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Set in Colonial America, this third book about the Endicott family concerns the events of Susannah's 15th year as it was spent at her farm home on Long Island, and at school in New York.
Published 1951 by Harcourt, Brace & Company
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I absolutely adored Adopted Jane by this author and I was thrilled to have the chance to read another of her works. I didn't fall in love with this story in the same way, but there was definitely a lot to like here, and Daringer did a good job with a sanitized version of the mid-1600s. I'm going to have to seek out the rest of Daringer's books.
Helen Fern Daringer was born in 1892 in eastern Illinois. Independent and way ahead of her time, Ms. Daringer graduated from Eastern Illinois University, obtained a Master's Degree in English, and headed to New York City, where she became a professor of English literature at Columbia University. Miss Daringer wrote numerous books for children and young adults, including "Country Cousin," "The ...moreMore about Helen F. Daringer...