Ash E.'s Reviews > Love Thy Neighbor: The Tory Diary of Prudence Emerson

Love Thy Neighbor by Ann Turner
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Jan 29, 11

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Recommended to Ash by: Cori Johnson
Recommended for: young historical fiction readers
read count: 1 or 2

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The Dear America books are easily-accessible historical fiction for young readers, especially girls (the My Name is America books, I've been told, are very similar, only for boys).

Love Thy Neighbor tells the social story behind the Revolutionary War - in other words, the effects the war had on the everyday life of Americans, specifically those dwelling in Greenmarsh, Massachusetts - from the perspective of young Prudence Emerson. Young readers will be amazed at how this series makes learning so effortless - they'll be educated on the history of America without even realizing it! Helpful for youth who find history boring and unrelatable; it will show them how much they truly do have in common with the youth of past years.
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