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Strangers in Our Midst
Two young women learning to survive in their own worlds are forced to confront even greater challenges when those worlds collide. Elisabeth, a passenger on the Mayflower, and Attitash, a young Wampanoag, discover differences in their core beliefs-but also a common humanity. As they learn to trust each other, their covert friendship forestalls starvation but can't overcome ...more
Paperback, 322 pages
Published October 1st 2013 by Forty Press
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As elementary students, we studied the Mayflower, Plymouth, and the first Thanksgiving. This is a good time of year to dive deeper into our understanding with "Strangers in Our Midst." This novel tells the familiar story through the eyes of two young women, a Pilgrim and an Wampanoag. It looks at the issues that brought them closer and the cultural divide that separated them.