11 edition of The Westing game found in the catalog.
The mysterious death of an eccentric millionaire brings together an unlikely assortment of heirs who must uncover the circumstances of his death before they can claim their inheritance.
Newbery Medal, 1979
|Statement||by Ellen Raskin.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.R1817 We 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||185 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||77018866|
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"The Westing Game," a Newbery-award winning children's book by author Ellen Raskin, was first published in and remains popular with children today. The book is a mystery in which the residents of an apartment building are paired up to gather clues to try and track down a large inheritance. As the. In the book, Ellen described the house with an artist’s visual detail, especially the way light flooded the studio from a huge skylight high in the roof. It was there, in her studio, that she wrote and illustrated what was to be her last book, The Westing Game. As always, I didn’t know what it would be about, because Ellen didn’t know.
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The Westing Game is a classic to me - I love the mysterious nature of the game, and the careful development of the rich and expansive cast of characters. It's obvious that Ellen Raskin was a lover of language and a player with words. What a pleasure to experience her cleverness.
The plot is great, but the characters, and their personal /5(K). The Westing Game, Ellen Raskin The Westing Game is a mystery book written by Ellen Raskin in Sunset Towers is a new apartment building on Lake Michigan, north of Milwaukee and just down the shore from the mansion owned by reclusive self-made millionaire Samuel W.
Westing.4/5. THE WESTING GAME by Ellen Raskin * () 1 ♦ Sunset Towers The sun sets in the west (just about everyone knows that), but Sunset Towers faced east.
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A supersharp mystery, more a puzzle than a novel, but endowed with a vivid and extensive cast. In the Christie tradition, Raskin isolates a divers group of strangers—the mysteriously hand-picked tenants of a new apartment building within sight of the old Westing mansion—and presents them with the information that one of them is the : Ellen Raskin.
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This deluxe anniversary edition honors her original design work and displays bonus content showing the behind the scenes work of designing a book Ellen Raskin-style/5(1K).
The Westing Game () About book: I hate this goddamned star system, I really do. If I give four, does that mean it is eternally almost as good as The Golden Notebook, and just that much better than The Autobiography of Alice B.
Toklas. I suppose "eternally" is a trick wording, because come Ragnarök, Crispin Glover and I will be more. The Westing Game, by American children’s author and illustrator Ellen Raskin, is a mystery novel first published in The novel, marketed as children’s literature, won the John Newbery Medal, although it is also considered a work of YA fiction.
THE WESTING GAME, originally published inis a Newberry-winning mystery by accomplished YA novelist Ellen Raskin. The story follows a wild competition for the enormous inheritance of paper-products magnate Sam Westing, who has set up his 16 "heirs" in an apartment complex near the old man's mansion on a hill on Lake Michigan.5/5.
Free download or read online The Westing Game pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Ellen Raskin. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format.
The main characters of this mystery, young adult story are Samuel W. Westing, Turtle Wexler.4/5. George isn't actually a player in the Westing Game.
He's the former boyfriend of Violet Westing, Catherine Theodorakis. Catherine isn't a player in the Westing game. She's the mother of two players, Theo and Chris, Dr. Sikes. Sikes is Westing's friend (and fellow plotter) who's in the car accident with him, and helps Rosalie Baumbach.
Chapter 8 = "The Paired Heirs" The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin This is a "clean" read aloud appropriate for kids. No commentary. In Ellen Raskin's The Westing Game, while it is true that Turtle Wexler figured out all four of Sam Westing's identities, won the game, and later inherited $ million, in reality all characters.
The Westing Game: Home; Characters; Setting; Chapter Summary Shin Hoo's restaurants, and Sam W. Westing's mansion. The setting relates to the story because these are the main places where all the characters went.
Shin Hoo's resturant. This restaurant in the book is a Chinese restaurant until Grace Wexler takes it over and makes it an. In the Westing Game there is not a murder Sandy a.k.a Sam Westing said it was a murder but the will didn't Asked in The Westing Game How did grace benefit from the westing game.
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― Ellen Raskin, quote from The Westing Game “Read it out loud, dear,” Grace ordered, as Angela opened the card tied to the yellow-ribboned box. To the bride-to-be in the kitchen stuck, An asparagus cooker and lots of luck.
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29 read aloud by Sara Lentz. The Westing Game | Ch. The Westing Game (Ellen Raskin) Eleanor Summers. Publisher: Classroom Complete Press. 1 97 0 Summary Unravel the secrets at the center of an intriguing murder mystery game. Activities are meant to excite students throughout the reading.
Using the chapter titles as clues, predict what might happen in each one.The Westing Game is a mystery novel written by American children's writer and illustrator Ellen Raskin. In it, sixteen people are invited to attend the reading of the will of the recently.Ellen Raskin’s novel The Westing Game remains quite popular with today’s students.
As the book’s characters race to inherit Westing’s estate by figuring out his murderer, students are swept up by the engaging mystery.