Addy saves the day: a summer story

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Pleasant Co., Sep 1, 1994 - Juvenile Fiction - 67 pages
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Addy Walker is a proud, courageous girl growing up in 1864, during the midst of the Civil War. Addy's stories tell of her daring escape with her mother from slavery, and the challenges they face afterward as they try to reunite their family. But Addy's stories are about much more than hardship. They are full of the love and hope that help her get through the worst of times and keep her dreams alive!

The Civil War is over, but the feud between Addy and a schoolmate is not, until tragedy forces them to come together at last.

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Addy can’t get along with Harriet and her snobby teasing, but they are forced to work together at the church bazaar after fighting. Harriet and Addy catch a theif together, and begin to make peace. Addy’s brother, Sam, returns unexpectedly from fighting in the war. Read full review

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16
Chapter Three
34
Chapter Four
52
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About the author (1994)

Connie Porter has written Addy's series and related short stories. She's also the author of the YA/Adult novels All-Bright Court and Imani all Mine. Ms. Porter grew up near Buffalo, NY, and now lives in Virginia Beach, VA.