Dandelion Wine - Anne Marie Lozaw Dandelion Wine Dandelion Wine is a modern classic by novelist Ray Bradbury As a quick summarization this book ranges

Dandelion Wine - Anne Marie Lozaw Dandelion Wine Dandelion...

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Anne Marie Lozaw Dandelion Wine Dandelion Wine is a modern classic by novelist Ray Bradbury. As a quick summarization, this book ranges from topics detailing the summer of a twelve year old boy, Douglas Spaulding, and the journeys he embarks in that time period. Throughout the novel, topics touch on things from new white tennis-shoes, Tarot card readers, the essence of time, murders tied together since the victim’s tongues are always hung out of their mouths, and of course dandelions. While constructing the novel, Dandelion Wine, Ray Bradbury created a whole new world in his literature. He combined personal experiences, the realization of one’s presence of being alive, the uncertainty of death, and the inevitableness of it as well. These helped build a very successful novel that required this vast knowledge of subjects and skill to create. Audience: This book appeals to people of practically any age. It is a read for a younger audience because the story centers on a summer in the shoes of a twelve year old. With this child as the prominent figure, it would be simple for kids to follow alongside his adventures. Plus, along with Doug, the vocabulary use and simple plot is an easy thing to comprehend for anyone over the age of twelve. Along with being a book for younger kids, this novel also appeals to people of older age as well, ranging from teenagers to grandparents. This book does not necessarily target a certain age group but branches out to inspire and allow all to read of these great expeditions. Plus,

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