Leggiing ➸ Zane and the Hurricane: A Story of Katrina Autore W R Philbrick – Vehikool.co.uk

Zane and the Hurricane: A Story of Katrina Newbery Honor Author Rodman Philbrick Presents A Gripping Yet Poignant Novel About A Year Old Boy And His Dog Who Become Trapped In New Orleans During The Horrors Of Hurricane KatrinaZane Dupree Is A Charismatic Year Old Boy Of Mixed Race Visiting A Relative In New Orleans When Hurricane Katrina Hits Unexpectedly Separated From All Family, Zane And His Dog Experience The Terror Of Katrina S Wind, Rain, And Horrific Flooding Facing Death, They Are Rescued From An Attic Air Vent By A Kind, Elderly Musician And A Scrappy Young Girl Both African American The Chaos That Ensues As Storm Water Drowns The City, Shelter And Food Vanish, And Police Contribute To A Dangerous, Frightening Atmosphere, Creates A Page Turning Tale That Completely Engrosses The Reader Based On The Facts Of The Worst Hurricane Disaster In US History, Philbrick Includes The Lawlessness And Lack Of Government Support During The Disaster As Well As The Generosity And Courage Of Those Who Risked Their Lives And Safety To Help Others Here Is An Unforgettable Novel Of Heroism In The Face Of Truly Challenging Circumstances

5 thoughts on “Zane and the Hurricane: A Story of Katrina

  1. says:

    Zane comes from the NE to visit his great grandmother and soon finds himself separated from her, and right in the midst of Hurricane Katrina This non stop adventure features a believable and lovable nearly thirteen year old boy An elderly man and a young girl res

  2. says:

    This book was amazing I loved it It was sometimes hard to read but was still brilliant I would read this book than once just to understand but still a great book Was sad at some points but that was the whole point Still loved it.

  3. says:

    Zane and the Hurricane is a gut wrenching story of survival by a boy and his dog with the aide of an old musician and a scrawny joke telling girl I m glad this book is on the Missouri Mark Twain nominee list for 2016 17 for 4th through 6th grade readers Once you st

  4. says:

    This story helped personalize Hurricane Katrina for those who did not experience it Through Zane, readers can empathize with all who faced the storm and its aftermath One of Philbrick s best stories.

  5. says:

    Much realistic of the hell these people went through but not too gory for kids Would recommend for ages 8 12.

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