Most widely held works about Cara Haycak
Most widely held works by Cara Haycak
Living on impulse by Cara Haycak ( Book )
3 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 502 libraries worldwide
Getting caught shoplifting leads fifteen-year-old Mia to a greater understanding of herself, sympathy for her unmarried mother, and a job in a college laboratory which not only pleases her ailing scientist grandfather, but lets her glimpse a possible future brighter than any she had imagined.
Red palms by Cara Haycak ( Book )
3 editions published between 2004 and 2006 in English and held by 381 libraries worldwide
When fourteen-year-old Benita's wealthy family goes bankrupt as a result of the Depression, they go from their luxurious life in Guayaquil, Ecuador to a primitive island, with the wild scheme of starting a coconut plantation.
Maya & Miguel : un novio para Abuelita by Cara Haycak ( Book )
1 edition published in 2005 in Spanish and held by 155 libraries worldwide
Maya piensa que la abuela Elena se siente sola. Ahora nada podrá detenerlas ni a ella ni a sus amigas hasta que logren concertar una cita entre la abuela y el sr. Felipe, el apuesto cartero!
Authors Bibliography Biography Children's literature College stories Collins, Suzanne Delaney, Michael Donaldson, Julia Dysfunctional families Ecuador Families Farm life Fiction Flanagan, John Friendship Gordon, David Hart, Philip S History Hopkinson, Deborah Illustrators Indians of South America Islands Johnston, Tony,--1942- Juvenile works Kadohata, Cynthia Lutz, John,--1939- Menotti, Gian Carlo,--1911-2007 Mothers and daughters Nelson, Marilyn,--1946- Nicholson, William Pfeffer, Susan Beth,--1948- Polacco, Patricia Research Self-actualization (Psychology) Shoplifting Stolz, Mary,--1920-2006 Twins Universities and colleges Willems, Mo Wood, Douglas,--1951-