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  • deafgirlhistory
    deafgirlhistory added a book review.
    Mary Cooper, a 14 years-old girl living on her 22 years-old cousin, Tempe Wick with her mother, Mary. Mary's aunt Mary became so sick that she was bedridden, so either her daughter or her niece have to stay and take care of aunt Mary. Mary C. who frequently being with her two friends, David Hamilton Morris (12) and Jeremiah Levering (14 or 15) who were in army. Morris served one year in army, because as revealed, his widowed mother couldn't afford to take care of her son so she put his son in care of military. And for Levering, he was homeless, and served for 3 years in artillery. But both boys were too small for drums, so they carried only muskets. Mary C. met Tempe's older brother, Henry who was away from home for nearly 11 years, and that caused his mother, Mary to think that Henry was dead. Mary, who is also friends with Lt. Enos Reeves, and Officer Anthony Wayne, and Mary was smitten by Wayne but also really liked Reeves, and in the ending was so surprising. - Happy Reading!
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  • deafgirlhistory
    deafgirlhistory's book review was featured in The Literacy Bridge - Large Print - A Ride Into Morning: The Story of Tempe Wick.
    Mary Cooper, a 14 years-old girl living on her 22 years-old cousin, Tempe Wick with her mother, Mary. Mary's aunt Mary became so sick that she was bedridden, so either her daughter or her niece have to stay and take care of aunt Mary. Mary C. who frequently being with her two friends, David Hamilton Morris (12) and Jeremiah Levering (14 or 15) who were in army. Morris served one year in army, because as revealed, his widowed mother couldn't afford to take care of her son so she put his son in care of military. And for Levering, he was homeless, and served for 3 years in artillery. But both boys were too small for drums, so they carried only muskets. Mary C. met Tempe's older brother, Henry who was away from home for nearly 11 years, and that caused his mother, Mary to think that Henry was dead. Mary, who is also friends with Lt. Enos Reeves, and Officer Anthony Wayne, and Mary was smitten by Wayne but also really liked Reeves, and in the ending was so surprising. - Happy Reading!
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    Yay, then consider me your first friend!! Welcome to the club!
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    LOL, yes!!! I can’t even believe it! High school??? I mean, wow! And yes, at least we can suffer together! 😂
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    Definitely aqua, I agreed with my sis, @doggiechristmas that you should do aqua!
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    Ohhh, we definitely have no idea that you are actually junior in hs but congrats for next year ig lol!
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  • deafgirlhistory
    deafgirlhistory's book review was featured in A Break with Charity: A Story about the Salem Witch Trials.
    Susanna English, a daughter of Phillip and Mary English along with her two siblings, older brother, William who got lost in the sea, and younger sister, Mary during 1660s-70s Salem Witch Trials. Witch trials are part of darkest era in American past. Susanna, who always loved to visit Boston, almost fearless but sometimes feel vulnerable when its comes to possibly losing family and friends. Mary, the mother, who trying to protect her daughters from possibly being named as a witches in the meeting house, got arrested, then got released, then got sick and died about 1690s in the following winter after she had been released from prison. Phillip, who does the same as his wife, Mary. Mary, a younger sister, who almost always feel scared almost every day, but in the book, you can see that she is brave. Susanna's friend and love of life, Jonathan Hathrone who always being with her. Joseph and Elizabeth Putnam, who let both sister Mary and Susanna to stay with them while Susanna and Mary's parents possibly return. Every day in the book, every lives were lost because of their "accused of being witches". - Happy Reading!
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