By Brian Selznick
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Awards and Honors 2012 Schneider Family Book Award Winner, Middle Grades; YALSA 2012 Best Fiction for Young Adults; ALA Notable Children’s Book 2012, Middle; <i>Booklist</i> 2011 Editors' Choice, Books for Youth, Fiction, Middle Reader; <i>Kirkus Reviews</i> Best Children's Books of 2011; <i>Publishers Weekly</i> Best Children's Books 2011, Fiction; <i>SLJ</i> Best Books of 2011, Fiction; Amazon.com Best Books of 2011, Children's Middle Grade; <i> The New York Times</i> Notable Children's Books of 2011, Middle Grade; 2012 CBC Children's Choice Book Awards, Illustrator of the Year; <i>Booklist</i> Top 10 Crime Fiction Books for Youth: 2012; 2012 CCBC Choices; 2011 Cybils Awards, Graphic Novels, Elementary/Middle Grade, Finalist; NCSS Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People 2012, Social Interactions/Relationships


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Ben is lost and alone. Rose is isolated and headstrong. Their stories—one in words, the other in pictures—take place fifty years apart but converge in surprising ways. Author’s note. Selected bibliography. Black-and-white illustrations.
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