A Time Apart

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Morrow Junior Books, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 263 pages
5 Reviews
Without warning, Houston teenager Ginny Dorris is packed off to England to join her father in a university experiment--a re-creation of an Iron Age community--while her mother recovers from a serious illness. Ginny copes with unimaginably primitive living conditions and longs to go home, but gradually she is drawn into the community's life and discovers resources that neither she nor her father knew she had. This fast-paced yet thoughtfulcoming-of-age story is based on a real-life Iron Age experiment.

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User Review  - Stephanie A. - Goodreads

How cool does this experience sound? I'm pretty sure it was a lot more fun to experience vicariously than in real time, though, so this book does us all a service. Read full review

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User Review  - Michelle taylor - Goodreads

this was really a GOOD BOOK. i read it wen i was younger. really good. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
24
Section 3
36
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About the author (1999)

Diane Stanley was born in 1943 and was raised in Abilene, Texas. She later attended both Trinity University and Johns Hopkins University. Her portfolio of children's book illustrations was creative enough for her to begin publication in 1978. She became an art director for G.P. Putnam & Sons and later began retelling and illustrating classic children's books. Stanley has revamped the fairy tale, Rumpelstiltskin's Daughter and has also researched the children's biographies Cleopatra and Leonardo Da Vinci. She also illustrated her mother's book, The Last Princess.

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