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by Joe Cottonwood

Author: Joe Cottonwood
Language: English
Publisher: Demco Media (April 1, 1996)
Pages: 146 pages
Category: For children
Rating: 4.3
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With their parents away at the 1989 World Series, fourteen-year-old.

Joe Cottonwood is an American author of fiction and poetry for adults and children. He was born August 19, 1947 and lives in La Honda, California His novels for adults include Famous Potatoes (1978) and Clear Heart (2009)

Joe Cottonwood is an American author of fiction and poetry for adults and children. He was born August 19, 1947 and lives in La Honda, California His novels for adults include Famous Potatoes (1978) and Clear Heart (2009). His novels for children and young adults include Quake! (1995) and The San Puerco Trilogy (1990-1996). Cottonwood grew up in Bethesda, Maryland. His mother and father were both scientists.

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With their parents away at the 1989 World Series, fourteen-year-old Franny, her younger brother, and their cousin try to cope with the frightening events following an earthquake that destroys their home on Loma Prieta mountain.

Find nearly any book by Joe Cottonwood. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Coauthors & Alternates. Bill Ash. Brian Paczesniak.

I repair and remodel houses, and I write poems and novels and songs.

Writer, carpenter, podcaster. La Honda, California. 49. Following Following 17. Followers Followers 48. More.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. With unsettling realism, Franny describes the aftershocks, the struggle to rebuild homes and lives, the triumphs of restoring basic services, and the steps she and her family take to re-establish their lives.

Cottonwood: A Novel, . Up the street, though, I could hear a wagon rolling over the uneven ground, its driver cursing his team, the dry hinges of the big doors of the livery as they swung open, banging as they glided over the occasional chunk of frozen mud, someone idiotically ringing the bell that hung from a post in front of the Cottonwood Hotel.

With their parents away at the 1989 World Series, fourteen-year-old Franny, her younger brother, and their cousin try to cope with the frightening events following an earthquake that destroys their home on Loma Prieta mountain.