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Caron Brannan

Caron Brannan

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by Daniel Thompson
     
 

A resourceful twelve-year-old orphan and a young girl who he takes under his care in 18th century Belfast unfolds in Bound Boy of Belfast. Caron Brannan teaches Maggie Bryan the business of hustling residents in Belfast's abandoned shipping district before he is taken from her and shipped to the American colonies as a twelve year old indentured servant. Lovable

Overview

A resourceful twelve-year-old orphan and a young girl who he takes under his care in 18th century Belfast unfolds in Bound Boy of Belfast. Caron Brannan teaches Maggie Bryan the business of hustling residents in Belfast's abandoned shipping district before he is taken from her and shipped to the American colonies as a twelve year old indentured servant. Lovable characters struggle in a historically accurate setting of early implantation of young, indentured workers in Colonial America as they struggle to adapt to their new world. Caron is taken in by a colonial family and begins his new life as a horse trainer and breeder under the tutelage of a loving slave couple. Maggie becomes the understudy of an Irish baker before she boards an immigrant ship bound for Richmond. Caron Brannan: Bound Boy of Belfast is a love story of fortitude, strength, determination and survival told by a historic figure. Readers will enjoy the discovery of life on a colonial horse farm through Caron's lovable mentor, Samuel, as he prepares Caron to carry on with his new life.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781448944132
Publisher:
Publish America
Publication date:
05/26/2010
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.51(d)

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