Where have all the flowers gone? : the diary of Molly Mackenzie Flaherty

by White, Ellen Emerson.

Format: Print Book 2002
Availability: Available at 10 Libraries 10 of 12 copies
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Carnegie Library of McKeesport - White Oak Children Fiction J WHI
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Community Library of Allegheny Valley - Harrison Children Fiction DEAR AMERICA J White
Location  Community Library of Allegheny Valley - Harrison
Collection  Children Fiction
Call Number  DEAR AMERICA J White
Cooper-Siegel Community Library Childrens' Room j FIC WHI
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F.O.R. Sto-Rox Library Juvenile Fiction JUV F White
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Jefferson Hills Public Library Juv Fiction J FIC DEAR AMER WHI
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Mt. Lebanon Public Library Children's Fiction j DEAR AMERICA
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Penn Hills Library Juvenile j WHI
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The sister of a Marine fighting in a war she does not believe in, our zealous heroine must reconcile her life as anti-war demonstrator with that of her brother.

An agonzing dilemma plagues these brother-sister diarists.
He is a Marine stationed in Vietnam. She is at home in America, far away from her brother's war zone, fighting for peace. As the marine writes in his journal about his experiences as a soldier, fighting an enemy he can't see, his sister seeks peace. In these gripping installments of DEAR AMERICA and MY NAME IS AMERICA, Ellen Emerson White captures the unique time period when america was at war both in a far-off place, and at home where adults and children alike marched in the streets for peace and freedom. Poignant and complex, these two characters will give readers a glimpse into perhaps the most tumultuous time in modern American history.
Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "Gr. 7^-10. White does a good job of fusing the personal with the political in this Dear America series companion to The Journal of Patrick Seamus Flaherty [BKL Jl 02]. Patrick's teenage sister, Molly, at home in Boston in 1968, is the focus. She's not sure she supports the war. Does her ambivalence mean she's betraying her beloved brother? The story unfolds through Molly's diary entries, which depict how the war affects daily life and her Irish Catholic family. In the background are the tumultuous events of the times--the political assassinations, the civil rights and women's movements--which Molly does engage with. The main story, however, is about Molly's war at home, and the most moving entries are about her volunteer work at a hospital, where she encounters firsthand what could happen to her brother. A long historical essay at the back, with several pages of photos, fills in more of the history. As with Patrick's journal, notes emphasize that the story is fiction. Why, then, does an epilogue tie everything up as if the events were true? Hazel Rochman"
From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.
Additional Information
Series Dear America.
Each book is written in the form of a diary of a young woman's life during an important event or time period in American history
#1 - A Journey to the New World
#2 - The Winter of red snow
#3 - When will this cruel war be over?
#4 - A Picture of freedom
#5 - Across the wide and lonesome prairie
#6 - So far from home
#7 - I Thought my soul would rise and fly
#8 - West to a land of plenty
#9 - Dreams in the golden country
#10 - Standing in the light
#11 - Voyage on the great Titanic
#12 - A Line in the sand
#13 - My Heart is on the ground
#14 - The Great railroad race
#15 - A Light in the storm
#16 - The Girl who chased away sorrow
#17 - A Coal miner's bride
#18 - Color me dark
#19 - One eye laughing, the other weeping
#20 - My Secret war
#21 - Valley of the moon
#22 - Seeds of hope
#23 - Christmas after all
#24 - Early Sunday morning
#25 - My face to the wind
#26 - Where have all the flowers gone?
#27 - A Time for courage
#28 - Mirror, mirror on the wall
#29 - Survival in the storm
#30 - When Christmas comes again
#31 - Land of the buffalo bones
#32 - Love thy neighbor
#33 - All the stars in the sky
#34 - Look to the hills
#35 - I walk in dread
#36 - Hear my sorrow
#37 - The Fences between us
#38 - Like the willow tree
#39 - Cannons at dawn
#40 - With the might of angels
#41 - Behind the masks
#42 - Down the rabbit hole
Subjects Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- United States -- Juvenile fiction.
Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- United States -- Fiction.
Nineteen sixties -- Fiction.
Brothers and sisters -- Fiction.
Diaries -- Fiction.
United States -- History -- 1961-1969 -- Juvenile fiction.
United States -- History -- 1961-1969 -- Fiction.
Boston (Mass.) -- Fiction.
Publisher New York, NY :Scholastic,2002
Language English
Description 188 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.
ISBN 0439148898
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