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by Zilpha Keatley Snyder

  • Author: Zilpha Keatley Snyder
  • ISBN: 0440417082
  • ISBN13: 978-0440417088
  • ePub: 1299 kb | FB2: 1689 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Publisher: Yearling; Reissue edition (August 9, 2005)
  • Pages: 192
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 861
  • Format: lit rtf azw lrf
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Zilpha Keatley Snyder. She’d finally found Zachary again and talked to him, but she’d come away without learning very much. It wasn’t until she was almost home that she began to ask herself why it mattered so much.

Zilpha Keatley Snyder. It wasn’t until she was almost home that she began to ask herself why it mattered so much ctly had she spent so much time looking for Zachary, and why did she need to know the answers to the questions she had been planning to ask him? After all, the weird little kid had nothing to do with her. It was, she decided, nothing more than simple curiosity.

Zilpha Keatley Snyder was born in Lemoore, California on May 11, 1927. from Whittier College in 1948. While ultimately planning to be a writer, after graduation she decided to teach school temporarily.

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Zilpha Keatley Snyder (May 11, 1927 – October 8, 2014) was an American author of books for children and young adults. Three of Snyder's works were named Newbery Honor books: The Egypt Game, The Headless Cupid and The Witches of Worm. She was most famous for writing adventure stories and fantasies. Snyder was born in Lemoore, California, and spent all but brief periods of her life in Northern California.

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Zilpha Keatley Snyder writes convincingly of younger children and pre-teens. The characters are interesting, which is what keeps the story moving. The end did appear to be hurried; it certainly could have had a longer, more entailed ending. Yet, it did not harm the book sufficiently enough to stop enjoying it.

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SPYHOLE SECRETS, Zilpha Keatley Snyder. BETSY ZANE: THE ROSE OF FORT HENRY, Lynda Durrant. Patricia Reilly Giff, consultant to this series, received her bachelor's degree from Marymount College and a master's degree in history from St. John's University. She holds a Professional Diploma in Reading and a Doctorate of Humane Letters from Hofstra University

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Hallie Meredith is angry at God and feeling sorry for herself. Her beloved father died in a car accident, and her whole life has turned upside down. Her mother has had to find a job, and they’ve moved to a cramped apartment in an old mansion, away from Hallie’s old friends and her school. Looking for somewhere–anywhere–to hide from her lousy life, Hallie discovers the old mansion’s mysterious attic, and a secret window where she can spy straight into another family’s life.At first it’s a game, sneaking up to the attic, forgetting her own troubles for a while as she watches the strange doings of this oddly dysfunctional family. But as the mystery of what is going on on the other side of the window deepens, Hallie becomes increasingly involved in the intimate lives of people she really doesn’t know, and the game turns into a kind of addiction. When she sees signs of danger, Hallie tries to help, and that may be the best way she can help herself as well.From the Hardcover edition.
Qag
I thought this book was a really good book for ages 4-8. It got u thinking and got u intrested in the book. Hallies character was a really good one. I would be as mad as she when her father died in this book. i like how the author got the famliy she was watching in the book too. How she meets Zachary and finds out different things about him. And how the keep meeting at the library i thought that was really cool.
Ironrunner
I love Spyhole Secrets because it is more of a kind of mystery/suspense book. I love how the author describes so well. I love how there is a spyhole in the attic and describes this wavy blue room that Hallie(main character) spies on. The only part I don't like is how the father died and they (Hallie and her mom) live in such a crummy apartment. I would recommend Spyhold Secrets to everyone.
Winenama
I thought this book was not as good as Snyder's other book.I read the Headless Cupid and the Egypt game by her then got this thinking that it would be good by suffered a great disappoinment. I found that the main character in this book,Haley was rude and selfish. This just made me anoid. I mean she was so rude to everyone. She was such a brat. This book was also kind of confusing. I found myself in many parts of the book not quite fully knowing what was going on. I thought I could relate to her because she's about the same age as me and she's in the same grade as me, but boy was I wrong. So don't waist your money on this book I'm warning you.
Fordrelis
Ultimately this book is about going on in life after tragic events. Hallie has recently lost her father to a car accident, and as a consequence, she and her mom had to move into an apartment in another town. This meant that she had to give away her pets, go to a new school and live in a small apartment. The apartment is in a large Victorian house that was renovated into small apartments. Hallie is mad at the world and is no longer speaking to God. Things begin to change for her when she wanders into the "haunted" attic. There she finds a boarded up window which allows her to spy on the people in the apartment building next door. As she becomes fascinated with the on goings of the strange family, she begins to forget about her own pain and concentrate on trying to find out what could be happening there.

I was surprised by this book, because I thought it was going to involve ghosts and such. So, I was a little disappointed because it didn't. Other than that, I thought it was a decent story. I actually like the character of Hallie, I think anyone who lost a father would act somewhat like she did. She was not a mean person, trying to be rude and hateful to others. Rather, that was a result of her despair she felt due to the loss of her father. She was grieving, and the book shows us her progress of healing.

Zilpha Keatley Snyder writes convincingly of younger children and pre-teens. The characters are interesting, which is what keeps the story moving. The end did appear to be hurried; it certainly could have had a longer, more entailed ending. Yet, it did not harm the book sufficiently enough to stop enjoying it. I would recommend this book to Snyder fans, and fans of similar books, both to children and adults.
Dilkree
Any book that Zilpha Keatley Snyder releases is always a good book. My daugther has bought all of them!
Monn
i felt this book was not as good a s others written by synder. i felt that because the amin character in this book was so unappeling. she is so self centerd she is mean to the mom and she dosent realize that her moms suffering to. aslo i felt the book kin dof stopped aburtly at the ende whne it could have more story to go.
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