11 edition of Pictures, 1918 found in the catalog.
Coming of age in a rural Texas community in 1918, fifteen-year-old Asia assists in the local war effort, contemplates romance with a local boy, and expands her horizons through her pursuit of photography.
|LC Classifications||PZ7.I533 Pi 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||152 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||98005229|
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Pictures, combines mystery, history, romance, and drama all into one DCOM-esque package. It's not anything terribly special, but those who love chapter books written for young people will definitely Pictures it/5.
Pictures is a Very good book, Because in the beginning it starts with this young girl Asia who is a nice quite girl who loves her Grandama, and the animals she keeps in her barn.
But there is this big fire that starts in her grand fathers barn and no one knows who starts it, but in the shadows Asia sees a dark figure escaping into the dark /5(5). Historically, when you research America's military involvement during WW1 many of the pictures recording her days of service and sacrifice are missing in action.
Fortunately this book gives the reader visual insights that can help fill in some important gaps that history on hole overlooks.5/5(2). An innovative novel from Ingold 1918 book Window,etc.), in some ways reminiscent of Patricia MacLachlan's Journey (), where photography serves as the metaphor for a clarifying of many kinds of vision.
In in Dust Crossing, Texas, Asia is a high-school junior. As the story opens someone has set fire to her family's chicken house and Asia has lost a pet jackrabbit in the : Jeanette Ingold.
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12, Pregnant at 33, Agnes sprinted over to a neighbor’s. “Pictures, ,” by Jeanette Ingold is a historical fiction novel about a teenage girl living in When Asia first sees the Autographic, she knows right away that she must have it as her own.
The camera is state of the art, incorporating all the latest developments in photography technology. Not only that, but it is also beautiful.4/5. Search thousands of identified photos, obituaries and service records of First World War officers, soldiers, sailors, nurses, airmen and civilian workers.
All available to download. Pictures, is a great book. This book is written by author Ingold, Jeanette. You can read the Pictures, book on our website in any convenient format. This post was written in collaboration with Kevin Quinn, Sarah Lepianka, and Katherine Stinson - Archives Technicians in the Still Photos Branch.
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This is just a simple quant little book that sets up a different environment for readers and allows readers to be within a different setting and culture. There is a lot of cultural tension within the text in /5(3).
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