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Turn Homeward, Hannalee

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 19, 2007

    Read this book

    I think the author did a wonderful job at writing this book. This book is filled with lots of suspence and sadniss. Hannalee is the main character and she has to be very brave to survive what her main job is in the book. If you like books were people make huge risks and have to do hard things this would be the book for you. I can't tell you what happens so get this book and read and you should end up liking it. Have fun reading this great book!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 26, 2002

    The spunk to carry on through seperation and war. . . . .

    When Hannalee, a bobin girl, sees red skies over the Roswell Mill, she knows that trouble will rise. The next day, the Yankees attack the mill and take away all the mill workers to work in the north for the Yankees. Hannalee's mother tells her to turn homward as soon as the war ends and gives her a button. Hannalee and her brother are to be seperated so Hannalee cuts off her braids and gives them to Jem. But even so, Jem is sold to a Maryland farmer and Hannalee is forced to be a maid in a wealthy banker's house in Indiania, where she faces prejustice because she is a Reb. Hannalee and her brother escape and find that her older brother, Davey, is dead. Heartbroken, the two head homward and find Mama. Dacey has survived the war and plans to move the family to Alanta.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 11, 2000

    This is a very good book!

    I read this book for school and enjoyed it. I found that once you started you didn't want to put it down! A great story with lots enjoyable reading! So for your next book report I would read this! Or even for your own enjoyment

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