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Kit Tyler is marked by suspicion and disapproval from the moment she arrives on the unfamiliar shores of colonial Connecticut in 1687. Alone and desperate, she has been forced to leave her beloved home on the island of Barbados and join a family she has never met. Torn between her quest for belonging and her desire to be true to herself, Kit struggles to survive in a hostile place. Just when it seems she must give up, she finds a kindred spirit. But Kit's friendship with Hannah Tupper, believed a witch by the ...
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Overview

Kit Tyler is marked by suspicion and disapproval from the moment she arrives on the unfamiliar shores of colonial Connecticut in 1687. Alone and desperate, she has been forced to leave her beloved home on the island of Barbados and join a family she has never met. Torn between her quest for belonging and her desire to be true to herself, Kit struggles to survive in a hostile place. Just when it seems she must give up, she finds a kindred spirit. But Kit's friendship with Hannah Tupper, believed a witch by the colonists, proves more taboo than Kit could have imagined and ultimately forces her to choose between her heart and her duty.

Author Biography: "I was born in Melrose, Massachusetts, on November 21, 1908. I have lived all my life in New England, and though I love to travel I can't imagine ever calling any other place on earth home. Since I can't remember a time when I didn't intend to write, it is hard to explain why I took so long getting around to it in earnest. But the years seemed to go by very quickly. In 1936 I married Alden Speare and came to Connecticut. Not till both children were in junior high did I find time at last to sit down quietly with a pencil and paper. I turned naturally to the things which had filled my days and thoughts and began to write magazine articles about family living. Then one day I stumbled on a true story from New England history with a character who seemed to me an ideal heroine. Though I had my first historical novel almost by accident it soon proved to be an absorbing hobby." Elizabeth George Speare 1908-1994 won the 1959 Newbery Medal for THE WITCH OF BLACKBIRD POND, and the 1962 Newbery Medal for THE BRONZE BOW. She also received aNewbery Honor Award in 1983, and in 1989 she was presented with the Laura Ingalls Wilder Award for her substantial and enduring contribution to children's literature.

In 1687 in Connecticut, Kit Tyler, feeling out of place in the Puritan household of her aunt, befriends an old woman considered a witch by the community and suddenly finds herself standing trial for witchcraft.

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Gr 5-8-Mary Beth Hurt gives an excellent performance in this reading of the Newbery Award-winning novel by Elizabeth George Speare (HM, 1958). The setting is the Colony of Connecticut in 1687 amid the political and religious conflicts of that day. Sixteen-year-old Kit Tyler unexpectedly arrives at her aunt and uncle's doorstep and is unprepared for the new world which awaits her. Having been raised by her grandfather in Barbados, she doesn't understand the conflict between those loyal to the king and those who defend the Connecticut Charter. Unprepared for the religious intolerance and rigidity of the Puritan community, she is constantly astounding her aunt, uncle, and cousins with her dress, behavior, and ideas. She takes comfort in her secret friendship with the widow, Hannah Tupper, who has been expelled from Massachusetts because she is a Quaker and suspected of being a witch. When a deathly sickness strikes the village, first Hannah and then Kit are accused of being witches. Through these conflicts and experiences, Kit comes to know and accept herself. She learns not to make hasty judgments about people, and that there are always two sides to every conflict. There are several minor plots as well, including three romances, which help to bring this time and place to life. Hurt's use of vocal inflection and expression make this an excellent choice for listening whether as an enrichment to the social studies curriculum or purely for pleasure.-Maureen Cash Moffet, St. Anne's Catholic School, Bristol, VA Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information.
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Barry Moser illustrates this reissue of a Newbery Award-winning story of a girl marked by suspicion from the moment she enters colonial Connecticut in 1687. Her unconventional ways lead to conflict and trouble for the lonely girl in this moving story which combines a powerful plot and strong characterization with insights on social change.
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“The book has a lively plot and excellent characterizations. The background has every dimension of reality.” The New York Times

“Rarely has a book taken us back into seventeenth-century life as this does.” The New York Herald-Tribune

"Strong plot, fully realized characters, and convincing atmosphere distinguish this historical narrative." Booklist, ALA

