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Christina Baker Kline graduated from several universities including Cambridge, University of Virginia, and Yale. Mrs. Kline was a Henery Hoyns Fellow in fiction Writing at the University of Virginia. Along with the #1 New York Times bestselling novel "Orphan Train", Christina has also written "Bird in Hand", Desire Lines , Sweet Water and The Way Life Should Be. In addition to her many accomplishments Mrs. Kline is also a recipient of several Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Fellowships and Writer-in-Residence Fellowships. Kline wrote the Orphan Train because she wanted to bring the world to awareness of the hardships that abandoned children underwent and impacts they made on their lives. Even as time carries on, many parentless children today …show more content…

TheHuffingtoPost.com Web. 14 Oct, 2015. Catherine McKenzie compliments what Kline has done in the Orphan Train; she compares the traumatic event two different children have gone through. Kline certainly makes the experiances each girl went through very different and shows the reader how they shape their lives. The attention getter was the fact that Niamh has to be exposed to situations that should not be given to children. This draws the reader to emptionally attach themselves to the character because a ten year old child who is force to make adult decisions, is …show more content…

V. Works Cited Kline, Christina Baker. Orphan Train: A Novel. Pr int. "Christina 's Bio." Christina Baker Kline RSS. Web. 18 Oct, 2015. "Fiction Book Review: Orphan Train by Christina Baker Kline. Morrow, $14.99. Trade Paper (288p) ISBN 978-0-06-195072-8." PubliahersWeekly.com. Web 18 Oct, 2015. McKenzie, Catherine. "52 Books, 52 Weeks, Week 17: Riding the Orphan Train" The Huffington Post. ThehuffingtonPost.com, Web. 18 Oct, 2015. "ORPHAN TRAIN by Christina Baker Kline | Kirkus Reviews, "Kirkus Reviews, Web 18 Oct. 2015. "Q&A with Critically Acclaimed Writer Roxana Robinson." Christina Baker Kline

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