Phebe Fairchild Her Book pb bargain book Lois Lenski

Phebe Fairchild Her Book pb bargain book

Author: Lois Lenski
$8.00 $17.99 800
ISBN 9781948959193328 pages5.5 x 8 inch paperback
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Bargain books have been returned from our wholesaler and may have bumps and dings. We put new jackets on them if needed and they will have a remainder mark. If you're not happy with the book you receive, it may be returned, but that hasn't happened once in over twenty years! Free oversized Lois Lenski bookmark, while supplies last. They were freebies that went with our Lois Lenski kickstarter. A truthful and absorbing narrative of life in Connecticut in 1830. Phebe Fairchild travels alone by stagecoach from her home in New Haven to spend a year with her country cousins, while her sea-captain father has taken her mother on a long voyage. Through the many adventures of that year and her struggles to keep her greatest treasure—a beloved book—she learns to understand her father’s parting advice, “You’ll need patience and courage a-plenty, but do as you’re told and never be afraid.” Lois Lenski devoted many months of enthusiastic research to making her story rich and accurate in background. She brings to life for young people as well as older readers a fascinating period of New England life. The book is noteworthy as to format, being designed by the artist, and generously illustrated in a manner suggestive of the period. A Newbery Honor book.

Bargain books have been returned from our wholesaler and may have bumps and dings. We put new jackets on them if needed and they will have a remainder mark. If you're not happy with the book you receive, it may be returned, but that hasn't happened once in over twenty years!

Free oversized Lois Lenski bookmark, while supplies last. They were freebies that went with our Lois Lenski kickstarter.

A truthful and absorbing narrative of life in Connecticut in 1830. Phebe Fairchild travels alone by stagecoach from her home in New Haven to spend a year with her country cousins, while her sea-captain father has taken her mother on a long voyage. Through the many adventures of that year and her struggles to keep her greatest treasure—a beloved book—she learns to understand her father’s parting advice, “You’ll need patience and courage a-plenty, but do as you’re told and never be afraid.”

Lois Lenski devoted many months of enthusiastic research to making her story rich and accurate in background. She brings to life for young people as well as older readers a fascinating period of New England life. The book is noteworthy as to format, being designed by the artist, and generously illustrated in a manner suggestive of the period.

A Newbery Honor book.