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by Janet Lunn,Brian Deines

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ISBN:
0887763944
Author:
Janet Lunn,Brian Deines
Language:
English
Publisher:
Tundra Books (April 1, 1998)
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by Janet Lunn (Author), Brian Deines (Illustrator).

by Janet Lunn (Author), Brian Deines (Illustrator). The book will be more meaningful to middle-graders, who may find Charlotte's punishment a shock, but will at least know something about the period. They will certainly learn more here.

Janet Lunn's Charlotte is an engaging, emotionally gut-wrenching, heartbreaking story, very different from the .

Janet Lunn's Charlotte is an engaging, emotionally gut-wrenching, heartbreaking story, very different from the usual Revolutionary War tales, where children are often presented as performing quiet acts of bravery for the Patriot cause. Brian Deines' accompanying illustrations are lush and luminous, realistically capturing the essence of upper-middle class 18th century colonial America; they provide a fitting complement to the text and could even be of use for more detailed discussions and presentations on topics such as typical 18th century furniture, the clothing worn at the time, what 18th century colonial buildings looked.

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Janet Lunn In the award-winning follow-up to the beloved children's classic, The Root Cellar, Janet Lunn brings us an enthralling historical tale.

A classic children's book for every Canadian family to treasure for all time - a story of mystery and young love in a richly detailed Canadian historical setting. From the winner of the Governor General's Award for Children's Literature comes one of Canada's best-loved, bestselling books for young readers. In the award-winning follow-up to the beloved children's classic, The Root Cellar, Janet Lunn brings us an enthralling historical tale of Celtic magic, kindred spirits and the struggles of pioneer life in Upper Canada

ISBN 10: 0887763839 ISBN 13: 9780887763830. Publisher: Tundra Books, 1998.

The true story of a girl torn between the people she loves most. In this true tale of the American Revolution, Janet Lunn tells the story of Charlotte Haines, a young girl who must face one of the cruel realities of war – family division. Tensions mount in the aftermath of the rebel victory in New York. Charlotte’s father supports the rebel Patriots and has broken all ties with the Empire. A stubborn man, he even shuns his own brother, a Loyalist. Forbidden to see her cousins who are only hours away from their departure for what would become Canada, Charlotte must make a difficult.

Charlotte Russe Cookbook book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Charlotte Russe Cookbook: Recipes from the Novel as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. I wrote this Cookbook of recipes from my cozy mystery, Charlotte.

The true story of a girl torn between the people she loves most.In this true tale of the American Revolution, Janet Lunn tells the story of Charlotte Haines, a young girl who must face one of the cruel realities of war – family division. Tensions mount in the aftermath of the rebel victory in New York. Charlotte’s father supports the rebel Patriots and has broken all ties with the Empire. A stubborn man, he even shuns his own brother, a Loyalist. Forbidden to see her cousins who are only hours away from their departure for what would become Canada, Charlotte must make a difficult decision.
  • Jusari
Charlotte and William Peters were my 3rd great grandparents.
  • Tori Texer
Little did I know it was going to be an old library book
  • Crazy
Meh. This would have been better as a longer story. The illustrations were lovely and it talked about a topic little explored in American history, but I just could not believe that Charlotte's father would disown her, a ten-year-old girl, merely for visiting her cousins before they left for evermore. If there had been more pages to explain his character I might have bought it.
  • Granigrinn
This book had an interesting description of the time- loyalists vs. patriots. This is a true story.