The Year of Jubilo
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The Year of Jubilo (Lucinda Wyman #2)

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After her father dies, fourteen-year-old Lucinda and her family struggle to make a new life in a small town on the coast of Maine where they once spent their summer holidays.
Paperback, 256 pages
Published March 1st 1970 by Dell Publishing Company (first published 1940)
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Annette
I give this book 4.5 stars. This is the sequel to Roller Skates which won the Newbery sometime in the 1930's. This book is SO much better than it's predecessor! When I read Roller Skates I was disappointed because it was hard to believe that it was written by the same person who wrote Maggie Rose: her Birthday Christmas (which I love) but with this book it was easy to see that the person who was inspired to write a book as beautiful as Maggie Rose could also write The Year of Jubilo.

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Anna
"I think friendship needs to be written about. It is a solemn and a lovely thing, and I think it deserves a lovely service said over it like marriage. That would keep you from accumulating too many friends of the kind that never really belong."
Maureen E
We revisit Lucinda from Roller Skates, several years older and suffering from the recent loss of her father. This has a very different feel from Roller Skates. Older and less exuberant. But Lucinda is still Lucinda and it’s a beautiful book. [Oct. 2008]
Melinda
This was a clean, refreshing story of family togetherness. It wasn't a "gripping" story, but was very well written. I found myself wanting to underline sentences and phrases constantly.
Fran Caparrelli
Every sentence is a feast of words - gives a new perspective on the Civil War and the aftermath in the everyday lives of those who survived.
Wendy
Sep 28, 2008 Wendy rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommended to Wendy by: Melody Murray
I missed New York, and Lucinda being totally crazy; but as a book, I liked this better than Roller Skates.
Deena
Mar 27, 2009 Deena rated it 3 of 5 stars
Shelves: ya
I didn't care much for Roller Skates, but I liked this a lot.
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Ruth Sawyer, was an American storyteller and a writer of fiction and non-fiction for children and adults. She may be best known as the author of Roller Skates, which won the 1937 Newbery Medal.
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