All the Greys on Greene Street

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Product Details

Price
$17.99  $16.55
Publisher
Viking Books for Young Readers
Publish Date
Pages
320
Dimensions
5.4 X 8.3 X 1.3 inches | 0.95 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780451479532

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About the Author

Laura Tucker has coauthored more than twenty books, including two New York Times bestselling memoirs. She grew up in New York City around the same time as Olympia, and now lives in Brooklyn with her daughter and husband; on Sunday mornings, you can find her at the door of Buttermilk Channel, one of their two restaurants. She is a cat person who cheats with dogs. All the Greys on Greene Street is her first novel.

Reviews

"I absolutely loved All the Greys on Greene Street. It's a dazzling debut novel about resilience, courage, home and family."--Rebecca Stead, Newbery Award-winning author of When You Reach Me

"A truly wonderful book about art and mystery, friendships and family. You are bound to fall in love with Ollie and you'll long remember her story."--Patricia Reilly Giff, Newbery Honor author of Lily's Crossing and Pictures of Hollis Woods

"I'm not sure how its quiet power works, but it works; I stand in front of it, and I'm breathless. The last book that made me feel this way was Rebecca Stead's Goodbye Stranger." --Jack Cheng, award-winning author of See You In the Cosmos

"Skillfully grounded in time and place, full of colorful characters and pearls of wisdom, Ollie's story shows how it's possible to save ourselves when the people around us can't." --Wendy Mass, New York Times bestselling author of The Candymakers

"This is a beautiful book--a love letter to art, friendship, and family. I devoured it." --Tae Keller, author of The Science of Breakable Things

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"A brilliant mediation on the artistic life, the way shapes and color infuse perception, howconcentration can lead to illumination, and how creation is gift available to all in myriad forms . . . Tucker's writing is exquisite and as preciseas brush stroke. A remarkable debut." --Booklist, starred review

β˜… "Tucker skillfully balances themes of mental illness, friendship, and creativity under tough circumstances in her memorable debut." --Publishers Weekly, starred review

β˜… "A host of honest, flawed, deeply sympathetic characters that are poignant and funny are at once unique and familiar . . . Lovely, sad, hopeful, and memorable." --Kirkus Reviews, starred review

β˜… "A poignant and well-structured debut novel that's sure to satisfy." --BookPage, starred review

"[A] brilliant debut novel . . . a richly texture delight: an art world mystery, a family drama, a sensitive depiction of depression, a crash course in colors and a portrait of a young artist . . . Tucker has written with such compassion and intelligence about what we see, what we overlook, and what we try to hide." --The New York Times

"The story of Olympia, her art, and her devoted friends that will absorb readers here." --BCCB Reviews
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