All the while no one let him forget that he was lucky. Because - "There are other children. The unwanted, the forgotten, the lost ones. They gather under the bridge each night to sit, to talk, to sleep. They know, they know, they know that to everyone beyond the bridge they are invisible. . . ." These are the children who live under the bridge. The Brooklyn Bridge.
Newbery medalist Karen Hesse masterfully entwines Joseph's coming-of-age tale (and that of his big, colorful family) with the heartbreaking stories of the children under the bridge. Riveting historical fiction that is by turns accessible and ornate, very real but with a touch of magical realism. Hesse's extraordinary new work is an insightful reminder that a life - fragile and precious - can change in a moment.
©2008 Karen Hesse; (P)2008 Macmillan Audio
The book was extraordinary and I personally like the voices done and how you told the feelings of the characters and what they were like !!!!👍🏼😆
The accents were spot on. I really felt the emotion. I also like the fun facts put here and there.👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👏🏼
I liked the voice where it said joe in that voice it was funny
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