Picoult, Jodi


Jodi Picoult is the author of twenty-two novels, including the #1 New York Times bestsellers The Storyteller, Lone Wolf, Between the Lines, Sing You Home, House Rules, Handle with Care, Change of Heart, Nineteen Minutes, and My Sister’s Keeper. She lives in New Hampshire with her husband and three children.

6 Books


Leaving Home brings together three previously published short pieces, each dealing with a variation on the theme of leaving home. The first, “Weights and Measures,” deals with the tragic loss of a child; the second is a non-fiction letter Picoult wrote to her eldest son as he left for college; and “Ritz” tells the story of a mother who takes the vacation all mothers need sometime. “It is impossible not to be held spellbound by the way she forces us to think, hard, about right and wrong.” - The Washington Post


Retail THE #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR PRESENTS A MOVING STORY ABOUT THE SUMMER THAT CHANGED A BOY’S LIFE FOREVER. Jodi Picoult is one of the most beloved authors of our time. Her many novels, consistently topping both national and international bestseller lists ("Sing You Home," "My Sister’s Keeper," "Nineteen Minutes"), are celebrated for addressing controversial issues with courage, grace, and empathy. In her new Byliner Original, "The Color War," she showcases her versatility and storytelling gifts once again with a moving and revealing portrait of a boy coming of age in an America where the lines between black and white, rich and poor, and insider and outsider too often divide minds and hearts and separate a child from his own sense of promise. All Raymond wants to do is hang out with his best friend, Monroe, but life has other plans. This summer, his mother has decided to send him to Bible camp for inner-city kids. On the bus there, he dreams of the best night of his life, when he and Monroe slipped away from home and jumped the turnstiles to ride the subway to downtown Boston on New Year’s Eve. The elaborate ice sculptures on display thrilled them, especially an angel with outstretched wings that glowed ghostly in the night. Raymond wakes on the bus to what he takes for another angel: Melody, a camp counselor and lifeguard. Like all the staff, she’s white. Pretty, blond, and friendly, she’s the person Raymond most wants to impress during the Color War, the camp’s sports competition, and to whom he confesses his most painful secret, a loss that has made him grow up far too fast and left him wise beyond his mere nine years. Will Raymond manage to connect to Melody—or anyone—when he’s so far from what he’s known and loved? Or will he discover that sometimes the road to hell is paved with good intentions? A searing look at race and what it means to survive our own color wars. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Jodi Picoult is the bestselling author of twenty-one novels, including "The Storyteller," "The Pact: A Love Story," "Lone Wolf," "Nineteen Minutes," "Keeping Faith," and "My Sister’s Keeper." Among her other works is the young adult novel "Between the Lines," co-written with her daughter Samantha van Leer, and five issues of the "Wonder Woman" comic-book series. A graduate of Princeton and Harvard, Picoult is the recipient of the New England Bookseller Award for Fiction, among others. Her volunteer work includes serving on the Writers Council of the National Writing Project, and she is active in promoting youth theater and athletics. She lives with her family in Hanover, New Hampshire. PRAISE FOR JODI PICOULT “Picoult has become a master—almost a clairvoyant—at targeting hot issues and writing highly readable page-turners about them.” —The Washington Post “Picoult writes with a fine touch, a sharp eye for detail, and a firm grasp of the delicacy and complexity of human relationships.” —The Boston Globe “Jodi Picoult is not one to shy away from fictional controversy; in fact, the more tangled and messy a moral dilemma appears, the better she likes it.” —The Daily Mail “Picoult ably explores a complex subject with bravado and clarity.” —Publishers Weekly “Picoult’s characters are so compelling that the reader hopes this won’t be the last time we meet.” —USA Today


Peter Houghton, protagonista de la novela de Jodie Picoult, Diecinueve minutos, es un estudiante de 17 años en Sterling, New Hampshire, que lleva tiempo sufriendo los abusos verbales y físicos de sus compañeros de clase. Su única amiga, Josie Cormier, ha sucumbido a la presión del grupo y ahora pertenece a la élite popular que habitualmente lo acosa. Un último incidente lleva a Peter al límite y lo empuja a cometer un acto de violencia que cambiará para siempre la vida de los habitantes de Sterling. Incluso aquellos que no se encontraban en la escuela aquella mañana vieron sus vidas supendidas, incluyendo a Alex Cormier.


Trixie tiene catorce an?os. Es una estudiante sobresaliente, guapa y popular, y esta? enamorada por primera vez. Su novio es nada menos que Jason, la estrella del instituto. Adema?s, es la nin?a de los ojos de su padre, Daniel Stone, a quien siempre ha considerado un he?roe. Y asi? es hasta que un acto de violencia pone su mundo patas arriba. Durante quince an?os, Daniel Stone ha sido un hombre tranquilo y cordial. Un marido que ha dejado a un lado su propia carrera como dibujante de co?mics para apoyar la de su mujer. Daniel canalizo? su rabia en las pa?ginas que dibujaba y enterro? su pasado por completo... Hasta que descubre que Jason, el chico que habi?a hecho resplandecer de alegri?a a su hija, ha acabado con la infancia de su pequen?a para siempre. El de?cimo ci?rculo es una novela que explora el delicado momento en que un nin?o se da cuenta de que sus padres no tienen todas las respuestas y que ser un buen padre significa dejar que tu hijo siga su camino.


«¿Pueden un padre y una madre querer demasiado?» «¿Dón de está el límite en una situación límite?» «¿Qué partido hay que tomar cuando no se puede tomar partido?» Anna Fitzgerald no está enferma, aunque pudiera parecerlo. Con trece años ha pasado por incontables operaciones, pruebas y transfusiones para que su hermana mayor, Kate, sobreviva a la leucemia que le diagnosticaron a los dos años. A Anna la seleccionaron genéticamente para ser la perfecta donante para Kate y ésta ha sido su vida desde que nació. Como la mayoría de los adolescentes, Anna está comenzando a plantearse quién es realmente. Pero a diferencia de los demás, a ella siempre la han definido en función de Kate. Y aunue la benjamina de los Fitzgerald nunca se ha enfrentado al papel que le ha tocado representar en la vida, ahora ha tomado una decisión que, para la mayoría, no sería ni siquiera planteable, una decisión que desgarrará a su familia y, que puede tener consecuencias fatales para su hermana, una hermana a la que quiere. «La decisión más difícil» es la historia de una familia que lucha por la supervivencia sin importar el precio que haya que pagar por ello. Se trata de una provocadora novela que pone el dedo en la llaga de cuestiones éticas fundamentales ante las que nadie podrá permanecer indiferente.


With richly layered characters and a gripping moral dilemma that will lead readers to question everything they know about privilege, power, and race, Small Great Things is the stunning new page-turner from #1 New York Times bestselling author Jodi Picoult. "[Picoult] offers a thought-provoking examination of racism in America today, both overt and subtle. Her many readers will find much to discuss in the pages of this topical, moving book."—Booklist (starred review) Ruth Jefferson is a labor and delivery nurse at a Connecticut hospital with more than twenty years' experience. During her shift, Ruth begins a routine checkup on a newborn, only to be told a few minutes later that she's been reassigned to another patient. The parents are white supremacists and don't want Ruth, who is African American, to touch their child. The hospital complies with their request, but the next day, the baby goes into cardiac distress...

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