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Author: Monica Hughes
ISBN: 043512305X
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Pages 128 pages
Publisher Heinemann Educational Publishers (April 4, 1986)
Language English
Category: For Children
Rating: 4.2
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by Monica Hughes


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AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). One of a series of top-quality fiction for schools, this novel was a runner-up for the "Guardian" Award. A young girl living with a scientific colony in the Canadian arctic is caught between two cultures when she makes contact with the nomadic Ekoes, who are threatened by the scientists' work. Format Hardback 128 pages.

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Ring-rise, Ring-set (New Windmills). Postage, Returns & Payments. Best-selling in Fiction. Roald Dahl Collection 15 Books Boxed Set (Paperback, 2016). EAN/UPC/ISBN Code 9780435123055. Brand Heinemann Educational Publishers. DE. A young girl living with a scientific colony in the Canadian arctic is caught between two cultures when she makes contact with the nomadic Ekoes, who are threatened by the scientists" work. Healer (New Windmills) EAN 9780435123017. The Go-between (New Windmills) EAN 9780435122997. Farewell to Arms (New Windmills) EAN 9780435122980

ISBN 10: 0862030692 ISBN 13: 9780862030698. Publisher: A Magnet Book, 1982.

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Monica Hughes lived in many different countries, including Egypt, Scotland, England and . Hughes wrote about 40 books including more than 20 that ISFDB covers as speculative fiction novels. Ring-Rise Ring-Set, 1982. The Beckoning Lights, 1982.

Monica Hughes lived in many different countries, including Egypt, Scotland, England and Zimbabwe. She was the daughter of Phylis Fry and . Ince  . Although she spent a large part of her life writing, she was almost fifty when her first book was published. That was Gold-Fever Trail: A Klondike Adventure, a Canadian historical novel (see Klondike Gold Rush).

I've read a lot of Monica Hughes, and this one, in my opinion, of her better books, (though they're all good). The characters, and whole idea are so thrilling, I finished it in two days. Who ever doesn't like this book should be ashamed. Well, no I take that back.

Sidney Sheldon - Windmills of the Gods Series . EDDiE Maltz answered on the first ring. The conversation lasted for ten minutes. I'll make sure everything is there," Eddie promised.

Sidney Sheldon - Windmills of the Gods Series -. (Thriller, Mystery ) A young professor of Eastern Europe studies and mother of two is appointed U. S. Ambassador to an Iron Curtain country. The new buildding we are dedicating here today will be filled with information about the United States of America. Colonel McKinney and his men were moving through the crowd. The note had said "Enjoy your last day on earth.

One of a series of top-quality fiction for schools, this novel was a runner-up for the "Guardian" Award. A young girl living with a scientific colony in the Canadian arctic is caught between two cultures when she makes contact with the nomadic Ekoes, who are threatened by the scientists' work.
Malaunitly
I've read a lot of Monica Hughes, and this one, in my opinion, of her better books, (though they're all good). The characters, and whole idea are so thrilling, I finished it in two days. Who ever doesn't like this book should be ashamed. It's just... the best. Well, no I take that back. But really, really close. It portrays a possible future of a young girl, who really hates the way of life she's forced to live. So in an act to prove herself that backfires, she gets lost, or more like left behind. But then she's found, and things really start to cook up. She has never met the people who found her. They think they know her. She knows better, but soon living with them, and feeling their love seems much more inviting than her past life. I'll never cease to love this book.
AnnyMars
Lois Prochaska; This book was like none I'd ever read before. I related to the main character in the way that she always wanted to prove people wrong when they said she couldn't do something, but, also like me, it got her in trouble sometimes. However, I have my own idea about how things happened and will happen in the future, and mine didn't quite fit the ideas in this book, but I think it's interesting to learn other peoples' theories and such.
Otrytrerl
I thought this book was okay. It deffinitly wasn't the best book I ever read. It got off to a very boring beginning and I had a hard time getting past the first two chapters. Once it gets going though, it becomes much more interesting.