4 edition of Girl at the well found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PR9499.3.F74 G57 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||93902176|
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The Girl from the Well is A YA Horror novel pitched as "Dexter" meets "The Grudge", based on a well-loved Japanese ghost story. Kindle Store $ Book Depository.
Better World Books. Hardcover, pages. Published August 5th by Sourcebooks Fire. More Details X (ISBN ) Edition :// “The debut novel from Rin Chupeco, The Girl from the Well is a sliver of delicious J-horror in literary form.
While rooted in Japanese horror film and lore, Chupeco’s novel also plays with familiar contemporary YA horror tropes – the girl ghost who is compelled to help the human boy and keep him from harm – but with a delightfully sadistic twist.” ‘The girl from the well’ is told by Okiku, a Japanese girl Girl at the well book died three hundred years ago by being thrown head-first into a well when she was sixteen.
Ever since, she has walked the earth as a ghost terrible to behold. She has made it her task to chase after children’s murderers and kill them.
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Parents need to know that The Girl from the Well is the first book in a series based on the legend of Japanese ghost Okiku. There's some gruesome, bloody, gory, horror-movie-type violence.
There's some gruesome, bloody, gory, horror-movie-type :// The Girl from the Well (The Girl from the Well, #1) and The Suffering (The Girl from the Well, #2) The Girl in the Well Is Me is a triumph.”—Katherine Applegate, Newbery Medal-winning author of The One and Only Ivan “A gripping story that doesn’t shy away from the dark places but explores them with heart, humor, and light.”—Kate Messner, author of All The Answers THE GIRL FROM THE WELL by While the final two-thirds of the book are beautifully paced, balancing introspection and character development with plot, the first third at times feels weighed down by explanation and :// The information about The Girl in the Well Is Me shown above was first featured in "The BookBrowse Review" - BookBrowse's online-magazine that keeps our members abreast of notable and high-profile books publishing in the coming weeks.
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The story of the woman at the well is one of the most well known in the Bible; many Christians can easily tell a summary of it. On its surface, the story chronicles ethnic prejudice and a woman shunned by her community. But take look deeper, and you'll realize it reveals a great deal about Jesus' :// The Girl from the Well Publisher's Summary Okiku wants vengeance and she gets it.
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The Girl in the Well Is Me is a triumph.”—Katherine Applegate, Newbery Medal-winning author of The One and Only Ivan “A gripping story that doesn’t shy away from the dark places but explores them with heart, humor, and light.”—Kate Messner, author of All The Answers Google allows users to search the Web for images, news, products, video, and other Buy the Paperback Book The Girl in the Well Is Me by Karen Rivers atCanada's largest bookstore.
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Just as in the Book of Genesis, the “well” in John 4 seems to be significant. One cannot help but be reminded of Abraham’s servant, who asks Rebekah for a drink of water at a well in Paddan-aram (Genesis f.).
There, the character qualities of Rebekah were revealed at the :// Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My I am where dead children go. Okiku is a lonely soul.
She has wandered the world for centuries, freeing the spirits of the murdered-dead. Once a victim herself, she now takes the lives of killers with the vengeance they’re due. But releasing innocent ghosts from their ethereal teth Glory Edim is raising funds for The Well-Read Black Girl Writers' Conference & Festival on Kickstarter.
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Written by: Rin Chupeco | Narrated by: Andi Arndt “Stephen King–like horror A chilling, bloody ghost story” (Kirkus Reviews): For centuries, Okiku has wandered the world, freeing murdered souls — but a teenage boy covered in demonic tattoos will change :// As part of the American Booksellers Association’s new partnership with Glory Edim to bring Well-Read Black Girl (WRBG) book club meetings to independent bookstores nationwide, booksellers are invited to e-mail [email protected] to sign up to host a book club or to share ideas; be sure to include your name, store name, city, and state.
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WRBG is a nation-wide book club focusing on black women - both readers and writers – that quickly blossomed from small events in Brooklyn to a multi-platform phenomenon with a thriving online community, including a hugely popular Instagram :// The AAMI is partnering with Next Page Books to host a Well-Read Black Girl book club.
The Well-Read Black Girl movement started as an Instagram account created by author Glory Edim and has grown into a thriving online community and Brooklyn-based festival celebrating the literary contributions of black women.
The AAMI book club will meet monthly to discuss selected books by women of :// The Samaritan woman at the well is a figure from the Gospel of John, in John –In Eastern Orthodox and Eastern Catholic traditions, she is venerated as a saint with the name Photine (Φωτεινή also Photini, Photina, meaning "the luminous one" from φῶς, "light").
Soon, she'd created a genuine phenomenon known as the Well-Read Black Girl book club. It also spawned an annual literary festival, which is being held today in Brooklyn.
The festival coincides with the publication of an anthology of essays that were edited by Glory Edim and written by other well-read black girls. NPR's Lynn Neary has the. Read Online or Download The Suffering (The Girl from the Well, #2) by Rin Chupeco Book For Free Hello fellow readers!.
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