1 edition of A part of the sky found in the catalog.
1997 by New York: Scholastic .
Written in English
Rob struggles to keep his family together upon the death of his father. Through the Depression, through drought, dying livestock and other disasters, his determination and strong Shaker faith enable him to come to terms with the loss of his father and to continue on his journey into manhood.
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by Robert Newton Peck ‧ RELEASE DATE: Sept. 2, The sequel to A Day No Pigs Would Die () once again follows the young Robert Peck on his path to adulthood, but the strengths of the first novel — plain people, simple language, and old-fashioned Shaker values — are virtually parodied in this latest.
A Part Of The Sky () About book: Twenty-two years passed between the publication of A Day No Pigs Would Die and its sequel, A Part of the Sky. The two stories, however, are chronologically separated by only two weeks.
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My review for the first book, Above the Sky: Loved it!. I'm a huge fan of dystopian type stories, so that aspect of this book was super great, and even though dystopian is a popular story to write at this time, I still felt that this book was unique enough that I didn't feel like I have read it before/5.
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