Pageant Sarah Benjamin a Jewish teenager on the brink of Kennedy s New Frontier wonders if she can endure four years of Stuart Hall Indianapolis s most exclusive very Christian and impossibly stuffy scho

  • Title: Pageant
  • Author: Kathryn Lasky
  • ISBN: 9780027517200
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Sarah Benjamin, a Jewish teenager on the brink of Kennedy s New Frontier, wonders if she can endure four years of Stuart Hall, Indianapolis s most exclusive, very Christian, and impossibly stuffy school for girls.

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    About “Kathryn Lasky”

    1. Kathryn Lasky

      Kathryn Lasky is the American author of many critically acclaimed books, including several Dear America books, several Royal Diaries books, 1984 Newbery Honor winning Sugaring Time, The Night Journey, and the Guardians of Ga Hoole series She was born June 24, 1944, and grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana, and is married to Christopher Knight, with whom she lives in Massachusetts.Book 15, The War of the Ember, is currently the last book in the Ga Hoole series The Rise of a Legend is the 16th book but is a prequel to the series Lasky has also written Guide Book To The Great Tree and Lost Tales Of Ga Hoole which are companion books.

    819 thoughts on “Pageant”

    1. Kathryn Lasky’s "Pageant" is back in print, a treat for those of us who remember the complicated, transformative years of the Kennedy administration, an era when most of us had not yet heard of Vietnam. Sarah’s a smart Jewish girl in a conservative girls’ school, the kind of girl who gets cast as a shepherd every year in the Christmas Pageant, because angels of course are blonde and blue-eyed: short, curly-haired brunettes are stuck being shepherds. As Sarah untangles the complex web of r [...]

    2. One of my first young adult books that actually meant something to me. I finally figured out what it was called and re-read it this week (10-11 January 2008) and it's still marvelous. I wanted to live inside my favorite stories when I was younger, and found it so upsetting to finish a book because then I had to come back to my own life. Reading Pageant again, I still kind of want to be Sarah.Yes; 15 years later, still in dreamworld. Excellent.

    3. A touching look at the outsider: a Jewish supporter of Kennedy against a school full of conservative Christians. Mean girls aren't a new thing.

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