The Witch of Blackbird Pond

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Penguin Books, 1960 - Children's stories - 172 pages
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In defying the ignorant opinion of the local Puritan community in a Connecticut village in 1687, a compassionate young woman risks being labelled a witch when she helps a widowed Quaker woman and a bullied child.

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3.5*** Kit Taylor has had to leave her home in Barbados after her grandfather’s death, and has gone to live with her aunt and uncle in 1687 Connecticut. The Puritan community in which she finds ... Read full review

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A very well-written and interesting story of different cultures and political views in 1687 Wethersfield, Connecticut. While this story might be aimed at a younger reader, it was worth a read by an ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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