Konigsburg, E. L. The outcasts of 19 Schuyler Place, E. Konigsburg.
Konigsburg, E. 1st ed. p. cm. Summary: Upon leaving an oppressive summer camp, twelve-year-old Margaret Rose Kane spearheads a campaign to preserve three unique towers her great-uncles have been building in their backyard for more than forty years. 4. Hungarian Americans-Fiction. I. Title: Outcasts of nineteen Schuyler Place.
by E. Konigsburg (Author), Molly Ringwald (Narrator). E. KONIGSBURG received the Newbery Medal for From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, and the same year had a Newbery Honor Book, Jennifer, Hecate, William McKinley and Me, Elizabeth. In 1996, she received the Newbery again for The View from Saturday. She has since written a number of very successful books, including, most recently, Silent to the Bone, a NYT bestseller, and ALA Best Book for Young Adults, and an ALA Notable Book.
The Outcasts of 19 Schuyler Place (2004) is a young adult novel by E. It is a companion of Silent to the Bone, a kind of prequel published four years later
The Outcasts of 19 Schuyler Place (2004) is a young adult novel by E. It is a companion of Silent to the Bone, a kind of prequel published four years later. Parent publisher Simon & Schuster recommends it for "Ages 10 up". The Outcasts is set in 19 Schuyler Place in the summer of 1983, primarily in downtown Epiphany, Clarion County, a fictional county in Greater New York.
I liked this book, but not nearly as much as other books E. Konigsburg wrote. Great fun and narrated beautifully by Molly Ringwald. altheaannGo to altheaann's profile
I liked this book, but not nearly as much as other books E. I didn't particularly love the flashback, I would have liked it better if the book was straight forward. It's an enjoyable book, but I would not recommend reading it out loud as the back and forth is confusing. altheaannGo to altheaann's profile. I picked this up because I'd read several of Konigsburg's books when I was very young, and really liked them, esp.
I was unsure of Molly Ringwald as the narrator at first, but her sort of monotone narration actually fit the .
I was unsure of Molly Ringwald as the narrator at first, but her sort of monotone narration actually fit the story really well. I couldn't help but think of Moonrise Kingdom as I listened to this audiobook. For me, there was a very similar tone and feel between this book and that movie. From a very basic summary Margaret is sent to a summer camp while her parents supposedly neglect her in favor of a trip to Peru.
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A rousing book about intelligence, art, and the fierce preservation of individuality, from EL Konigsburg. Among her other acclaimed books are Silent to the Bone, The Outcasts of 19 Schuyler Place, and The Mysterious Edge of the Heroic World. Библиографические данные. The Outcasts of 19 Schuyler Place. Simon and Schuster, 2011.
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We were passing markers that explained-in paragraphs that were too long and lettering that was too small-what we should be appreciating n extremely slow vehicle to be able to make out what they said. I didn’t even try. Tartufo sat on the floor, resting his head on the seat between Uncle and me. I stared out the window, thinking that everyone at Talequa had a name for me but none of them knew me. Even if I would never get a prize for being Miss Congeniality, I didn’t deserve incorrigible.