❞ رواية حفيدة الراعي ❝  ⏤ آن لوريل كارتر

❞ رواية حفيدة الراعي ❝ ⏤ آن لوريل كارتر

رواية حفيدة الراعي – آن لوريل كارتر
في الروايات العالمية المترجمة

هذا الكتاب موجه لليافعين وهو يعالج موضوع القضية
الفلسطينية من وجهة نظر فتاة عربية، أماني، التي تحبذ أن
تصبح راعية مثل جدها. لكن المستوطنين اليهود يستولون على
أراضيهم. كيف تواجه أماني الوضع؟ هذه القصة تتعاطف مع
المعاناة من هذا الصراع المزمن.
آن لوريل كارتر - Anne Laurel Carter (born September 22, 1953) is an award-winning Canadian author[1] with eighteen published books, mostly for young adults and children.[2]


Contents
1Life
2Criticism
3Selected works
4References
Life
Born in Don Mills, the youngest of four children, she began a science program at the University of Toronto, intending to study medicine, but left the program in her second year. At the age of 19, she went to Israel where she studied Hebrew, staying for a year and a half during the Yom Kippur War. She met her first husband in Israel; they moved to California and were married. The couple then moved to Toronto, where Carter earned a BA from York University and a BEd from the University of Toronto. She took part in a French immersion program, staying in Trois Pistoles, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Rivière-du-Loup, Chicoutimi and Grenoble (France). Carter then taught English as a second language at Eastmain, Mistissini and Chisasibi in northern Quebec. In 1984, she completed a MEd in second language learning at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. She began teaching in Peterborough. After reconnecting with a male friend from Toronto there, she moved to Bramalea, a neighbourhood of Brampton, Ontario, where she taught school, married and had four children.[1]

Carter began submitting stories for publication. In 1997, her story "No Missing Parts" won second prize in a contest sponsored by the Toronto Star. Her next story "Leaving the Iron Lung" won second prize in the same competition i the following year. A revised version of the story was published and received the Vicky Metcalf Short Story Award. In 1999, she published her first book Tall in the Saddle.[1]

Carter teaches children's book courses privately and also at the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies.[3]

Criticism
Carter's 2008 book The Shepherd's Granddaughter, about a Palestinian farm girl,[4] has received the Canadian Library Association Book of the Year for Children Award, the Society of School Librarians Best International Book Award, the IRA Notable Book for a Global Society and the Jane Addams Honor Award for peace.[5] It also sparked controversy; it was labelled as "anti-Israel" by B'nai B'rith, who asked that the book be removed from Ontario's recommended reading lists for schools.[6] Groundwood Books publisher Patsy Aldana praised the book, releasing a statement arguing that "No less a figure than James Loney, who was held hostage in Iraq by extremists and who works for Christian Peacemaker Teams, has praised the book for its balance."[7]

Selected works
Her works include:[1][5]

From Poppa, children's fiction (1999)
The Girl on Evangeline Beach, young adult fiction (2000)
In the Clear, young adult fiction (2001), finalist for the 2002 Ontario Library Association Silver Birch Award Program.[8]
Under a Prairie Sky, children's fiction (2002), received the Mr. Christie's Book Award
No Missing Parts And Other Stories About Real Princesses, stories (2002)
Circus Play, children's fiction (2002)
Elizabeth: Bless This House, young adult fiction (2002)
The F Team, children's fiction (2003)
Last Chance Bay, children's fiction (2004), received the Canadian Library Association Book of the Year for Children Award
My Wedding Dress, novel (2007)
Out of the Deeps, children's fiction (2008)
Night Boy, children's fiction (2012)
References
Jenkinson, Dave. "Anne Laurel Carter". Canadian Review of Materials.
"Books by Anne Laurel Carter". annelaurelcarter.com.
University Of Toronto, University Of Toronto Course Summary, Retrieved 2015.
"Author defends The Shepherd's Granddaughter". Toronto Star. April 26, 2010.
"Anne Laurel Carter". Writers' Union of Canada.
"Jewish Group Boycotts Canadian Kids' Book". Publisher's Weekly. April 1, 2010.
"Pro-Israeli groups slam award-winning novel as being "vehemently anti-Israel"". Quill and Quire. March 29, 2010.
"Silver Birch Award Program Winners and Nominees 1994 ― 2015" (PDF). Ontario Library Association.
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WorldCat Identities GND: 1041371128 ISNI: 0000 0000 7416 7445 LCCN: n00039293 VIAF: 52918101
Categories: 1953 birthsLiving peopleCanadian children's writersWriters from TorontoCanadian writers of young adult literatureUniversity of Toronto alumniYork University alumni❰ لها مجموعة من المؤلفات أبرزها ❞ حفيدة الراعي ❝ الناشرين : ❞ دار كلمات للنشر والتوزيع ❝ ❱
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رواية حفيدة الراعي – آن لوريل كارتر
في الروايات العالمية المترجمة

