Sally M Walker Blizzard of Glass

ISBN 13: 9781627654142

Blizzard of Glass

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"Riveting." -"Kirkus Reviews"

"This tragic, but well-told story belongs in most collections." --"School Library Journal"

"Riveting." -"Kirkus Reviews, "Starred

"Halifax does indeed have a story to tell, but Walker once again proves that it's her consummate gifts as a storyteller that breathe life into the tale." --"Horn Book Magazine" "This tragic, but well-told story belongs in most collections." --"School Library Journal"

"Riveting." -"Kirkus Reviews, "Starred

"Disasters make for gripping reading, and this account of the huge explosion of a munitions ship and its devastating effects in Halifax harbor, Canada in 1917 tells the dramatic history with clear detailed facts..." --"Booklist" "Halifax does indeed have a story to tell, but Walker once again proves that it's her consummate gifts as a storyteller that breathe life into the tale." --"Horn Book Magazine" "This tragic, but well-told story belongs in most collections." --"School Library Journal"

"Riveting." -"Kirkus Reviews, "Starred

* "Riveting." --"Kirkus Reviews, "starred review

"Disasters make for gripping reading, and this account of the huge explosion of a munitions ship and its devastating effects in Halifax Harbor, Canada, in 1917 tells the dramatic history with clear detailed facts." --"Booklist"

"Halifax does indeed have a story to tell, but Walker once again proves that it's her consummate gifts as a storyteller that breathe life into the tale." --"The "Horn Book""

"This tragic, but well-told story belongs in most collections." --"School Library Journal"

"The well-designed volume clearly depicts the extent of the devastation in both words and photographs . . . . As usual, this author's source notes and use of primary sources serves as a model of nonfiction writing." -Shelf Awareness

* "Riveting." --"Kirkus Reviews, "starred review

"Disasters make for gripping reading, and this account of the huge explosion of a munitions ship and its devastating effects in Halifax Harbor, Canada, in 1917 tells the dramatic history with clear detailed facts." --"Booklist

""Halifax does indeed have a story to tell, but Walker once again proves that it's her consummate gifts as a storyteller that breathe life into the tale." --"The "Horn Book

"""This tragic, but well-told story belongs in most collections." --"School Library Journal"

"The well-designed volume clearly depicts the extent of the devastation in both words and photographs. . . . As usual, this author's source notes and use of primary sources serves as a model of nonfiction writing." --Shelf Awareness
* "Riveting." --"Kirkus Reviews," ""starred review
"Disasters make for gripping reading, and this account of the huge explosion of a munitions ship and its devastating effects in Halifax Harbor, Canada, in 1917 tells the dramatic history with clear detailed facts." --"Booklist
""Halifax does indeed have a story to tell, but Walker once again proves that it's her consummate gifts as a storyteller that breathe life into the tale." --"The Horn Book
""This tragic, but well-told story belongs in most collections." --"School Library Journal"

Reseña del editor:

On December 6, 1917, two ships collided in Halifax Harbor in Nova Scotia, Canada. One ship was loaded top to bottom with munitions and the other held relief supplies, both intended for war-torn Europe. The resulting blast flattened two towns, Halifax and Dartmouth, and killed nearly 2,000 people. As if that wasn't devastating enough, a blizzard hit the next day, dumping more than a foot of snow on the area and paralyzing much-needed relief efforts.
Fascinating, edge-of-your-seat storytelling based on original source material conveys this harrowing account of tragedy and recovery.

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