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Evvy's Civil War

Average rating
4.1 out of 5
Based on 65 Ratings and 27 Reviews

Book Description
In 1860's Virginia, society expects Evvy Chamberlyn to dress, speak, and act the part of the proper Southern belle. She has no intention of living up to their expectations. Evvy knows she can do whatever men do and still be a true woman-if only the rest of the world would give her a chance. When the Civil War breaks out, battle looms close to the family's plantation, and Evvy begins to discover ... More
Book Information
PublisherTandem Library Books
BindingSchool & Library Binding (6 editions)
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of Pages209
ISBN-100613998448
ISBN-13978-0613998444
Publication Date02/2004
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About Miriam Brenaman (Author) : Miriam Brenaman is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Miriam Brenaman include Evvy's Civil War.
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4/7/2008 Mary Paladin said: Enjoyed this very much. A young girl "coming of age" faces more than only that perspective of her life. Growing up means so much more than corsets, manners, and young men. There are many causes, and people, in life that are much more important.
tags: I recommend

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