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Cynthia Voigt


Suggestions for Further Reading

Commire, Anne. "Cynthia Voigt" in Something About the Author. Detroit: Gale, 1987.

Devereaux, Elizabeth. "Cynthia Voigt." Publishers Weekly, Vol. 29 (1994): 225.

Irving, Elsie. "Cynthia Voigt." Horn Book Magazine, Vol. 8 (1983): 410–411.

Leverich, Kathleen. "Homecoming by Cynthia Voigt." New York Times, 5/10/81, Section 7, page 38.

Patner, Myra Merish. "Making Books on a Very Dicey Situation." The Washington Post, 8/12/93, Section C, page 5.

Reid, Suzanne. Presenting Cynthia Voigt. New York: Twayne, 1995.

Rochman, Hazel. "Professional Reading: Presenting Cynthia Voigt." The Booklist, Vol. 9 (1995): 832.

Shaw, Joanna. "Newbery Medalist Aims at Realism for Youngsters." The Christian Science Monitor, 5/13/1983, Midwestern Edition, Section B, Page 2.

Sutton, Roger. "A Solitary View: Talking with Cynthia Voigt." School Library Journal, Vol. 6 (1995): 28.

Voigt, Cynthia. "Newbery Medal Acceptance Speech." Horn Book Magazine, Vol. 8 (1983): 401–409.

Voigt, Jessica. "Cynthia Voigt." Horn Book Magazine, Vol. 8 (1983): 413.

Other books in the Tillerman cycle:

Voigt, Cynthia. Dicey's Song. New York: Athaneum, 1982.

———. A Solitary Blue. New York: Athaneum, 1983.

———. The Runner. New York: Athaneum, 1985.

———. Come a Stranger. New York: Athaneum, 1986.

———. Sons From Afar. New York: Athaneum, 1987.

———. Seventeen Against the Dealer. New York: Athaneum, 1989.

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by 18house_lindsey, August 19, 2013

i need the answer to this answer (in your opinion)

How does James react to being abandoned? How does his reaction evidence itself in his interactions with people outside the family circle?


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