هذا الكتاب موجه لليافعين وهو يعالج موضوع القضية
الفلسطينية من وجهة نظر فتاة عربية، أماني، التي تحبذ أن
تصبح راعية مثل جدها. لكن المستوطنين اليهود يستولون على
أراضيهم. كيف تواجه أماني الوضع؟ هذه القصة تتعاطف مع
المعاناة من هذا الصراع المزمن. .
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رواية حفيدة الراعي – آن لوريل كارتر

 في الروايات العالمية المترجمة

هذا الكتاب موجه لليافعين وهو يعالج موضوع القضية
الفلسطينية من وجهة نظر فتاة عربية، أماني، التي تحبذ أن
تصبح راعية مثل جدها. لكن المستوطنين اليهود يستولون على
أراضيهم. كيف تواجه أماني الوضع؟ هذه القصة تتعاطف مع
المعاناة من هذا الصراع المزمن.

Anne Laurel Carter (born September 22, 1953) is an award-winning Canadian author[1] with eighteen published books, mostly for young adults and children.[2]

 

Contents

Life[edit]

Born in Don Mills, the youngest of four children, she began a science program at the University of Toronto, intending to study medicine, but left the program in her second year. At the age of 19, she went to Israel where she studied Hebrew, staying for a year and a half during the Yom Kippur War. She met her first husband in Israel; they moved to California and were married. The couple then moved to Toronto, where Carter earned a BA from York University and a BEd from the University of Toronto. She took part in a French immersionprogram, staying in Trois PistolesSaint Pierre and MiquelonRivière-du-LoupChicoutimi and Grenoble (France). Carter then taught English as a second language at EastmainMistissini and Chisasibi in northern Quebec. In 1984, she completed a MEd in second language learning at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. She began teaching in Peterborough. After reconnecting with a male friend from Toronto there, she moved to Bramalea, a neighbourhood of Brampton, Ontario, where she taught school, married and had four children.[1]

Carter began submitting stories for publication. In 1997, her story "No Missing Parts" won second prize in a contest sponsored by the Toronto Star. Her next story "Leaving the Iron Lung" won second prize in the same competition i the following year. A revised version of the story was published and received the Vicky Metcalf Short Story Award. In 1999, she published her first book Tall in the Saddle.[1]

Carter teaches children's book courses privately and also at the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies.[3]

Criticism[edit]

Carter's 2008 book The Shepherd's Granddaughter, about a Palestinian farm girl,[4] has received the Canadian Library Association Book of the Year for Children Award, the Society of School Librarians Best International Book Award, the IRA Notable Book for a Global Society and the Jane Addams Honor Award for peace.[5] It also sparked controversy; it was labelled as "anti-Israel" by B'nai B'rith, who asked that the book be removed from Ontario's recommended reading lists for schools.[6] Groundwood Books publisher Patsy Aldana praised the book, releasing a statement arguing that "No less a figure than James Loney, who was held hostage in Iraq by extremists and who works for Christian Peacemaker Teams, has praised the book for its balance."[7]

Selected works[edit]

Her works include:[1][5]

  • From Poppa, children's fiction (1999)
  • The Girl on Evangeline Beach, young adult fiction (2000)
  • In the Clear, young adult fiction (2001), finalist for the 2002 Ontario Library Association Silver Birch Award Program.[8]
  • Under a Prairie Sky, children's fiction (2002), received the Mr. Christie's Book Award
  • No Missing Parts And Other Stories About Real Princesses, stories (2002)
  • Circus Play, children's fiction (2002)
  • Elizabeth: Bless This House, young adult fiction (2002)
  • The F Team, children's fiction (2003)
  • Last Chance Bay, children's fiction (2004), received the Canadian Library Association Book of the Year for Children Award
  • My Wedding Dress, novel (2007)
  • Out of the Deeps, children's fiction (2008)
  • Night Boy, children's fiction (2012)

References[edit]

