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Flood

by Mary Calhoun

Other authors: Erick Ingraham (Illustrator)

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The river floods by their house the family go to the uncles house to be safe. The little girl is sad and mad about whats happening.
  cabram90 | Jun 24, 2014 |
Sarajean and her family try to save their home from an oncoming flood from the Mississippi River.

Recommended Age: Kindergarten + ( )
  indiabessette | Feb 28, 2014 |
a family deal with a floor in their midwest area. once the levee breaks the floor get ever worse.
source: ECE text book
  majors07 | Feb 28, 2014 |
heavy rains came and the river was rising everyone but sarajanes family started leaving. finally things were getting very unsafe so they decided to leave and go to her uncles place where they would be safe from the flood. she wasnt scared because her parents were calm through it . her grandma didnt want to leave because too mant memories but sarajean told her as long as they were together they would always be family no matter where they lived.
  DellaShaw | Feb 15, 2014 |
The little girl Sarajean that experience the river by her house flooded her community. She was having fun helping stacks sandbag around her house. The little girl was so sad and mad at the river because the flood.

Source: Pierce College Library
Age: 4-6
Bibliotherapy
  corine65 | Oct 29, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0688139191, Hardcover)

Nature's fury...and a family's strength

Sarajean has played by the Mississippi River all her life, so when she hears that it might overflow its banks and flood her home, she can't believe it! But the rain keeps falling, and the river continues to rise. Her family stacks sandbags around the house's foundation and moves upstairs. For a while Sarajean has fun pretending she's camping out -- but then the levee breaks.... Using the devastating Midwest floods of 1993 as their backdrop, best-selling author Mary Calhoun and award-winning illustrator Erick Ingraham tell the poignant story of a young girl who discovers what is truly important during a time of trouble.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:52 -0400)

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One fictional Midwestern family is forced to leave their home during the flooding of the Mississippi River in 1993.

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