Children's Literature - Sylvia Firth
Although sixteen- year- old Kit Tyler first appeared in 1958 and she lived in Connecticut Colony in the late seventeenth century, her story is still meaningful for today's teens. Left almost penniless after her grandfather's death, impulsive and often headstrong, Kit is forced to leave her home in Barbados. She sails on the Dolphin for Connecticut where her aunt and uncle reside. Their home is in the bleak Puritan town of Wethersfield. The Wood family, Matthew and Rachel and their two daughters Mercy and Judith, take Kit in, but life is so very difficult. For Kit, accustomed to a life of luxury and ease, the never ending, back breaking chores are hard to accept. The strict, rigid Puritan form of worship is also acutely restrictive. Her only solace is her growing friendship with an old Quaker woman, Hannah Tupper. Even though her uncle forbids her to see Hannah, Kit disobeys and continues to visit whenever she can. Hannah is an outcast and considered by many in the town to be a witch. Eventually this results in disaster, however, Kit remains true to her independent, brave and compassionate nature. As a Newbery Medal winner, this title should be available in every collection. It is certain to be enjoyed by girls who need reassurance and guidance to remain true to themselves. Reviewer: Sylvia Firth
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780440495963
  • Publisher: Random House Children's Books
  • Publication date: 2/28/1972
  • Series: Yearling Newbery Series
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 256
  • Age range: 10 - 14 Years
  • Lexile: 850L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 5.19 (w) x 7.70 (h) x 0.64 (d)

Meet the Author

ELIZABETH GEORGE SPEARE (1908-1994) won the 1959 Newbery Medal for The Witch of Blackbird Pond and the 1962 Newbery Medal for The Bronze Bow. She also received a Newbery Honor in 1983 for The Sign of the Beaver, and in 1989 she was presented with the Laura Ingalls Wilder Award for her substantial and enduring contribution to children’s literature. Of her beginings as a writer working on Witch of Blackbird Pond she said: "Then one day I stumbled on a true story from New England history with a character who seemed to me an ideal heroine. Though I had my first historical novel almost by accident it soon proved to be an absorbing hobby."

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On a morning in mid-April; 1687, the brigantine Dolphin left the open sea, sailed briskly across the Sound to the wide mouth of the Connecticut River and into Saybrook harbor. Kit Tyler had been on the forecastle deck since daybreak, standing close to the rail, staring hungrily at the first sight of land for five weeks.

"There's Connecticut Colony," a voice spoke in her ear . "You've come a long way to see it."

She looked up, surprised and flattered. On the whole long voyage the captain's son had spoken scarcely a dozen words to her, She had noticed him often, his thin wiry figure swinging easily hand over hand up the rigging, his sandy, sun-bleached head bent over a coil of rope. Nathaniel Eaton, first mate, but his mother called him Nat. Now, seeing him so close beside her, she was surprised that, for all he looked so slight, the top of her head barely reached his shoulder.

"How does it look to you?" he questioned.

Kit hesitated. She didn't want to admit how disappointing she found this first glimpse of America. The bleak line of shore surrounding *the gray harbor was a disheartening contrast to the shimmering green and white that fringed the turquoise bay of Barbados which was her home. The earthen wall of the fortification that faced the river was bare and ugly, and the houses beyond were no more than plain wooden boxes.

"Is that Wethersfield?" she inquired instead.

"Oh, no, Wethersfield is some way up the river. This is the port of Saybrook. Home to us Eatons. There's my father's shipyard, just beyond the dock."

She could just make out the row of unimpressive shacks and the flash ofraw new lumber. Her smile was admiring from pure relief. At least this grim place was not her destination, and surely the colony at Wethersfield would prove more inviting.

"We've made good time this year," Nat went on. "It's been a fair passage, hasn't it?"

"Oh, yes," she sparkled. "Though I'm glad now 'tis over."

"Aye," he agreed. "I never know myself which is best, the setting out or the coming back to harbor. Ever been on a ship before?"

"Just the little pinnaces in the islands. I've sailed' on those all my life."

He nodded. "That's where you learned to keep your balance."

So he had noticed! To her pride, she had proved to be a natural sailor. Certainly she had not spent the voyage groaning and retching like some of the passengers.

"You're not afraid of the wind and the salt, anyway. At least, you haven't spent much time below."

"Not if I could help it," she laughed. Did he think anyone would stay in that stuffy cabin by choice? Would she ever have had the courage to sail at all had she known, before she booked passage, that the sugar and molasses -in the hold had been paid for by a load of Connecticut horses, and that all the winds of the Atlantic could never blow the ship clean of that unbearable stench? "That's what I minded most about the storm," she added, "four days shut away down there with the deadlights up."

"Were you scared?"

"Scared to death. Especially when the ship stood right on end, and the water leaked under the cabin door. But now I wouldn't have missed it for anything. 'Twas the most exciting thing I ever knew."

His face lighted with admiration, but all for the ship. "She's a stout one, the Dolphin," he said "She's come through many a worse blow than that." His eyes dwelt fondly on the topsails.

