The Spinner's Daughter
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The Spinner's Daughter

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When Elspeth, a hardworking Puritan girl, receives a cornhusk doll from a Pequot Indian, her mother fears that Elspeth will become idle.
Hardcover, 40 pages
Published August 1st 1994 by Pippin Press (first published 1994)
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jacky
This is an old book I about Puritans that I read with my students as an easy opener to our Puritan unit. It helps to activate their prior knowledge, as well as give me an easy with which text I can model how some reading skills.
Marfita
This Is A Child. Sweet story plus a nice craft.
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