Canary Red

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  • Title: Canary Red
  • Author: Robert McKay
  • ISBN: 9780590044356
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Oh, I'd forgotten how good this book is! Exhausted and feeling sorry for myself, I needed to ditch the interesting, but concentration-needing, book I was reading to find something easy, fun, engaging, but nothing that I'd have to spend a lot of thought on. Enter one of my favorite books from my childhood, "Canary Red". My copy was a Scholatic edition that was purchased at our middle school book fair in the early, early 70's and it's held together with scotch tape. It's as good today as it was wh [...]

    2. This is a book from my childhood. It tells the story of Ming, who suddenly finds out that her “dead” father will actually be getting out of prison shortly. I’m not sure what “young adult” books are like now, but this was written in the 1960s, and it includes a bank robbery, fistfights, barn fires… and the breeding of canaries. It is because of this wonderful book that I know what an underflue is.

    3. Wonderful book about a young girl growing up without a father and then meeting her father and growing to love and respect him. I've read this book several times. One of my favorites to reread often. Ming meets her father the first time when she is 15, after he gets out of prison and comes home to raise canaries(which he had been working with in prison for 10 years).

    4. This book in my opinion was very touching and heart-warming. This can be a good book to read for teenagers or adults. The main character, Ming, is excited to hear that her father is in fact not dead like she thought he was. He is making his return after 15 of being in jail. When he comes back from prison, he begins to breed canaries. This helps him to gain the acceptance back from the community. This story perfectly displays the emotions Ming's feeling throughout the whole story. You should in f [...]

    5. This was a childhood favorite, with its companion book Dave's Song, both by Robert McKay. In chronological order, this one comes first. The story involves a man returning home after a fifteen year prison sentence. His fifteen year old daughter, Ming, thought he had been killed in the war. Upon his return home, he breeds canaries, and through his work with them gains acceptance in local society and in the heart of his daughter. It is a thoughtful and heartwarming story for teenagers.

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