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Moon Over ManifestPerdition to pay a debt to the reclusive Miss Sadie a diviner who only tells stories from the past It seems that Manifest’s history is full of colorful and shadowy characters and long held secrets The Abilene hears the determined she is to learn just what role her father played in that history And as Manifest’s secrets are laid bare one by one Abilene begins to weave her own story into the fabric of the townPowerful in its simplicity and rich in historical detail Clare Vanderpool’s debut is a gripping story of loss and redempti. Sadly the only reason I read this book was because it won the Newbery in 2011 and because it won the Newbery it already had to dig its way out of a 'high expectations' hole The writing is dusty and atmospheric uaint in a kind of old town way During the Great Depression Abilene's father sends her to live in his old hometown of Manifest She searches for hints and stories of her father around town to no avail but in the meantime she starts piecing together Miss Sadie's stories newspaper clippings letters and other primary source documents from the World War I era It seems that Manifest is a town of secrets and mystery and Abilene unraveling the mysteries of 1916 helps depression era Manifest tooIt's a solid book though it didn't hook me until well over halfway Part of me is annoyed because this is definitely the kind of book teachers and librarians LOVE stories about stories American history primary source documents the importance of community but kids roll their eyes at because it's kind of boring I totally would have It's Educational with a capital E

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Moon Over Manifest Free read À 108 ô Winner of the 2011 Newbery AwardThe movement of the train rocked me like a lullaby I closed my eyes to the dusty countryside and imagined the sign I’d seen only in Gideon’s stories Manifest—A Town with a rich past and a bright futureAbilene Tucker feels abandoned Her father has put her on a train sendingWinner of the 2011 Newbery AwardThe movement of the train rocked me like a lullaby I closed my eyes to the dusty countryside and imagined the sign I’d seen only in Gideon’s stories Manifest A Town with a rich past and a bright futureAbilene Tucker feels abandoned Her father has put her on a train sending her off to live with an old friend for the summer while he works a railroad job Armed only with a few possessions and her list of universals Abilene jumps off the train in Manifest Kansas aiming to learn about the boy her father o. Moon Over Manifest Clare VanderpoolThe main character in the book is Abilene Tucker a nice adventurous girl from 1936 Her father sent her to a small town called Manifest Kansas while he worked a railroad job somewhere else She arrived there to find that it was run down and greatly affected by the Great Depression A pastor took her in and in that house she discovered a box of mementos and letters stashed away under a floorboard One letter mentioned the Rattler someone Abilene and her two friends Lettie and Ruthanne believed was a German spy in 1918 After some investigating they received a note telling them to leave well enough alone Realizing that she had lost her father's compass while searching for the spy Abilene walked down the Path to Perdition to search for it and accidentally broke a diviner's pot To pay off her debt and earn her compass back from the diviner Abilene did odd jobs for her For example she tilled dry soil during a drought planted seeds in it and hunted for strange plants all of which seemed to have no useful purposeSensing that Abilene was feeling abandoned by her father the diviner told her a story of the past about two boys in Manifest in 1918 called Jinx and Ned Jinx was a twelve year old con artist who left his partner after thinking he accidentally killed a man and Ned was a fifteen year old boy who used Jinx's skills to sign up for the army underage At the time the town was controlled by the owners of the mine because there were no jobs or money without them during the war; the owners paid the poor workers very little and forced them to work shifts or else they'd be fired تاریخ خوانش روز سیزدهم ماه آوریل سال 2014میلادیعنوان ماه بر فراز مانیفست؛ نویسنده کلر وندرپول؛‌ مترجم کیوان عبیدی‌ آشتیانی؛ تهران؛ افق‏‫،‌ 1391؛ در 476ص؛ شابک 9789643697600؛ چاپ دوم و سوم 1392؛ چاپ چهارم 1395؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان ایالات متحده آمریکا سده ی 21مماه برفراز مانیفست کتابی است که خانم «کلر وندرپول»، نویسنده امریکایی آنرا نگاشته است؛ و کتاب توانسته در سال 2011میلادی جایزهٔ «نیوبری» را از آن خود کند؛ داستان این کتاب در دو دوره ی زمانی گوناگون روایت می‌شود؛ چکیده داستان «آبیلین» و پدرش «آنتیگون» دختر و پدری هستند، که با هم زندگی می‌کنند؛ پدر کار مشخصی ندارد، و به همین دلیل آن‌ها مدام به شهرهای ایالات متحده آمریکا مهاجرت می‌کنند؛ مادر «آبیلین» آن دو را ترک کرده‌ است؛ روزی «آنتیگون»، «آبیلین» را تنهایی به شهر «مانیفست» می‌فرستد؛ شهری که پدر می‌گوید در گذشته در آن زندگی می‌کرده، و افرادی در آنجا او را می‌شناسند؛ «آبیلین» به «مانیفست» می‌رود، و نزد کشیش شهر زندگی می‌کند؛ او به زودی مجبور می‌شود، در خانه ی پیشگویی «مجارستانی» به نام «دوشیزه سادی» کار کند؛ در داستان‌هایی که پیشگو تعریف می‌کند، همه ی افراد شهر هستند به جز پدرش اینکار موجب تعجب «آبیلین» می‌شود، ولی او در نهایت راز این شهر را از دل داستان‌های «سادی» درک می‌کند و حیرتزده می‌شود؛نقل نمونه متنزمین با صدای بلند حرف میزند به خصوص وقت‌هایی که می‌خواهد صدایش شنیده شودگیدئون میگوید گل سرخ همیشه گل سرخ است اما هم خار دارد، هم بوی خوش؛خاطرات مثل آفتاب هستند گرمتان می‌کنند، حس خوبی میدهند اما نمی‌توانید آن‌ها را نگه داریدهمه ی مردم استحاق شادی دارند و حالا نوبت توستوقتی جایی را ترک میکنی دیگر مشکل می‌توانی به عقب برگردی و خاطراتت را مرور کنیاگر گیدئون در ساعت شش و چهل و پنج دقیقه از آیوا به طرف مانیفست حرکت کند و اگر آبیلین هم در همان ساعت از مانیفست به طرف آیوا حرکت کند، این دو نفر در چه ساعتی به هم میرسند؟مرگ مثل یک انفجار است مردم را وادار می‌کند متوجه چیزهایی شوند که قبلاً متوجه ش نوده اندپایان نقلتاریخ بهنگام رسانی 17031399هجری خورشیدی ا شربیانی

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Nce wasHaving heard stories about Manifest Abilene is disappointed to find that it’s just a dried up worn out old town But her disappointment uickly turns to excitement when she discovers a hidden cigar box full of mementos including some old letters that mention a spy known as the Rattler These mysterious letters send Abilene and her new friends Lettie and Ruthanne on an honest to goodness spy hunt even though they are warned to “Leave Well Enough Alone”Abilene throws all caution aside when she heads down the mysterious Path to. A nice safe choice for the Newbery people but not one that knocked my socks off The best historical novels of course trick you into learning about their periods The reader never notices he’s sitting still for a history seminar but is swept up in a story that happens in history Vanderpool’s intention to teach World War I the Spanish Flu pandemic the Great Depression is uite transparent Not to mention her desire to impart a feel good messages about diversity that is the diversity of European immigrants in a Kansas town and self confidence You know the bad guys are going to lose because well they’re bad And they’re in the Ku Klux KlanThe structure of the novel makes for some snags in the stream as well There are four narrators the delightfully feisty Abilene Tucker 12 years old and making do without family as a new resident of Manifest Kansas the author of a somewhat hokey homespun newspaper column the doughboy scribe behind a trove of letters Abilene comes across and a Hungarian fortune tellerIf that isn’t enough stutter stop narration for you you also have to keep switching back and forth between two time frames 1918 and 1936 Too bad because Vanderpool has some strong characters a fascinating little window into an unsung time and place and a nice bit of mystery regarding Abilene’s father I especially liked the cousins who uickly become Abilene’s buddies the spunky Lettie and Ruthanne and wished I could have followed closely on the three girls’ heels as they kicked up the dust in the streets of Manifest In the 1918 flashbacks a boy called Jinx is also a strong and complex characterThe adults with the exception of Abilene’s caretaker Shady Howard both a man of the cloth and the bottle are one dimensional and predictable Like a nun named Sister Redempta and those guys wearing hoods If I’d come to ‘Moon Over Manifest’ as an unheralded debut novel I might have been forgiving of its flaws I expected from the Newbery Award winner especially in a year with so many great chapter books and for that matter a fantastic non fiction book about World War I Russell Freedman’s ‘The War to End All Wars’