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Moose Street

Mazer, Anne

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ISBN 10: 0679832335 / ISBN 13: 9780679832331
Published by Knopf Books for Young Readers, 1992
Used Condition: Fine Hardcover
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Signed by Author 0679832335 This hardcover book is square and tight. The boards and spine have no wear with pristine lettering. The pages and endpages are clean, with no markings or folds. The dustjacket is As New, save a whisper of touch to one point. Original Price is intact. Not ex-lib. No remainder mark. Signed by the Author on the title page with the following inscription: April 1995/To Helen/With all the/ best/Anne Mazer. In addition, there is a card signed by the Auhtor without inscription laid in. Bookseller Inventory # 004331

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Title: Moose Street

Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers

Publication Date: 1992

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: As New

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: First Edition.

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Eleven-year-old Lena Rosen, the only Jewish child on Moose Street, sees life as an insider and as an outsider.

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Grade 4-6-- This unremarkable novel describes the sights, sounds, and people of an ordinary neighborhood, where 11-year-old Lena Rosen lives during the 1960's. Disjointed, humorless, and lacking in plot, Moose Street is a series of vignettes connected only by the girl's perceptions. Lena's greatest conflict is over her family's Jewishness; because they are not religious, the problem is one of social incorrectness. On Sundays, as other children in the neighborhood go to church in their dressy best, she is embarrassed to be gardening with her family. On Tuesday afternoons, all the students at the public school are dismissed two hours early to attend religious education classes, except Lena who is ``Jewish and there is no nearby synagogue.'' Many characters are mentioned in passing, seeming little more than stereotypes: the school bully, the misfit, the hooligan, the brat. Without well-defined characters and plot, Moose Street is little more than an essay of place. The last chapter, entitled ``Moose Street Sleeps,'' sums up the novel's effect. --Alice Casey Smith, Chappaqua Library, NY
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