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    Storm Warning

    Storm Warning

    by Linda Sue Park

    Amy and Dan hit the high seas as they follow the trail of some infamous ancestors to track down a long lost treasure.

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    The 39 Clues: Cahills vs. Vespers Book 5: Trust No One (Audiobook)

    The 39 Clues: Cahills vs. Vespers Book 5: Trust No One (Audiobook)

    by Linda Sue Park

    FORMAT: UNABRIDGED 5 CDs

    A surprising twist brings Amy and Dan back to New England for their first mission on U.S. soil since the beginning of the Clue hunt. But being close to home is anything but a comfort. The siblings have learned that there's a mole in the Cahill organization . . . and the traitor is one of their closest confidantes. However, this betrayal is overshadowed when Amy and Dan make an even more devastating discovery: the truth about the Vespers' real plan. Burdened with this terrifying information, Amy and Dan are forced to ask an impossible question: Is it more important to save the hostages. . . or stop the Vespers?

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Project Mulberry

Author: Linda Sue Park

Interest Level:
5-9

Lexile Framework:
690L

Grade Level Equivalent:
3.7

Guided Reading Level:
S

Age:
10-14

Genre:
General Fiction, Multicultural

Subject:
Science Experiments and Projects, Prejudice and Tolerance Experiences, Understanding Self and Others, Asian and Asian American

About This Book

Julia, a Korean-American girl, doesn't want to do silkworms as a project for the state fair because she thinks it's "too Korean," but, she decides to go ahead with the project and becomes engrossed in caring for the silkwoms' eggs. However, when she realizes that the silkworms must die in order for their silk to be extracted, the reader realizes the extraordinary growth that Julia has experienced in her time doing the project. In this story, which covers issues such as prejudice, biology and conservatism, there is also an interesting dialogue between the protagonist, Julia, and the author, Linda Sue Park, on the author's ideas and on her writing process.


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