rich, vividly bringing to life the varied locales of her stories."
If you enjoy Mark Twain and Charles Dickens' orphan characters, you'll enjoy Lumberville Seven, which received a raving review from Kirkus Book Review. Two young boys, Angelo and James, set out on a quest to find Angelo's siblings, but encounter more than they expected in rural early twentieth century Lumberville, Pennsylvania, where they are challenged by the law and an intuitive Mrs. Penelope Brown, who offers them a job. While the boys work hard and attend school, they are befriended by an old civil war hero, Zeke Thompson, and an inventor with a mysterious past who enjoys playing practical jokes on the two unsuspecting orphans. It's a heartfelt story with laughter and pathos for young and old.