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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Kit, a Barbadian indentured servant recently arrived in 1687 Connecticut, has trouble fitting in with her new family. While Kit's master is a dour Puritan, Kit herself is a bit of a free spirit who ... Read full review

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This book could be used as a group text in a 5th-grade class. They would enjoy the story of the difficulty of life back in those days and the intriguing plot. It would be good as a group text because ... Read full review

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