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The ostrich and other lost things

Beth Hautala

The ostrich and other lost things

by Beth Hautala

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  • 9 Currently reading

Published by Philomel Books in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Families,
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Zoo animals,
  • Autism,
  • Brothers and sisters

  • About the Edition

    In this beautifully written novel, the bonds and challenges of caring for a sibling with autism are bravely explored, along with the pain and power that comes from self-discovery.

    Edition Notes

    StatementBeth Hautala
    The Physical Object
    Pagination281 p.
    Number of Pages281
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26946505M
    ISBN 100399546065
    ISBN 109780399546068

    Philomel was created in the early s as part of World Publishing Books for Young People, by editor and publisher Ann Beneduce. The imprint was named aft Christopher Award winner The Ostrich and Other Lost Things by Beth Hautala; and others. Liza’s newly curated picture book list will debut in Summer Celebrate the release of Minnesota author Beth Hautala's latest book, The Ostrich and Other Lost Things, with a Red Balloon launch party!Join the author of Waiting for Unicorns, for a talk, book signing, and celebratory refreshments in honor of this beautifully written story about family, growing up, .

    The Book of Lost Things. An imaginative tribute to the journey we must all make through the loss of innocence into adulthood, John Connolly's latest novel is a book for every adult who can recall the moment when childhood began to fade, and for every adult about to face that moment. Summary/Review: Olivia, eleven, has a knack for finding lost things but when she promises her brother, Jacob, that she will find his ostrich, she hopes its return will cure his autism. Show/hide reviews and other .

      The Ostrich and Other Lost Things is full of memorable characters, riveting moments, and surprising turns that add up to a very heartwarming and magical read. I loved it!"--Dana Middleton, author of The Infinity Year of Avalon James "A brave beautiful story. I loved this book."--Paul Acampora, author of I Kill the Mockingbird. This book tackles the problem most of us face as parents, getting our kids to clean up. This book shows just what happens when you don’t do anything to tidy up. It is not pretty, but with teamwork, Mama and Llama Llama get everything in order. The benefit of tidying up means Mama and Llama have lot’s of room to play and do things together.


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"The Ostrich and Other Lost Things is a delicate, warm, textured novel that explores the wonder, pain, envy, and intimacy of sibling relationships. Written with a huge dose of compassion and vulnerability, there is so much to love about the world Olivia and her brother Jacob inhabit/5(10).

Ostrich and Other Lost Things is the story of the challenges of family life, especially when one of the siblings has autism. Olivia knows how to find things when they are lost, and is hyper focused on finding a lost ostrich toy her brother lost.

She believes if finds it, the ostrich /5. Praise for The Ostrich and Other Lost Things: "The Ostrich and Other Lost Things is a delicate, warm, textured novel that explores the wonder, pain, envy, and intimacy of sibling relationships.

Written with a huge dose of compassion and vulnerability, there is so much to love about the world Olivia and her brother Jacob inhabit/5(10).

Praise. Praise for The Ostrich and Other Lost Things: “The Ostrich and Other Lost Things is a delicate, warm, textured novel that explores the wonder, pain, envy, and intimacy of sibling relationships. Written with a huge dose of compassion and vulnerability, there The ostrich and other lost things book so much to love about the world Olivia and her brother Jacob inhabit.

Praise for The Ostrich and Other Lost Things: "The Ostrich and Other Lost Things is a delicate, warm, textured novel that explores the wonder, pain, envy, and intimacy of sibling relationships. Written with a huge dose of compassion and vulnerability, there is so much to love about the world Olivia and her brother Jacob inhabit.

THE OSTRICH AND OTHER LOST THINGS by her wracked with guilt. Meanwhile, she’s been spending most of her time trying to find a comfort toy, a plastic ostrich, that Jacob lost months before, convinced that without it he’s much worse. She’s helped by her new friend, Charlie, the blind son of the manager of a traveling zoo where Olivia Author: Beth Hautala.

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Written with a huge dose of compassion and vulnerability, there is so much to love about the world Olivia and her brother Jacob inhabit. Her newest middle grade book “The Ostrich and Other Lost Things,” tells year-old Olivia Grant’s story.

Olivia has a gift for finding lost things and she is a lover of found things. Her older brother Jacob is autistic, and Olivia is certain that if her brother Jacob’s lost plastic ostrich toy is found, she and their family will become.

The Ostrich and Other Lost Things is full of memorable characters, riveting moments, and surprising turns that add up to a very heartwarming and magical read. I loved it!"—Dana Middleton, author of The Infinity Year of Avalon James "A brave beautiful story. I loved this book."—Paul Acampora, author of I Kill the MockingbirdAuthor: Beth Hautala.

The Ostrich and Other Lost Things is full of memorable characters, riveting moments, and surprising turns that add up to a very heartwarming and magical read. I loved it!"—Dana Middleton, author of The Infinity Year of Avalon James "A brave beautiful story.

I loved this book."—Paul Acampora, author of I. Olivia wishes she could fix her brother Jacob’s autism, but adventures involving an ostrich named Ethel and a search for a missing toy lead her to see him and their relationship in a different light in The Ostrich and Other Lost Things by Beth Hautala (ages 8 and up, Philomel Books/Penguin Young Readers Group).

The Ostrich and Other Lost Things (Book): Hautala, Beth: Olivia, eleven, has a knack for finding lost things but when she promises her brother, Jacob, that she will find his ostrich. In the middle reader book, The Ostrich and Other Lost Things, year-old Olivia Grant has a knack for finding lost things.

But there's one thing she can't seem to find: her brother Jacob's toy ostrich. And Olivia is certain that when he lost his ostrich, his autism got significantly worse.

Get this from a library. The ostrich and other lost things. [Beth Hautala] -- Olivia, eleven, has a knack for finding lost things but when she promises her brother, Jacob, that she will find his ostrich, she hopes its return will cure his autism. Happy book release day to Beth Hautala and her wonderful middle grade novel, THE OSTRICH AND OTHER LOST THINGS.

Eleven-year-old Olivia Grant has a knack for finding lost things. She can find lost rings, pets, and even her elderly neighbor’s misplaced glasses.

Buy a cheap copy of The Ostrich and Other Lost Things book by Beth Hautala. In this beautifully written novel from the author of Waiting for Unicorns, the bonds and challenges of caring for a sibling with autism are bravely explored, Free shipping over $   The Ostrich and Other Lost Things February 20th by Philomel Books Copy provided by the publisher Oliva's "super power" is finding lost items, from her neighbor's frequently misplaced glasses to her father's keys.

When her brother's plastic toy ostrich goes missing, she tries to find it, to no avail. Eleven-year-old Olivia Grant has a knack for finding lost things. She can find lost rings, pets, and even her elderly neighbor's misplaced glasses.

There's only one thing Olivia has never been able to find — her brother Jacob's toy ostrich. It wasn't until the day Jacob lost his ostrich that Olivia noticed how di. "The Ostrich and Other Lost Things is a delicate, warm, textured novel that explores the wonder, pain, envy, and intimacy of sibling relationships.

Written with a huge dose of compassion and vulnerability, there is so much to love about the world Olivia and her brother Jacob : Beth Hautala. The Ostrich and Other Lost Things Beth Hautala Eleven-year-old Olivia Grant has a knack for finding lost things.

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