"What is happening?" Kit asked, noting the sudden activity along the deck, -Four husky sailors in blue jackets and bright kerchiefs had hurried forward to man the capstan bars. Captain Eaton, in his good blue coat, was shouting orders from the quarterdeck. "Are we stopping here?"

"There are passengers to go ashore," Nat explained. "And we need food and water for the trip upriver. But we've missed the tide, and the wind is blowing too hard from the west for us to make the landing. We're going to anchor out here and take the longboat in to shore. That means I'd better look to the oars." He swung away, moving lightly and confidently; there was a bounce in his step that matched the laughter in his eyes.
With dismay, Kit saw the captain's wife among the passengers preparing to disembark. Must she say goodbye so soon to to Mistress Eaton? They had shared the bond of being the only two women aboard the Dolphin and the older woman had been sociable and kindly. Now, catching Kit's eye, she came hurrying along the deck.

"Are you leaving the ship, Mistress Eaton?" Kit greeted her wistfully.

"Aye, didn't I tell you I'd be leaving you at Say brook? But don't look so sad, child. 'Tis not far to Wethersfield, and we'll be meeting again."

"But I thought the Dolphin was your home!"

"In the wintertime it is, when we sail to the West Indies. But I was born in Saybrook, and in the spring I get to hankering for my house and garden. Besides,, l'd never let on to my husband, but the summer trips are tedious, just back and forth up and down the river. I stay at home and tend my vegetables and my spinning like a proper housewife. Then, come November, when he sails for Barbados again, I'm ready enough to. go with him. 'Tis a good life, and one of the best things about it is coming home in the springtime.

Kit glanced again — at the forbidding shore. She could see nothing about it to put such a twinkle of anticipation in anyone's eye. Could there be some charm that was not visible from out here in the harbor? She spoke on a sudden impulse.
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  • Posted May 5, 2010

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    This book was GREAT!

    I really liked the plot of this story. I had to read an award winning book for my 5th grade book report. I chose this and I suspected it would be boring, but it was really fun! It is about a girl who used to be rich, but whose circumstances change when her grandfather dies. She goes to live with her puritan Aunt and Uncle then she mets Hannah, a Quaker who is suspected of witchcraft. A really eye-opening view of Puritan times. If you enjoy learning about different periods in history set within a great story, then this is the book for you.

    33 out of 37 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 22, 2013

    Loved it

    Fabulous, sweetly romantic read. Kit and Nat will stay with you long after the last sentence is read.

    14 out of 18 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2012

    The Witch of Blackbird Pond

    This book is all about a girl named Kit from Barbous (the Indies). She lived with her grandfather in Barbous, and a friend of her grandfather stole his money. His friend asked for Kit's hand in marriage, and he tried to make her believe that her grandfather wanted to. But, she still refused to marry and refused to believe him. So, that is why she left Barbous and went to Connectict by boat. On the way she met a boy named Nat. When they were on a smaller boat a child lost it's toy in the water. So, she got in the water, swam towards the toy , and gave it back to the child. Nobody knew that she was able to swim so they thought she floated like a with in the water. When they got to shore, she went to her relative's home, and they decided to let her stay. Kit got out her clothes & she let her cousins try them on. They looked beautiful on them. But, her uncle was rude to her & told her to get the clothes out of his sight.

    I better not spoil the book for all of you. Also, he said something else mean to Kit & I read the book at school. So, I know that it is a really good book! Trust me!

    12 out of 17 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 22, 2000

    My view.

    I think that The Witch Of Blackbird Pond, is a novel that is hard to determind the rating because of it's weak begining but strong ending. In my opinion, there wasn't enough detail, or excitment, I didn't like how the unimportant things were brought up more than important things, like when Kit was locked up, the author didn't share her feelings much, like Kit was just another object in the shead. However I did enjoy the trial, and how Nat came back. I would recomend this book to someone who can wait to get excited, but not to someone, who wants thrills from cover to cover.

    11 out of 17 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 28, 2009

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    Still a favorite of mine after all these years.

    I am easily swept up in this period book. From the first few lines I ache for the tropical flare of Kit's beloved home. Now, an adventure awaits a newly blossoming girl in such drab settings.

    I feel that Kit's character is someone that a lot of people can indenify with despite the period. This book teachs you not to be afraid of the unknown, that through hard work and determination one really finds themselves, and finally never to settle.

    Never go looking outside of yourself to appease the masses. Love is and always will be there with you. In the words of Hannah herself, "There is no escape if love is not there."

    Great read!

    8 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 12, 2013

    Very good plot

    The plot is good , but the begin ing is slow but I gets very interesting. Buy it

    Get the book

    4 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 15, 2013

    Great school book

    I hav been reading this in english and it is great! Kit i such a great character. (: i recomend thi book to many!

