|Pages||148 pp. (first edition)|
Why is The Great Gilly Hopkins banned?
Take Katherine Paterson’s National Book Award winner, The Great Gilly Hopkins, which was banned in school libraries in Albemarle County, Virginia, because it contains curse words and “takes God’s name in vain.” The book is about a tough-talking, angry foster child who is redeemed by love.
Who published The Great Gilly Hopkins?
|Publisher||Thomas Y. Crowell Co.|
|Publication date||March 28, 1978|
What reading level is The Great Gilly Hopkins?
Guided Reading Set: Level S – The Great Gilly Hopkins.
What is the theme of The Great Gilly Hopkins?
Family. Family is a major, overarching, and dominant theme in the novel, “The Great Gilly Hopkins” by Katherine Paterson.
What is a summary from The Great Gilly Hopkins?
Parents need to know that Newbery Honor book The Great Gilly Hopkins, by Katherine Paterson (Bridge to Terabithia), is the story of a girl who’s been in foster care all her life and is fixated on the notion that everything would be better if her mother, who abandoned her, would come back to her.
How does Gilly get the rest of the money for her bus ticket?
She got half of it by stealing it from Mr. Randolph and Trotter and she got the rest by working(she would clean the dust in people’s houses). Because she was running away and she had stolen the money the cops came after her but Trotter protected her.
Where does Courtney Live Great Gilly Hopkins?
She hopes that one day she will be reunited with her true mother, Courtney Rutherford Hopkins, a stunningly beautiful woman and member of the flower child movement. Gilly comes to live at the Trotter household in Thompson Park, Maryland, overseen by Mrs.
Is The Great Gilly Hopkins on Netflix?
Rent The Great Gilly Hopkins (2016) on DVD and Blu-ray – DVD Netflix.
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