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A single shard
Linda Sue Park
Children's Fiction PARK

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Book Nut said:
A late elementary to middle school read. A book like this one hasn't been written in a while. It contains amazing life lessons throughout every chapter.
posted Nov 2, 2007 at 2:02PM
Evelyn Zhou said:
Can somebody please tell me the summary of this book(A Single Shard). Our class is reading this book. We had to write summaries. What a bad teacher we got. This book is getting more and more interesting for half of our class. And the other half students thought it was more and more boring.
posted Jan 8, 2008 at 4:13AM
Mitchell said:
This book was really interesting. You learn a little about making pottery, and it's also a good story about an orphan and an old man who are friends. The old man teaches the orphan boy important stuff.
posted Jul 3, 2008 at 8:51PM
Mitchell said:
This book was really interesting. You learn a little about making pottery, and it's also a good story about an orphan and an old man who are friends. The old man teaches the orphan boy important stuff.
posted Jul 3, 2008 at 8:51PM
Toubookdog said:
This book is very very intense, it is vibrant and exciting I guarantee you will stay up very far into the night to read this book. A Orphan Boy named Tree-Ear has a master named Min. Tree-Ear meets Crane-Man but later into the story something very bad happens to him. This book is very well setup, and the fact that The setting was in the 12th setting it was very exciting to read.
posted Jan 13, 2009 at 6:59PM
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main characters Tree-ear
Male
Age: 12
Orphan
Dreams of becoming a skilled potter.

Crane-man
Male
Disabled
Tree-ear's friend and teacher.

Min
Male
Married
Ill-tempered; takes Tree-ear on as an assistant; master potter.
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