    4 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2013

    Pretty good.

    I read the first 3 quarters of this book (for school. Would have finished it had I not changed schools.)and was genuinely glad with it. The beginning was a little slow and most of my class (eighth grade) hardly understood it, but it gets better and faster paced as you go. I would reccomend reading it to see for yourself but if you don't trust my word than don't.
    As far as I was able to read it was very good.
    I apologize if there u any errors in my review, I am using my nook to write this...lol.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2012

    It was good!!!

    The behinning was a little dry. At first I hated it. Then in the 6th chapter I started to enjoy it!!!!

    The ending was cool!

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 2012

    A Classic Novel

    I read this novel when I was in elementary my mom bought it for me, because it was a favorite of hers, and I reread it till today. I continue to read it because it takes me to another time in history, I love the descriptions that she used, and how the novel flowed.This novel shows how a girl can be true to herself and not give in to convention or what is popular.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 14, 2012

    I'm in 7th grade so my teacher is making us read it and I just f

    I'm in 7th grade so my teacher is making us read it and I just finished it!! I LOVE IT! At first I was like "Ew another stupid boring book that makes no sense" but now I'm like " I WANNA KNOW WHAT HAPPENS AFTERWARDS!!!" I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 12, 2009

    P.Clark's book review! **(the book was GREAT!!)**

    Sixteen-year-old Kit Tyler knew the time that she arrived in the cold state of Connecticut that it was not going to be anything like her old home in the Caribbean islands. Kit knew that her life would not be the same. She now has to live with her aunt, uncle and cousins, who do not seem to like her very much. Soon, Kit meets someone who feels just like she does, like she does not belong. This person is the old woman known as the `Witch of Blackbird Pond.¿ Kit was soon faced with many issues while she was staying in Connecticut, one of them being, she was accused of doing witchcraft.<BR/>I read the interesting book THE WITCH OF BLACKBIRD POND, a very famous and well-written book by Elizabeth George Speare. It received a John Newberry Medal in 1921, for the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children<BR/>My opinion of this book is it has a strong plot, fully realistic characters, and a convincing atmosphere with a great picture on how our country worked during the 1600-1700s. The book starts slow, but overall it is a great book!<BR/> This book is about a free-spirited girl named Kit who comes to live with her relatives in Connecticut after her grandfather passes. Very soon Kit¿s aunt, uncle, and cousins start to like her and Kit starts to like them too. But, the only place where she finds herself feeling comfortable is in the small home of Hannah Tupper--`The Witch of Blackbird Pond.' A sudden illness that overcomes the town leads to certain members to form a mob and attack Hannah. Kit finds herself forced to save this new friend of hers and is then accused of doing witchcraft herself. Other plots in this story also make it a great book to read, like the romantic mess Kit and her cousin find themselves.<BR/>I think that Kit was the protagonist. Protagonist meaning the main character and/or the hero in the book. The person I think was the antagonist was Hannah Tupper. Antagonist meaning the character/friend that helps the story flow.<BR/> Over all, THE WITCH OF BLACKBIRD POND was a fantastic book. The characters were well described and the book was well written!! I do recommend this book to anyone! It was GREAT!!

    3 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2013

    AWESOME

    Thi book i wonderful. Kit is an amazing girl. I totally enjoyed this book, especially when my mom read it to me out loud. It starred slow, but the book worked itself into an exciting frenzy. Highly recomended!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2012

    What a fail....

    I am in 7th grade and this book sucked. Horribly. Never read it. It is for losers. It started slow and just got worse. Why did I ever read this? Why!!!!!!!!!!!!!???

    2 out of 16 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 5, 2012

    Boring

    This book was really boring,I am 9 years old and that book was really boring-I littalry used it to fall asleep!!

    2 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2012

    How The Book Is So Far

    Well to me I dislike this book because it does'nt spike my interest but others might this different but if anyone reads this book might get you that type of vivid imagination that you might want from any old regular book. (:

    2 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 19, 2012

    Awesome

    It was great

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 20, 2009

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    A vary good book!!

    My sister read it to me because it was one of her favorts and now it is one of mine to.It is a good book!!!

    2 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2014

    Happy Bunny

    This is by far the best book i have on my nook! You should buy it because it has mystery, action, and maybe a hint of romance!!!! This is an interesting book!!
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    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 13, 2014

    By cd. To Carry.

    How could you not lik this book? It is one of the best! Read it in middle school and and in Jr. High still loven it! To everyone else awsome book. You need to read it.

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