One-Eyed Cat by Paula Fox

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'A Newbery Honor Book ALA Best of the Best ALA Notable Book ALA Best Book for Young Adults The Horn Book Fanfare List Booklist Editors’ Choice International Reading Association Teachers’ Choice Notable Children’s Book in the Language Arts Winner of the Bank Street Children’s Book Committee Award Winner of the Christopher Award International Board on Books for Young People Honor Winner of the Jane Addams Children’s Book Award New York Times Outstanding Children’s Book of the Year  “A deep and demanding psychological novel.” —School Library Journal   “This riveting tale is spun with an eloquent simplicity that belies the skill of its telling. Fox brings a penetrating compassion and understanding to finely textured characters, young and old.” —Booklist, starred review   “Tautly structured, perceptive, compelling.” —The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books, starred review   “In a rare, remarkable novel for children, the pure clarity of the prose, its reticence, and its concrete sensual imagery recall the literary style of Willa Cather.” —The Horn Book Magazine   “A beautifully unfolded story with memorable characters, a firm sense of the tides of family life, and an unexpected revelation before the apposite ending.” —Kirkus Reviews  '
'A Newbery Honor Book ALA Best of the Best ALA Notable Book ALA Best Book for Young Adults The Horn Book Fanfare List Booklist Editors’ Choice International Reading Association Teachers’ Choice Notable Children’s Book in the Language Arts Winner of the Bank Street Children’s Book Committee Award Winner of the Christopher Award International Board on Books for Young People Honor Winner of the Jane Addams Children’s Book Award New York Times Outstanding Children’s Book of the Year  “A deep and demanding psychological novel.” —School Library Journal   “This riveting tale is spun with an eloquent simplicity that belies the skill of its telling. Fox brings a penetrating compassion and understanding to finely textured characters, young and old.” —Booklist, starred review   “Tautly structured, perceptive, compelling.” —The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books, starred review   “In a rare, remarkable novel for children, the pure clarity of the prose, its reticence, and its concrete sensual imagery recall the literary style of Willa Cather.” —The Horn Book Magazine   “A beautifully unfolded story with memorable characters, a firm sense of the tides of family life, and an unexpected revelation before the apposite ending.” —Kirkus Reviews  '
Publisher: Open Road Media Teen & Tween ISBN: 9781504037426 Pages: 224