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Annika said:
this book is a must read. once i started reading it i couldn't stop. i recommend this book to girls 9-12.
posted Aug 29, 2010 at 12:55PM
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Grade 4 and up. Caty Logan is a young Quaker girl living in the Delaware Valley of Pennsylvania in 1763. Caty and her brother Thomas are captured by a Lenape Native American tribe on their way to school. Caty fears for her and her brother's lives until she realizes the Lenape do not want to harm them. A great piece of historical fiction, the book sheds light on Quaker life and Lenape culture.
posted Jul 29, 2013 at 2:27PM
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main characters Catharine Carey Logan
Age: 13
Upset by news of Indian raids on nearby farms; she and her brother are captured by a group of Lenape Indians; taken care of by two members of the tribe who had lost their children to measles; she begins to understand the Lenape and their beliefs; English soldiers rescue them; the return home is difficult because she feels different from her family and closer to the Lenape.

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