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Peter is thrilled to leave New York City to accompany his parents on an expedition to Greenland to study global warming. There he has visions of things that should be too far away for him to see.

Generations ago, the people of Theas community were hunted for possessing unusual abilities, so they fled beneath the ice. Thea needs help that only Peter can give. Their meeting reveals secrets of both their pasts, and changes the future for them both forever.

©2008 Rebecca Stead (P)2010 Listening Library

Critic Reviews

"Peter and Thea are vividly realized. . . . Gracehope itself is sketched with sure strokes, its icy setting and its matriarchal social structure fresh and believable." (The Horn Book Magazine)
"Stead's debut novel rests on an intriguing premise. . . . It is a testament to the storytelling that the existence of this parallel world and the convergence of Peter and Thea's stories, told in separate chapters, are both credible and absorbing. Young readers will find this a journey worth taking." (Publishers Weekly)

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grate book for 13 year old

What did you like best about this story?

there are tow stories that go together in the end

Which character – as performed by David Ackroyd and Coleen Marlo – was your favorite?

peter

If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

a grate story of earth and it's people