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A Stone in My Hand
     

A Stone in My Hand

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by Cathryn Clinton
 

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FOUR STARRED REVIEWS! Now available in trade-paperback is the haunting story of a sensitive, observant girl who finds her voice in 1988 Gaza City.

The year is 1988 in Gaza City, and it has been a month since eleven-year-old Malaak’s father left to seek work in Israel, only to disappear. Every day Malaak climbs to the roof and waits, speaking little to

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A Stone in My Hand 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book takes place in Gaza during the intifada of 1988 and its about this Palestine girl named Malaak who has been tramatized by her father's murder by a terrorist group. She trys to survive in the midst of a war with her mother, sister and brother.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is a way for young readers to learn about the Palestinian-Israeli conflict through a child's eye. It's such a beautiful & deep book. I recommend this.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
It's an amazing Book. I never got to finish it though. I should have. It's a sad story. I most definately recommend this book to any one. Young and old readers. =]
Guest More than 1 year ago
i had to read this book for school in western civ, and i found it very boring and simple. It did have a good plot, and a good idea, but the writing style was too boring. I'm normally an avid reader and love almost all books, but this book disappointed me.