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 appreciate her heritage and its plain dressing when her family saves the life of a runaway slave.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 appreciate her heritage and its plain dressing when her family saves the life of a runaway slave.Read Less
Fair. Good copy for reading, may have heavy page wear with writing textual notes highlighting or be an heavily used ex library copy with library markings, stickers or stamps. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
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Good Condition in Fair jacket. Ex-library with typical marks, shelf wear; pages have some stains and discoloring but a good reading copy. The jacket has some creasing and wear; tears; trimmed edges; taped to the covers. Tears to the endpapers. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Children's; Inventory No: 126191.
Near Fine in Very Good jacket. Illustrated cover has minimal edge wear along bottom edge, else cover and pages near fine. Dust jacket lightly worn along flap fold and spine ends, now in protective cover. Delightful story of a young Quaker girl in Philadelphia; Hannah eventually learns to appreciate her heritage and the meaning of the plain dress. Caulfield, p. 84.
Good in good dust jacket. Ex-library. Ex-library book, with the usual library markings. The binding is tight and the pages are clean. First page has top corner missing. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 98 p. Audience: Children/juvenile.
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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