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Thee Hannah

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Nine-year-old Hannah, a Quaker living in Philadelphia just before the Civil War, longs to have some fashionable dresses like other girls but comes to ... Show synopsis

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  • 1. Hardcover, Doubleday, 1940

    $17.50

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    Condition:
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    OR, USA

    Description: VERY GOOD MINUS in Very Good Minus Dustjacket. Junior Books. "A...

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  • 2. Hardcover, Doubleday, 1940

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    Description: Very good in very good dust jacket. ex-lib but very good, mylar...

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  • 3. Hardcover, Doubleday Doran & Company, 1940

    $25.00

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    Description: Marguerite De Angeli. Very Good in J Edge-torn & Chipped jacket....

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  • 4. Hardcover, Doubleday Doran & Company, Inc., 1940

    $129.00

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    Description: Very Good- in Good- jacket. 8vo-over 7"-9" tall. Signed by...

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  • 5. Hardcover, Doubleday & Company, Inc, 1940

    $350.00

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    Condition:
    Good

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    Description: Good in Good jacket. Size: 8 3/8 X 8 1/2; FIRST EDITION...

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  • 6. Hardcover, Doubleday Books for Young Readers, 1970

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    Condition:
    Fine/Like New

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    Description: de Angeli, Marguerite. Fine in good dust jacket. Signed by...

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Overall customer rating: 5.000
amomwholovesbooks

Great Book!

by amomwholovesbooks on Oct 24, 2007

My daughter and I both enjoyed Thee Hannah! In addition to a fun, sweet story, the book really appealed to me as a mom. It is packed with "talking points" that make it a book to keep around and re-read together. Here's a few of the issues the book addresses: ** Hannah struggles throughout the book to obey and usually fails. Her parents address her character failings with compassion while allowing her to suffer the consequences of her poor choices. ** Hannah struggles with being different because of her Quaker faith. However, the lessons she learns can help any child struggling to fit in. ** I loved the way that this book addresses the issue of modesty and decent dress that young girls face today. If you are trying to help a daughter choose to dress more modestly than what they are seeing in the media, Thee Hannah! will give your daughter someone to relate to. ** The Hannah! is set at a time when the Quakers are helping runaway slaves. Events in the book help you discuss these historical events in a story setting.

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