The Mozart Season

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  • Edition: Revised
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2007-07-10
  • Publisher: Square Fish
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When Allegra was a little girl, she thought that the music was hidden inside her violin. Now that she is 12, she believes the music is in her fingers, and she has to train them well. Shes the youngest contestant in the Ernest Bloch Young Musicians Competition.Allegra knows she will learn the notes, but what she doesnt realize is shell also learn to feel for others, to connect with history, and to close the gap between herself and Mozart to find the real music inside her heart.

Author Biography

Virginia Euwer Wolff is an accomplished violinist and former elementary school and high school English teacher. Her first book for young readers, Probably Still Nick Swansen, was published in 1988 and won both the International Reading Association Award and the PEN-West Book Award. Since then she has written several more critically acclaimed young adult novels, earning more honors, including the Golden Kite Award for Fiction and the Jane Addams Book Award for Children’s Books that Build Peace.

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“It is a pleasure to have a novel of ideas for young adults that describes the delicate dance between honoring traditions of the past and being your own person in the present.”—Publisher’s Weekly

“A book that will richly reward its readers.”—School Library Journal

“Her season of discovery—of Mozart, her own roots, and the creative balance between life’s traumas and trivia—marks a fine achievement.”—Kirkus Reviews

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