Four Miles to Pinecone by Jon Hassler

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Published by Tandem Library .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Social Issues - Emotions & Feelings,
  • Social Issues - Values,
  • Crime and criminals,
  • Fiction,
  • Children"s 12-Up - Fiction - General,
  • Friendship,
  • Children: Grades 4-6

Book details

The Physical Object
FormatSchool & Library Binding
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9827710M
ISBN 10078571121X
ISBN 109780785711216

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Four Miles to Pinecone book. Read 16 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Tom Barry's summer starts off bad and only gets worse. He no /5. Minnesota author John Hassler uses Four Miles to Pinecone as an allegory to itself.

He opens by stating summer is over then proceeds to tell a tale of growing up and making decisions of one particular summer. In the end, the book becomes its own forty-seven page assignment (and /5(6). Get this book in print. Random House LLC; Four Miles to Pinecone Aunt Gert boat bottle Brown cabin called caught Chad’s Chapter desk didn’t dollars don’t door drove face feel feet fish Forty-seven four front gave give glass gone half hand happened he’s head heard It’s keep Kerr Kerr’s kind knew lake leave Lester light Listen 3/5(5).

About Four Miles to Pinecone. He was an eyewitness to a crime that his best friend committed “It all started the day school ended” That was when my English teacher decided not to flunk me—if I wrote a long story during my summer vacation.

My name’s Tom Barry. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. LibraryThing Review User Review - DanielMH - LibraryThing. Story about a young guy growing up in poor circumstances in St. Paul and how he handles being an eyewitness of thefts.

Four Miles to Pinecone Jon Hassler Limited preview - /5(3). In J. Trelease (Ed.), Read all about it. (pp. ), New York: Penguin. Permission pending. Today, fifteen years after writing a young-adult novel entitled Four Miles to Pinecone, Jon Hassler sees his adult novels regularly reviewed in places like The New York Times with words such as “[He] is a writer good enough to restore your faith in fiction.

Four Miles to Pinecone (), a young adult novel by Jon Hassler, centers on a teenage boy wrestling with his conscience after he catches his best friend robbing a convenience store.

Often read in high schools and middle schools as a set text, critics praise the book for its strong moral themes. The Paperback of the Four Miles to Pinecone by Jon Hassler at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.

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(p.g. 2) Metaphor 4. The sultry air hung. (p.g. Get this from a library. Four miles to Pinecone. [Jon Hassler] -- An incident at his uncle's isolated cabin causes a sixteen-year-old to reexamine his decision to keep silent about a robbery he witnessed.

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Summary Note: summary text provided by external source. Tom Barry's summer starts off bad and only gets worse. He not only has to write a paper during the summer, but he sees his best friend rob a store. He doesn't tell a soul about it, but then later in the summer, at his uncle's resort in the Minnesota woods, Tom.

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An incident at his uncle's isolated cabin causes a year-old to reexamine his decision to keep silent about a robbery he. He was an eyewitness to a crime that his best friend committed “It all started the day school ended”That was when my English teacher decided not to flunk me—if I wrote a long story during my summer vacation.

My name’s Tom Barry. I’m sixteen, and I really do want to be a junior next year at the high school in St. Paul where I live. Read "Four Miles to Pinecone" by Jon Hassler available from Rakuten Kobo.

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