Showing 1–8 of 8 books

  • Author: Cynthia Voigt
  • Building Blocks

    In a trip back in time, Brann meets his father as a ten-year-old and learns for the first time to love and understand him. Voigt's intense character studies introduce young adults to genuine people often isolated from society.
  • Dicey's Song

    Now that the four abandoned Tillerman children are settled in with their grandmother, Dicey finds that their new beginnings require love, trust, humor, and courage. Voigt's intense character studies introduce young adults to genuine people often isolated from society.
  • Homecoming

    Abandoned by their mother, four children begin a search for a home and an identity. Voigt's intense character studies introduce young adults to genuine people often isolated from society.
  • Izzy, Willy-Nilly

    A car accident causes fifteen-year-old Izzy to lose one leg and face the need to start building a new life as an amputee. Voigt's intense character studies introduce young adults to genuine people often isolated from society.
  • Jackaroo

    When hard times among the People revive the old stories of the hero Jackaroo, an innkeeper's daughter follows her own quest to unlock the secret reality behind the legend. Voigt's intense character studies introduce young adults to genuine people often isolated from society.
  • The Runner

    As a dedicated runner, a teenage boy has always managed to distance himself from other people until the experience of coaching one of his teammates on the track team gradually helps him see the value of giving and receiving. Voigt's intense character studies introduce young adults to genuine people often isolated from society.
  • A Solitary Blue

    Jeff's mother, who deserted the family years before, reenters his life and widens the gap between Jeff and his father, a gap that only truth, love, and friendship can heal. Voigt's intense character studies introduce young adults to genuine people often isolated from society.
  • Young Fredle

    Carter captures all the curiosity, fear and delight of young Fredle, as listeners follow the mouse's adventures both inside and outside the house.  Voigt's gentle and heartwarming story features cats, dogs, raccoons and owls, all brought to fine characterization through Carter's spectacular performance.