4 edition of Stalin"s nose found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||DJK19 .M33 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||211 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||211|
|LC Control Number||93142087|
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Breaking Stalin's Nose is one of Horn Book's Best Fiction Books of About the Author. Eugene Yelchin is the author and illustrator of The Haunting of Falcon House, Arcady's Goal, and the Newbery Honor Book Breaking Stalin's Nose. He has also illustrated several books for children. Start studying Breaking Stalin's Nose Chapters Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
YHBA Intermediate Book Committee Final Activity Sheet, Last Revised Breaking Stalin’s Nose AUTHOR: Eugene Yelchin PUBLISHER: Henry Holt and Company, LLC COPYRIGHT DATE: GENRE: Historical Fiction LEXILE: L SUMMARY: Sasha idolizes Comrade Stalin, and his dream is to become a Young Soviet Size: KB. THE AUTHOR: Author Eugene Yelchin writes with the authority, experience, and emotion of one who lived in Stalin's Russia. His Author's Notes clarify more detailed history. Breaking Stalin's Nose will transport your students into history and stimulate their patriotism, making them thankful to be strong, talented, and secure Americans!4/5(2).
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See which new books our editors' chose as this month's favorites for kids of all ages. Learn more. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Cited by: 3. "Breaking Stalin's Nose" by Eugene Velchin is the story of Sasha Zaichik, a ten-year-old Russian boy who lives in a commune with his father and forty other Russian citizens.
Sasha is enthralled with Communism and he idolizes Comrade Stalin who is the Leader and Teacher. Breaking Stalin's Nose is a story about Sasha Zaichik, a school-aged boy, who lived in Russia during Stalin's rule. Sasha's dream is to become a Soviet Pioneer and become a true communist. His dad works in the state security and on the eve of Sasha's induction into the Soviet Pioneers his dad is arrested and taken away/5.
Breaking Stalin's Nose is an excellent opportunity to review the elements of a story with students. Have students understand and identify the elements below as they read.
The use of a large graphic organizer in class can help students recognize and understand the elements as the story is read.4/4(30). Breaking Stalin's Nose Characters.
Sasha Zaichik. We're not going to lie to you. As a narrator, Sasha's as naive as they come. At first, he buys Sasha's Dad. Sasha's dad is a big hero, and works as a State Security agent at Lubyanka prison (). This Vovka Sobakin.
Nose, Reviewed Check out this detailed review from The Wall Street Journal. Yep, capitalism's favorite newspaper has taken on a book about communism. Interview with Eugene Yelchin This interview with Eugene Yelchin from American Jewish University pre-dates Breaking Stalin's Nose, but he gives us a teaser at the end.
Interview BREAKING STALIN'S NOSE will appeal to readers who are sophisticated enough to see behind the words of an unreliable narrator.
Although Sasha is 10, most year-olds won't have enough background information on this period of history to see the depth of Sasha's naiveté or to understand just how misplaced his optimism is.4/5.
Celebrated artist and author Eugene Yelchin drew on his own experience growing up in Soviet Russia to pen this Newbery Honor Book. Breaking Stalin’s Nose follows year-old Sasha Zaichik, who wants nothing more than to be a Young Pioneer in Stalin’s Communist Party.
But when his father, a member of the State Security police, is arrested. BREAKING STALIN'S NOSE by Eugene Yelchin, Eugene YelchinKirkus Book Reviews. Read the Kirkus Review of BREAKING STALIN'S NOSE. "There's no place for the likes of you in our class," Sasha Zaichik's teacher tells him, and that seems to be the motto of the whole Stalinist nation.
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Breaking Stalin's Nose has 21 reviews and 11 ratings. Reviewer writer wrote: in this book a boy has his father taken away from him and sent to jail heeds up defacing one of Stalins sculptures and runs away from school and finds a nice lady to live with/5(11).
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Breaking Stalin's Nose is a children's historical novel written and illustrated by Russian-American author Eugene Yelchin, published in The story is set in Stalin-era Moscow, and follows the story of ten-year-old Sasha Zaichik, a loyal communist and soon-to-be Youth Pioneer who begins the novel by writing a letter to Stalin himself in praise of his work.
‘Stalin’s Nose’ became a UK Top Ten best-seller and won the Yorkshire Post Best First Work award. It was chosen as a Book of the Year by the ‘Sunday Times’, the ‘Guardian’ and the ‘Independent on Sunday’ and short listed for the Thomas Cook/’Daily Telegraph Travel Book Prize.
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Chapters Review Quiz and writing prompts (PDF File) Vocabulary Spelling and vocabulary review (options for multiple keys and pages per key). Breaking Stalin's Nose (Book): Yelchin, Eugene: In the Stalinist era of the Soviet Union, ten-year-old Sasha idolizes his father, a devoted Communist, but when police take his father away and leave Sasha homeless, he is forced to examine his own perceptions, values, and beliefs.Breaking Stalin's Nose () About book: Yelchin, E.
(). Breaking Stalin's nose. New York, NY: Henry Holt. NewberryThis book gives American children a unique perspective of how other children lived in Stalin-ruled Soviet Russia. Sasha Zaichik is excited to be a Young Pioneer which is the first step in becoming a great Communist.Breaking Stalin's Nose by Eugene Yelchin is a historical fiction novel.
The main character is a boy named Sasha Zaichik, and adores Stalin, his 'Great Leader and Teacher'. His father works for the State Security. After his father's arrest and imprisonment, he realizes that all that he once thought perfect is actually more doubtful then it seemed/5().