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Jumper by Melanie Crowder
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Jun 21, 2022 | ISBN 9780593326961

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Praise for Novels by Melanie Crowder:


“Blair is a fierce and dynamic narrator, and Crowder’s (Mazie) immersive prose, crisp dialogue, and haunting descriptions of devastating fires enlivens this pulse-pounding thriller.” Publisher’s Weekly, starred review

“Never less than riveting.” Kirkus, starred review

“Gripping in its most intense moments—and also deeply relatable…[Blair is] an easy heroine to root for as she tries to protect the land and people she loves.” Booklist

“The action in this story is intense…will appeal to a wide variety of readers.” SLC


“Deserves a standing ovation.” Kirkus Reviews, starred review

“This is a terrific and realistic piece of historical fiction that is perfect for theater lovers and historical fiction fans.” SLC, starred review

“The peppy first-person narrative keeps the story zipping along, and adroitly placed period details make the setting come alive in this bighearted, exuberant novel.” Publishers Weekly, starred review

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“Crowder delivers a disturbing portrait of innocent families trapped in corrupt systems, as well as a testament to the strength of enduring cultural traditions and the possibility of finding family in the unlikeliest places.” Publishers Weekly, starred review

“Readers will feel utterly invested in Francisco’s various challenges….A riveting, Dickensian tale set in 1990s Bolivia.” Kirkus, starred review

“Themes of poverty, social injustice based on ethnicity, violence toward women, coming-of-age, romantic love, and a sliver of precarious hope are woven into the plot. This poetic, historical novel is an important addition to libraries given its focus on the consequences of U.S. involvement in Bolivian politics.” School Library Journal, starred review


“Crowder breathes life into a world long past….Compelling, powerful and unforgettable.” Kirkus Reviews, starred review

“This book stands alone….an impactful addition to any historical fiction collection.” School Library Journal, starred review

“With a thorough historical note, glossary of terms, and bibliography, this will make an excellent complement to units on women’s rights and the labor movement, but it will also satisfy readers in search of a well-told tale of a fierce heroine.” BCCB, starred review

“This is an excellent title that can open discussions in U.S. history and economics courses about women’s rights, labor unions, and the immigrant experience.” School Library Connection, starred review

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