The green glass sea

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Scholastic, Inc., 2006 - Fathers and daughters - 321 pages
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It is 1943, and 11-year-old Dewey Kerrigan is traveling west on a train to live with her scientist father--but no one will tell her exactly where he is. When she reaches Los Alamos, New Mexico, she learns why: he's working on a top secret government program.

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Review: The Green Glass Sea (Green Glass #1)

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This was a truly lovely book. I don't think I've ever read anything about the Manhattan Project before, and the history involved was really fascinating; besides that, the characters are well-written ... Read full review

Review: The Green Glass Sea (Green Glass #1)

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I finished The Green Glass Sea and it was a wonderful book. It was really interesting because you got to learn about the secret society hidden up there for the army. You see what the children do up there and how they deal with being kept in a small town barely ever aloud to leave the fences. Read full review

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