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No Star Nights

by Anna Smucker

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A story of a young girl and what her childhood was like living in a town with a steel mill. The illustrations in the book start out muted and the colors dull and without life.As the author describes the town and the sights she saw as she was growing up in the illustrations mirror what she is describing. At the end of the book the illustration becomes clear as she describes the new look of her mill town that is very different that how she grew up. ( )
  ecollado | Sep 14, 2014 |
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Contains great illustrations. The pictures tell the story. Tells the story of a girl who grew up beside the steel mills.
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This book would make a good example for students to see how pictures can tell a story even when words aren't attached to them. ( )
  mrspriest | Jul 7, 2014 |
This is a story contains great illustrations. The illustrator used a more realistic style of painting. The picture can also explain the text. ( )
  mmgomez1 | Apr 29, 2012 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0679867244, Paperback)

Illus. in full color by Steve Johnson. "The story of a young girl growing up within the shadows of a great steel mill is eloquently depicted in this insightful, autobiographical picture book. Studded with vibrant imagery, the story subtly emphasizes the loving, caring, respectful relationships within a steelworker's family. Cleanly executed pages, evocative illustrations, and manageable vocabulary make this a unique purchase for a broad age range."—School Library Journal

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 14:13:09 -0400)

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A young girl growing up in a steel mill town in the 1950s describes her childhood and how it was affected by the local industry.

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