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With bold strokes of color and detail, Scott Russell Sanders and Jill Kastner offer children a rich opportunity to participate imaginatively in history. Aurora Means Dawn has been added to your Cart.
With bold strokes of color and detail, Scott Russell Sanders and Jill Kastner offer children a rich opportunity to participate imaginatively in history. Focusing on the hopes and hardships faced by one family.
Illustrator Jill Kastner has illustrated numerous picture books, including "The Stone Dancers" and "Aurora Means Dawn", and is the author/illustrator of "Snake Hunt" and "Barnyard Big Top". She lives in Weehawken, New Jersey. Customers Also Bought Items By. Eve Bunting.
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by Scott Russell Sanders. After traveling from Connecticut to Ohio in 1800 to start a new life in the settlement of Aurora, the Sheldons find that they are the first family to arrive there and realize that they will be starting a new community by themselves.
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Scott Russell Sanders (born 1945 in Memphis, Tennessee) is an American novelist and essayist. Sanders has won acclaim for his skill as a personal essayist.
Scott Russell Sanders is an American novelist and essayist. His twenty books of fiction and nonfiction include A Private History of Awe and A Conservationist Manifesto. The best of his essays from the past thirty years, plus nine new essays, are collected in Earth Works, published in 2012 by Indiana University Press.