  1. Jump up to:a b c d Jenkinson, Dave. "Anne Laurel Carter"Canadian Review of Materials.
  2. Jump up^ "Books by Anne Laurel Carter"annelaurelcarter.com.
  3. Jump up^ University Of Toronto, University Of Toronto Course Summary, Retrieved 2015.
  4. Jump up^ "Author defends The Shepherd's Granddaughter"Toronto Star. April 26, 2010.
  5. Jump up to:a b "Anne Laurel Carter". Writers' Union of Canada.
  6. Jump up^ "Jewish Group Boycotts Canadian Kids' Book". Publisher's Weekly. April 1, 2010.
  7. Jump up^ "Pro-Israeli groups slam award-winning novel as being "vehemently anti-Israel"". Quill and Quire. March 29, 2010.
  8. Jump up^ "Silver Birch Award Program Winners and Nominees 1994 ― 2015" (PDF). Ontario Library Association.
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آن لوريل كارتر - Anne Laurel Carter

كتب آن لوريل كارتر Anne Laurel Carter (born September 22, 1953) is an award-winning Canadian author[1] with eighteen published books, mostly for young adults and children.[2] Contents 1Life 2Criticism 3Selected works 4References Life Born in Don Mills, the youngest of four children, she began a science program at the University of Toronto, intending to study medicine, but left the program in her second year. At the age of 19, she went to Israel where she studied Hebrew, staying for a year and a half during the Yom Kippur War. She met her first husband in Israel; they moved to California and were married. The couple then moved to Toronto, where Carter earned a BA from York University and a BEd from the University of Toronto. She took part in a French immersion program, staying in Trois Pistoles, Saint Pierre and Miquelon, Rivière-du-Loup, Chicoutimi and Grenoble (France). Carter then taught English as a second language at Eastmain, Mistissini and Chisasibi in northern Quebec. In 1984, she completed a MEd in second language learning at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. She began teaching in Peterborough. After reconnecting with a male friend from Toronto there, she moved to Bramalea, a neighbourhood of Brampton, Ontario, where she taught school, married and had four children.[1] Carter began submitting stories for publication. In 1997, her story "No Missing Parts" won second prize in a contest sponsored by the Toronto Star. Her next story "Leaving the Iron Lung" won second prize in the same competition i the following year. A revised version of the story was published and received the Vicky Metcalf Short Story Award. In 1999, she published her first book Tall in the Saddle.[1] Carter teaches children's book courses privately and also at the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies.[3] Criticism Carter's 2008 book The Shepherd's Granddaughter, about a Palestinian farm girl,[4] has received the Canadian Library Association Book of the Year for Children Award, the Society of School Librarians Best International Book Award, the IRA Notable Book for a Global Society and the Jane Addams Honor Award for peace.[5] It also sparked controversy; it was labelled as "anti-Israel" by B'nai B'rith, who asked that the book be removed from Ontario's recommended reading lists for schools.[6] Groundwood Books publisher Patsy Aldana praised the book, releasing a statement arguing that "No less a figure than James Loney, who was held hostage in Iraq by extremists and who works for Christian Peacemaker Teams, has praised the book for its balance."[7] Selected works Her works include:[1][5] From Poppa, children's fiction (1999) The Girl on Evangeline Beach, young adult fiction (2000) In the Clear, young adult fiction (2001), finalist for the 2002 Ontario Library Association Silver Birch Award Program.[8] Under a Prairie Sky, children's fiction (2002), received the Mr. Christie's Book Award No Missing Parts And Other Stories About Real Princesses, stories (2002) Circus Play, children's fiction (2002) Elizabeth: Bless This House, young adult fiction (2002) The F Team, children's fiction (2003) Last Chance Bay, children's fiction (2004), received the Canadian Library Association Book of the Year for Children Award My Wedding Dress, novel (2007) Out of the Deeps, children's fiction (2008) Night Boy, children's fiction (2012) References Jenkinson, Dave. "Anne Laurel Carter". Canadian Review of Materials. "Books by Anne Laurel Carter". annelaurelcarter.com. University Of Toronto, University Of Toronto Course Summary, Retrieved 2015. "Author defends The Shepherd's Granddaughter". Toronto Star. April 26, 2010. "Anne Laurel Carter". Writers' Union of Canada. "Jewish Group Boycotts Canadian Kids' Book". Publisher's Weekly. April 1, 2010. "Pro-Israeli groups slam award-winning novel as being "vehemently anti-Israel"". Quill and Quire. March 29, 2010. "Silver Birch Award Program Winners and Nominees 1994 ― 2015" (PDF). Ontario Library Association. Authority control Edit this at Wikidata WorldCat Identities GND: 1041371128 ISNI: 0000 0000 7416 7445 LCCN: n00039293 VIAF: 52918101 Categories: 1953 birthsLiving peopleCanadian children's writersWriters from TorontoCanadian writers of young adult literatureUniversity of Toronto alumniYork University alumni❰ لها مجموعة من المؤلفات أبرزها ❞ حفيدة الراعي ❝ الناشرين : ❞ دار كلمات للنشر والتوزيع ❝ ❱. المزيد..

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