Books Like Seedfolks by Paul Fleischman | Suggested Reading

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Since every book, as Fleischman says in the Indiana Media Journal review, is different, and he writes "very different types of books," each title offers a different experience. Some titles—Copier Creations, for instance—are devoted entirely to practical, contemporary information. Other titles overlap in purposes, and the same purposes may be treated in different genres. The fictional Bull Run and the nonfictional Dateline: Troy both take the reader to earlier times.

A fuller experience of the technique of Seedfolks is found in Bull Run and Comingand-Going Men, the Fleischman book that won no awards but is his favorite. For a clearer demonstration of the skill with which Fleischman depicts voices and sounds, see the award-winning Joyful Noise: Poems for Two Voices, I Am Phoenix: Poems for Two Voices, Townsend's Warbler, and the children's story Rondo in C.

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