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All We Have Left

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Interweaving stories from past and present, All We Have Left brings one of the most important days in our recent history—September 11th—to life, showing that love and hope will always triumph.

Now:
Sixteen-year-old Jesse is used to living with the echoes of the past. Her older brother died in the September 11th attacks, and her dad since has filled their home with anger and grief. When Jesse gets caught up with the wrong crowd, one momentary hate-fueled decision turns her life upside down. The only way to make amends is to face the past, starting Jesse on a journey that will reveal the truth about how her brother died.

Then:
In 2001, sixteen-year-old Alia is proud to be Muslim . . . it's being a teenager that she finds difficult. After being grounded for a stupid mistake, Alia decides to confront her father at his Manhattan office, putting her in danger she never could have imagined. When the planes collide into the Twin Towers, Alia is trapped inside one of the buildings. In the final hours, she meets a boy who will change everything for her as the flames rage around them . . .

A Kirkus Reviews Best Books of 2016 selection

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Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

Kindle Book

  • Release date: August 9, 2016

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9781619633445
  • File size: 679 KB
  • Release date: August 9, 2016

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9781619633445
  • File size: 828 KB
  • Release date: August 9, 2016

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Kindle Book
OverDrive Read
EPUB ebook

Languages

English

Levels

ATOS Level:5.6
Lexile® Measure:880
Interest Level:9-12(UG)
Text Difficulty:4-5

Interweaving stories from past and present, All We Have Left brings one of the most important days in our recent history—September 11th—to life, showing that love and hope will always triumph.

Now:
Sixteen-year-old Jesse is used to living with the echoes of the past. Her older brother died in the September 11th attacks, and her dad since has filled their home with anger and grief. When Jesse gets caught up with the wrong crowd, one momentary hate-fueled decision turns her life upside down. The only way to make amends is to face the past, starting Jesse on a journey that will reveal the truth about how her brother died.

Then:
In 2001, sixteen-year-old Alia is proud to be Muslim . . . it's being a teenager that she finds difficult. After being grounded for a stupid mistake, Alia decides to confront her father at his Manhattan office, putting her in danger she never could have imagined. When the planes collide into the Twin Towers, Alia is trapped inside one of the buildings. In the final hours, she meets a boy who will change everything for her as the flames rage around them . . .

A Kirkus Reviews Best Books of 2016 selection

Expand title description text