by Michelle. Chalfoun
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A unique first novel tells the story of a young girl, adopted by a traveling circus at age five, who now at age fifteen has created for herself a bizarre family made up of circus hands.
Roustabout : a fiction. by. Chalfoun, Michelle. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Young women, Circus, Bildungsromans. New York : HarperCollins. Uploaded by Sanderia on September 15, 2010. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).
Written by Michelle Chalfoun, who worked. as a circus roustabout for three years, this is a novel you won't soon forget.
Some children dream of joining the circus. Written by Michelle Chalfoun, who worked. I read it with an open mind and open heart, but if the circus life is really like that I would never want to join it!
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A strikingly original first novel about a female circus roustabout and her shadowy existence behind the bright lights of the big top, Roustabout marks a debut of uncommon impact that readers will not soon forget.
Michelle Chalfoun writer/author. Michelle Chalfoun talks about her family history, writing diverse characters in young adult fiction, and her tips for aspiring writers. Michelle Chalfoun writer/author.
Used availability for Michelle Chalfoun's Roustabout. April 1997 : USA Paperback.
Twelve-year-old Maria lives a lonely, latchkey-kid's life in the Bronx. Her Lebanese mother is working two nursing jobs to keep them afloat, and Maria keeps her worries to herself, not wanting to be a burden. Then something happens one day between home and school that changes everything. Mom whisks them to an altogether different world on Martha's Vineyard, where she's found a job on a seaside estate
Author of The width of the sea, Roustabout, Matilda, Peon de Circo, The treasure of Maria Mamoun.
Author of The width of the sea, Roustabout, Matilda, Peon de Circo, The treasure of Maria Mamoun. Matilda, Peon de Circo. The treasure of Maria Mamoun.