Angel on the Square

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Scholastic, 2002 - History - 288 pages
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In 1913 Russia, twelve-year-old Katya eagerly anticipates leaving her St. Petersburg home, though not her older cousin Misha, to join her mother, a lady in waiting in the household of Tsar Nicholas II, but the ensuing years bring world war, revolution, and undreamed of changes to her life.

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Review: Angel on the Square (St. Petersburg #1)

User Review  - Cassondra - Goodreads

This book was an interesting portrayal of the Russian Revolution through the eyes of an adolescent girl who is friends with the Grand Duchesses as her mother is the Empress's lady-in-waiting. While ... Read full review

Review: Angel on the Square (St. Petersburg #1)

User Review  - Robin - Goodreads

I picked this book up as part of my search for a good read aloud for my 6th graders. Forget the 6th graders... I loved it! A nice story woven around historical events of the Russian Revolution. Nicely done. Read full review


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