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Choldenko continues to infuse the Alcatraz community with warmth and originality (the kids play rock, newspapers, shiv). Despite being the roughest hard-time prison in America, by the end of this winning series, its also a place Moose comes to proudly call home. Ages 10up. (Aug.) Reviewed on:, release date:, paperback - 214 pages - 22-0. Paperback - -6, pre-Recorded Audio Player - -0. Compact Disc - 5 pages - 2-0. Prebound-Sewn - 240 pages - 4-2. Open Ebook - 2-4, show other formats, formats.
Delivers a satisfying conclusion to readers whove grown fond of this cast of characters. School Library Journal, rich characterization, tender drama, and sleuthworthy clues, this poignant mystery makes for a thoroughly satisfying conclusion to the landmark historical trilogy. Booklist, starred review, choldenko consistently excels at penning pitch-perfect dialogue and balancing a large cast of original.
Gennifer Choldenko. Dial, 17.99 (224p) isbn -2 More By and About This Author. This final installment in the life of Moose Flanagan, a boy who lives on Alcatraz Island during the 1930s, brings Choldenkos trilogy to a satisfying conclusion. The story opens with good news: Mooses father, Cam, has been promoted to associate warden of.