Nine, Ten : A September 11 Story

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Free google doc access to the author herself reading Nine, Ten: A September 11 Story just email me request

Chicago Library best fiction for older readers of 2016

 The New York Times Book Review

 Feature Article in New York Times

 You can still visit this FB page and read some of the most intimate,and moving stories shared by the participants of Nine, Ten’s virtual launch.


   A Facebook Virtual Book Launch 








Watch a video: A school in Columbus, Ohio listening to Nora read Nine, Ten




email to request free access the recordings, divided into chapters.


An amazing review of Nine, Ten by Susie Rolander 


More beautiful words about Nine, Ten from Barb Langridge 


Live streaming video from 9/11 panel @The Westport Library




The Huffington Post! 

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Publisher’s Weekly, STARRED REVIEW, 4/25/16 

” There are no graphic displays of violence; Baskin focuses on how her characters emerge wiser, worldlier, and more sensitive to others’ pain after surviving a profound and tragic piece of history.”



“Readers will have different reactions to the work depending on their ages and how much prior knowledge they bring to it. Adults may be chilled by key names and places and what they portend, but children may gain a small sense of the magnitude of the changes that day wrought on our world.Tense, disturbing, and thought-provoking. (author’s note, acknowledgements)”




Because of YOU (teachers, librarians,educators, friends) Nine, Ten: A September 11 Story went into a second printing before it’s release date, June 26th. I am completely blown away by the responses. (and now a sixth printing as of Fe. 2017) 

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