Emma's Journal: The Story of a Colonial Girl

by Marissa Moss

Hardcover, 1999

Status

Available

Local notes

Fic Mos

Collection

Publication

Silver Whistle (1999), Edition: 1st, 56 pages. $15.00.

Description

From 1774 to 1776, Emma describes in her journal her stay in Boston, where she witnesses the British blockade and spies for the American militia. Features hand-printed text, drawings, and marginal notes.

Original language

English

Physical description

56 p.; 9.55 inches

ISBN

015202025X / 9780152020255

Barcode

372

User reviews

LibraryThing member t1bclasslibrary
This is another one of Marissa Moss' fake journals filled as much with drawing and doodles as writing. In this story, Emma is a farm girl living during the Revolutionary War who is sent to live with her aunt in Boston. We get a picture of the war and of life in Boston during the war. Through the characters of Emma and Thankful we get two different perspectives on the war, though Emma is a more sympathetic character.… (more)
LibraryThing member padame
Emma is a girl living in a colonal age. She's trying to help the americans all she can without her "room mate" knowing. She struggles to be an american in an unamerican home.

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Pages

56

Rating

(13 ratings; 3.2)
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