Elizabeth’s Landing ~ The Book

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AWARDS

NAUTILUS SILVER - YOUNG ADULT FICTION 2014 Silver in Young Adult Fiction

 

 

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Gold-Young Adult Fiction

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Category Winner-Children’s/Juvenile Fiction

 

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First in Fiction

ELIZABETH’S LANDING IS WIDELY AVAILABLE

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Featured Award Winner: Mom’s Choice Awards

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PUBLISHER’S WEEKLY“Debut novelist Pye presents a quiet, touching story of fighting for what one believes in…” see full review

WRITER’S DIGEST

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Excerpt of judge’s comments:

Elizabeth’s Landing grabs the reader right from the start. This story has excellent plotting, writing, and story flow. Really enjoyed it! The cover is beautiful and fully represents the interior story. As a debut novel, this is so well done the book seems written by a seasoned author with many books under the belt. Wow! First person is tough to pull off but this author managed to do just that and make the story very entertaining. Emotional connection for the reader is also excellent. With a fourteen-year-old protagonist, the novel reads exceptionally well for the YA market. The reader is drawn into the struggle to protect the sea turtles and rides the roller coaster when the plot twist hits…(spoiler) The ending is oh so satisfying!”

MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW (California Book Watch, Independent Publishers Shelf; Children’s Bookwatch)  “It’s rare to find an environmental story folded into a young adult read about a teen’s angst and coming of age, but by incorporating the two under one cover, Elizabeth’s Landing becomes so much more than the usual story of a moved teen’s struggle to adjust. Bigger-picture thinking lends a social and political aspect to the story that succeeds in examining issues of a teen’s power, awakening to the world around her, and movement from ‘troublesome’ to ‘engaged.’  This award-winning book is recommended for middle school to high school audiences.” D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer 

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