Published March 1, 1994
by Puffin .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
Constance C. Greene is the author of over twenty highly successful children’s and young adult novels, including the ALA Notable Book A Girl Called Al, Al(exandra) the Great, Getting Nowhere, and Beat the Turtle Drum, which is an ALA Notable Book, an IRA-CBC Children’s Choice, and the basis for the Emmy Award–winning after-school special Very Good Friends. Greene lives in Milford, Brand: Open Road Media. Beat the Turtle Drum. Constance C. Greene. Dell, - Brothers and sisters - pages. 1 Review. Twelve-year-old Kate and her younger sister, Joss, are close friends-which is unusual, because 4/5(1). Discover Books via United States: Hardcover, ISBN Publisher: Viking Books for Young Readers, Good. Beat the Turtle Drum. Hardcover in Good condition. Our eBay StoreTerms Stock Photos: The photos displayed within our listings are Stock Photos provided by /5(). Book Wizard; IMAGE NOT AVAILABLE. Beat the Turtle Drum. By Constance C. Greene. Grades. A young girl learns to cope with her feelings about her sister's accidental death. A young girl learns to cope with her feelings about her sister's accidental death. SAVE TO LIST.
A nice, affecting, clearly remembered family story that shifts gears with a jolt. It starts as a relaxed, first-person narrative, dotted with year-old Kate's childhood memories about her sister Joss, who is now all excited about the horse she's going to rent for a week as an 11th birthday gift. Beat the Turtle Drum. Constance C. Greene. Demco Media, - Death - pages. 1 Review. Twelve-year-old Kate and her younger sister, Joss, are close friends-which is unusual, because the two of them are completely different. Thoughtful Kate plans to be a writer someday, while bubbly Joss makes friends wherever she goes. From inside the 4/5(1). Beat the Turtle Drum. Constance C. Greene Beat the Turtle Drum Constance C. Greene An ALA Notable Book and an IRA-CBC Children’s Choice: Losing your sister can mean losing your best friend too Thirteen-year-old Kate is thrilled for her sister, Joss, when Joss finds out she gets to keep a horse for a week as a birthday present. Beat the Turtle Drum Constance C. Greene In memory of my mother and my father Contents May June July August About the Author O dance along the silver sand, And beat the turtle drum, That youth may last for ever And sorrow never come. IAN SERRAILLIER .
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