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When Sirens Scream, Rubinstein, Robert E.
Author Name:    Rubinstein, Robert E.

Title:   When Sirens Scream

Binding:   Hardcover

Book Condition:   Very Good in Very Good dust jacket

Edition:   First Edition

Publisher:   New York Dodd, Mead & Co. 1981

ISBN Number:   0396079377 / 9780396079378

Illustrator:   Illustrated by Eaglin, Tom [cover]

Seller ID:   004758

Spine slightly slanted, corners slightly bumped, ex-library with usual stamps. Text is bright and clean. DJ in protective wraps tapeds to boards, minor wer at bottom. A bright, attractive copy.

"'You're a traitor to this town, Turner! If that nuclear plant closes, we'll all be out of jobs.' Ned listened to the angry voices shouting at his dad. Why couldn't they understand? His dad, a State Representative, was still for nuclear energy, but he wanted to make sure there wouldn't be another near nuclear disaster. How could the people here in Wilkenton forget so soon, so easily? The siren tests had been only a minor annoyance - like a fire drill - until that night when the sirens screamed at 2:oo a.m. Ned knew when he heard them that it was the real thing - an accident at the plant!"
Age Level: Grades 7-9; Ex-Library; 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall

Young Adult Fiction Ned Turner (fictitious Character) Wilkenton (imaginary Place) Nuclear Plant Nuclear Accident Nuclear Disaster Nuclear Energy



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