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Maggie Among the Seneca (Bread Sister Trilogy #2)

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Maggie Callahan sets out across the rugged Pennsylvania frontier in search of her Irish Aunt Franny. But the wilderness is filled with danger -- Maggie is taken captive by a band of Seneca Indian warriors, and forced to travel north with them along the war trail.
Afraid for her life and desperate to escape, Maggie must find a way to survive in the Seneca village at the trai
Hardcover, 104 pages
Published September 1st 1990 by HarperCollins Publishers (first published January 1st 1987)
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Joanna Teodosio
Aug 07, 2016 Joanna Teodosio rated it it was amazing
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I enjoyed reading this book! It is great historical fiction for the chapter book reading kid crowd, and I had the pleasure of being Robin's student back in 2012 as part of the Oral Traditions graduate program at The Graduate Institute in Bethany, CT. It was funny reading it only because I could hear his voice as a storyteller, relaying Maggie's adventures. He is a wonderful storyteller, and this book flows just like a good story should!

I am looking forward to reading the other books in the serie
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Feb 15, 2015 Mary Ann rated it really liked it
This story would give young readers an insight into American history during that period when Native Americans were joining in the French and Indian Wars against the Colonists. The Seneca nation was organized with a matriarchal society, and quite different than our modern day society.
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Robin Moore has made his living as an children's book author and traveling storyteller for more than thirty years. He grew up in the mountains of Central Pennsylvania, where his Scots-Irish ancestors have lived for more than 200 years. He served as a combat soldier in Vietnam, earned a Journalism Degree from Pennsylvania State University and worked as a newspaper reporter and magazine editor. He w ...more
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