• 5 stars across 21 books
Avi is the author of more than seventy books for children and young adults, including the 2003 Newbery medal winner Crispin: The Cross of Lead. He has won two Newbery Honors and many other awards for his fiction. He lives with his family in Denver, Colorado. Visit him at Avi-Writer.com.
4th October 2018

Poppy Field

  A beautifully illustrated story celebrating the poppy's history. Michael Morpurgo and Michael For... MorePoppy Field

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1st November 2018

The Button War: A Tale of the Great War

Award-winning author Avi pens a stark, unflinching tale of ordinary boys living during WW1 as tensions - and desperation... MoreThe Button War: A Tale of the Great War

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1st January 2000

No More Magic

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1st March 1994

Bright Shadow

Five wishes can save a suffering kingdom--but at a high price to 12-year-old Morwenna, who is responsible for granting t... MoreBright Shadow

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7th September 2017

School of the Dead

In this spine-tingling story from Newbery Medal winner Avi, a boy must solve the mystery of the ghost haunting him. Full... MoreSchool of the Dead

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9th June 2020

Poppy and Rye

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21st December 2019

Never Mind

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  • The Button War: A Tale of the Great War

    The Button War: A Tale of the Great War

    by Rpk

    I really enjoyed this book. You meat the 7 main characters at the beginning of the book the book is set is set in Poland during the war, the main char...

  • Poppy Field

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    A beautiful tale based on the history of the poppy, following a family through 4 generations and showing how differently they were effected by the war...

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    Poppy Field

    This is an absolutely beautiful book. It tells the fictional account of the poem 'In Flanders Fields'. It is thought provoking and really well written...