Emma's Secret: The Cincinnati Epidemic

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Barbour, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 141 pages
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Time Period:  1832 Twelve-year-old Emma Farley has a secret hope-but in 1832, in the rough frontier city of Cincinnati, will she ever be able to live her dream? The odds are against her, considering society's views of "women's work," as well as the more immediate and frightening problems she face-a massive flood of the Ohio River and an epidemic of cholera. Using actual historical events to tell a compelling coming-of-age story, Emma's Secret shows young readers that God-given dreams are meant to be followed. Combining fiction with real events is an ideal way to teach history and faith-especially at this price!

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It's a very good book,I really enjoyed it.I like all the sisters in time a lot.-Olivia age 11 Read full review

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Jones earned an M.A. in history at the University of Arkansas and currently teaches for the Institute of Children's Literature.

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