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The Giver (Giver Quartet, Book 1)

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Total Pages: 99

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Lois Lowry, an American author, is famous for writing several books. She has written plenty of books for young, adults, and children. Her best books are Number the Stars, The Giver Quartet Book 1, and Rabble Starkey. Her popularity is that she loves to write about difficult topics like dystopias and complex themes. 

Lois Lowry holds the record for winning two Newbery Medals for her two novels, Number the Stars and The Giver. Moreover, she has earned a good name for children’s books. Gooney Bird Green, a children’s book by her, got the Island Children’s book award. 

The Giver is the book that got great fame. However, it has been banned in many schools yet a compulsory course in other schools. Her writing career began as a freelance Journalist. First of all, she started her writing career by submitting a story to Redbook magazine. The story was written for children but intended for adults.

She pursued her career by writing complex topics and published her book Autumn Street in 1979. This book consists of the fear of young ones about racism. She published The Giver novel in 1994. This novel won the Newbery Medal winner award. 

The Giver (Giver Quartet, Book 1) novel consists of four-book series. There are The Giver, Gathering Blue, Messenger, and Son. 

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The story consists of Jonas’s haunting character, who is a very charming and funny person for the world. But inside that more amusing has a colorless world and grief. Jonas wanted to explore the secrets behind the fragile community. 

This novel is written mainly for children but got famous among young adults and elders as well. It was primarily for the utopians, but later on, it seems like it was for Dystopias instead of romantic. 

Today’s society pretends to be the same and eliminates pain and strife. Jonas was elected as a receiver of memory that has to store all memories that occurred before society’s sameness. 

More than 10 million copies of the novel The Giver (Giver Quartet, Book 1) were sold, and it won the Newbery Medal in 1994. This book is an essential part of study books in schools in Australia, Canada, and the United States of America. However, it is considered to be a challenging book in the American Library Associations. 

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