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Albert Carlton - Cashiers Community Library YA DUPRAU (Text) 39493107411243 Young Adult Fiction Available -
Ashe County Public Library J DUP (Text) 50503300060243 Juvenile Fiction Checked out 08/19/2019
BHM Headquarters Library J FIC (Text) 38344101270120 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Bailey Public Library J DuPrau (Text) 540191010097966 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Bath Community Library J FIC (Text) 38344101270930 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Bladen Main Branch J FIC DUP (Text) 30441100489939 Juvenile Fiction Paperback Available -
Bordeaux Library J DUPRAU (Text) 31781064687971 Juvenile Fiction Paperback Available -
Canton Library J (Text) 33115006951351 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Cleveland County Main Library J DUP (Text) 22281500014961 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Cliffdale Library J DUPRAU (Text) 31781038001697 Juvenile Fiction Available -
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  • ISBN: 0375828249
  • ISBN: 0375928243
  • ISBN: 0375828257
  • ISBN: 9781439518724
  • ISBN: 9780375828256
  • Physical Description: 338 pages ; 22 cm.
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Random House, [2004]

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General Note:
Sequel to: The City of Ember.
Summary, etc.:
When Lina and Doon lead their people up from the underground city of Ember, they discover a surface world of color and life. The people of a small village called Sparks agree to help the Emberites, but the villagers have never had to share their world before. Soon differences between the two groups escalate, and it's up to Lina and Doon to find a way to avoid war! In the riveting sequel to the highly acclaimed <i>The City of Ember</i>, Jeanne DuPrau explores the nature of conflict and the strength and courage necessary to overcome it. -- Provided by publisher.
Target Audience Note:
760L Lexile
Study Program Information Note:
Accelerated Reader (AR) MG 4.9 11.0
Subject: Traditional farming > Juvenile fiction.
Vandalism > Juvenile fiction.
Agriculture > Juvenile fiction.
Refugees > Juvenile fiction.
War stories.
Fantasy > Juvenile fiction.
Fantasy > Juvenile literature.
Genre: Science fiction.

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