Jane Yolen (Who Wrote That?) by Carolyn Carpan
By Carolyn Carpan
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Rebecca learns about her grandmother’s past in Poland during World War II. Briar Rose is written as a retelling of the Sleeping Beauty fairy tale. In the story, there is a concentration camp within a castle. Briar Rose was originally DRAGONS, OWLS, AND THE HOLOCAUST Kirsten Dunst, picture here, played the role of Hannah Stern, the main character of Jane Yolen’s book The Devil’s Arithmetic, when the book was made into a Showtime television movie in 1999. marketed to adult readers, but Tor Books published a paperback edition for teen readers in 2002.
Due to her father’s attitude towards her work, Yolen didn’t have an easy relationship with her father. She desperately wanted to please him, but believes she often failed. DRAGONS, OWLS, AND THE HOLOCAUST Yolen was amazed by the reactions to her book. “[I]t was the first book to take a child inside an actual death camp,” she noted. ” 88 Yolen learned that The Devil’s Arithmetic had been the most discussed book at the Newbery Medal meetings that year. The Newbery Medal is awarded to the author of the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children.
Yolen recalled, “My father had begged my brother and me not to tell her, to support the fabrication that she had a nonlethal form of Hodgkin’s disease. ” 63 Yolen saw her mother for the last time when she was seven months pregnant with Jason. Because she was having some difficulties with her pregnancy her doctor wouldn’t let her travel. Therefore, Isabelle came to Bolton to visit her daughter. During their last visit, Yolen shared the manuscript of a picture book she wrote called The Bird of Time with her mother.