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Who Owns the Sun?

Chbosky, Stacy

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ISBN 10: 0933849826 / ISBN 13: 9780933849822
Published by Landmark Editions, Inc., 2004
Condition: Very Good Soft cover
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Title: Who Owns the Sun?

Publisher: Landmark Editions, Inc.

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Very Good

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This is a special reprinting of WHO OWNS THE SUN? and is also a part of THE FIVE IN A ROW curriculum.

WHO OWNS THE SUN? is a powerful plea for freedom! This emotion-packed story of a young slave touches an essential part of the human spirit. Made into a film by Disney Educational Productions.

Written in full-color impressionistic illustrations, WHO OWNS THE SUN? has a flow of narrative that transcends into poetry.

Gently affecting the minds and hearts of readers, WHO OWNS THE SUN? is an experience of rich texture and is destined to generate meaningful discussions in classrooms and in families and can be appreciated by readers throughout the world wherever freedom is challenged and valued.

About the Author:

At fourteen years of age, Stacy Chbosky wrote and illustrated WHO OWNS THE SUN? and won The 1987 National Written and Illustrated By... Awards Contest for Students in the 14 to 19 age category.

In 1990, Disney Educational Productions created a live-action film of her book and it won several awards, including a Golden Apple at The National Educational Film and Video Festival. In 1993, a ballet adaptation of SUN was performed by The Pittsburgh Youth Ballet with a narration by the distinguished actor, James Earl Jones.

Now a resident of Los Angeles, Stacy is a native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where she lived with her parents, Lea and Fred, and her older brother, Stephen. When Stacy graduated from St. Clair High School in 1991, USA Today selected her for their All-USA Academic FirstTeam as one of the nation's "20 Best and Brightest" scholars.

Stacy studied theater at Carnegie-Mellon University and graduated in 1995 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree. She has pursued an exciting theatrical career, appearing in the United States and in Europe in musicals, sketch comedy and improvisational productions.

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