Weaver's Daughter

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Thorndike Press, Jan 1, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 173 pages
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In 1791 after her family's journey from Pennsylvania, ten-year-old Lizzie suffers from the disease of asthma in her new home in the Southwest Territory (present-day Tennessee).

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User Review  - Meaghan - Goodreads

This was a really interesting book. I used to not like historical fiction but now after i read this book, i now don't hate historical fiction anymore. Read full review

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User Review  - Vicki - Goodreads

13 yr Lizzie in 1800 deals with an unknown (asthsma & allegery)health problems and how her family rallies aruond her. Eventually she must lieave w/a wealthy family for the ocean coast to deal w/her issues. Great Read full review

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Kimberly Brubaker Bradley is the author of Energy Makes Things Happen and Pop!, an Outstanding Science Trade Book for Children, in the Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science series. She has a degree in chemistry from Smith College and lives with her husband and two children in Bristol, Tennessee.

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