This novel, written in diary form, tells of "a pivotal year for 19th-century New Englander Catherine Cabot Hill--one of change, loss, and leave taking . . . a low-key, intense and reflective book".--"School Library Journal", starred review. 1980 Newbery Award book.
Joan W. Blos is the author of A Gathering of Days, winner of the 1980 Newbery Medal, the American Book Award, and other honors. She wrote, and later dramatized, Brothers of the Heart, also a work of historical fiction. Her other books include Brooklyn Doesn't Rhyme, Martin's Hats, Old Henry (an award-winning picture book), The Heroine of the Titanic (also an award-winning story), and Hello, Shoes! She has been an editor, a lecturer, and a teacher of children's literature. She lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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