Firestorm!

Firestorm Two worlds collide when Poppy a street orphan who makes a living by stealing and Justin the son of a jeweler who wants to prove his worth meet and become friends Poppy plans to change her thieving

  • Title: Firestorm!
  • Author: Joan Hiatt Harlow
  • ISBN: 9781416984856
  • Page: 423
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Two worlds collide when Poppy, a street orphan who makes a living by stealing, and Justin, the son of a jeweler who wants to prove his worth, meet and become friends Poppy plans to change her thieving ways, but when Justin loses money at his father s jewelry store and Poppy is accused of stealing it, she flees back onto the streets Justin insists on searching for her jusTwo worlds collide when Poppy, a street orphan who makes a living by stealing, and Justin, the son of a jeweler who wants to prove his worth, meet and become friends Poppy plans to change her thieving ways, but when Justin loses money at his father s jewelry store and Poppy is accused of stealing it, she flees back onto the streets Justin insists on searching for her just as the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 breaks out.Alternately narrated by Poppy and Justin, this is a gripping story of right and wrong, trust and forgiveness, and finding hope in the ashes of destruction.

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    239 thoughts on “Firestorm!”

    1. I read this book ages ago and it's taken me soooo long to remember what it was called. From what I remember I loved it so I can't wait to reread it!


    2. I really liked this book. It was about the great Chicago Fire of October 1871. The ending was great. I did not relate to any characters in the story but, I did feel really bad for Poppy because she had to live in this really crummy place with thieves and mean people. I did not not understand any thing in the story.





    3. THIS BOOK WAS AMAZZZZZZING I LUVED IT ANYONE WHO SEES THIS BOOK SHOULD READ IT CAUSE IT WWAS SUPER GOOD!!!!!!!!!!


    4. The ground in Chicago was always damp, so the city officials had decided to raise the level of the streets. Old buildings and foundations, which couldn't be lifted, were empty. It wasn't long before a man named Roger Plant and his wife claimed ownership of the deserted foundations along Wells Street and rented out the vacant cellar rooms to all sorts of criminals and tramps.When 12-year-old Poppy wakes up coughing in the early hours of September 30th, 1871, all she sees before her is a grim futu [...]


    5. The story "FIRESTORM!" was a great and wonderful book.It was much different than any other book I have read.It really knew how to capture your attention.Even while I was away from the book;It still crossed my mind while I was doing chores around my house.Overall it was a really suspenseful adventure to go through with the characters and their personalities.In the beginning of the story the characters seemed to be kind of dull but as you get to know their personalities and their problems you star [...]


    6. During the fall of 1871, dry, hot conditions cause daily fires throughout Chicago. Against this backdrop, an unlikely friendship begins. Poppy, an orphan and a pick-pocket, smashes into Justin, the jeweler's son, as she runs from one of her victims. Not realizing that Poppy is a thief, Justin shows her his geode collection, the store, and the safe. Poppy makes an imprint of the store's door key. This imprint becomes a moral dilemma for Poppy after her guardian, Ma Brennan, demands that Poppy get [...]


    7. The book Firestorm! by Joan Hiatt Harlow talks about a girl name Poppy picking pockets for a living and a kid named Justin. Over all i thought the book was really good and interesting. I thought the characters in the novel were going to fall in love with each other . My favorite character was justin because he was nice and caring because he offered poppy stuff and gave her stuff for free. My least favorite part of the book was when the kids were bullying them. My favorite pat was when Poppy stud [...]


    8. I expected a book about the Great Chicago Fire to have more well, fire in it. This historical fiction focuses more on unbelievably Christian class relations. Poppy is a street urchin, pickpocket (think Oliver Twist) and Justin is the son of a jewel merchant, who is feeling put upon by his father and older brother. Justin and Poppy meet accidentally and immediately become friends. At the start of the book Justin's biggest concern is getting a pet goat while Poppy's concerns are avoiding beatings, [...]


    9. AwesomeTwo worlds collide when Poppy, a street orphan who makes a living by stealing, and Justin, the son of a jeweler who wants to prove his worth, meet and become friends. Poppy plans to change her thieving ways, but when Justin loses money at his father’s jewelry store and Poppy is accused of stealing it, she flees back onto the streets. Justin insists on searching for her—just as the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 breaks out.


    10. I wish more books I read was like this. Though it went from one to the other it was easy to comprehend. I like how it showed how both reacted and it had the opinion of both the boy and girl. I love how they do that but with lots of books when they do it it becomes confusing but it wasn't it was spectacular. I wish there was more books like this with that feeling and suspense.


    11. This book was for my book club so I was kinda scared, but it turned out to be pretty good. I had a problem with this book because it was different then what the back of the book said. This book turned out to be a shocker but over all a good book.




    12. I didn't like this book that much because of the fact that the FIRE didn't happen till near the end and it felt like a book I would read for school and I don't like it




    13. I've read this book about 4 times. It's very well writen and very realistic.You feel like you're in the book!!!


    14. Face paced, character driven, my boys begged to finish it.Provided suspense, tragedy, historical detail, and life from both sides of the tracks.


    15. I loved this book when I was around the age of nine, along with all the other Joan Hiatt Harlow books! Try them out!









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