Red Moon at Sharpsburg

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Penguin Young Readers Group, Sep 18, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 236 pages
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When the Civil War breaks out, life in the South is transformed and nothing remains the same. India Moody must summon the courage she didn’t know she had to plunge into one of the war’s most tragic and terrifying events—the Battle of Antietam, known in the South as Sharpsburg—in order to get medicine to her desperately sick father. As she struggles for survival during the Union’s brutal occupation, India gets an education in love and loss, the senseless devastation of war, and the triumph of hope in the face of despair.

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User Review  - Cheer114 - LibraryThing

If you like suspenseful books where you are left with cliff hangers and having to be on the edge of your seat, this is the book for you. Red Moon at Sharpsburg is by Rosemary Wells and is Historical ... Read full review

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User Review  - DairaK - LibraryThing

When I learned about the civil war I always thought that the south was the bad people and the north were good. Red Moon at Sharpsburg tells the story of a little girl from the south point of view. Red ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
21
Section 3
46
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Rosemary Wells (rosemarywells.com) is the author of 120 books for children, including more than 40 about the beloved bunnies, Max and Ruby, who star in their own television show on Nick, Jr. She travels all over the country as a tireless advocate for literacy. Wells was born in New Jersey to a playwright father and ballet dancer mother who encouraged her artistic bent. She worked as an art director and designer before illustrating her first book. She is the mother of two grown daughters, Victoria and Marguerite, and grandmother to four girls.

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