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Historical fiction books for girls by Wendy Lawton
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LETTERS TO THE AUTHOR

Mrs. Lawton loves to receive letters from her readers. If you’d like to write to her, send the letter to:

Wendy Lawton
Post Office Box 1227
Hilmar, CA 95324

Or you can send her an e-mail through the Contact page!

The Daughters of the Faith books are all about real girls from the pages of history. One of the reasons these girls are so interesting is that they made a difference— a huge difference— while they were still young.

Most books talk about famous grown-up women who accomplished great things, or women who married famous men. Daughters of the Faith books are stories about girls—many of them just about your age.

If you are writing a book report about an important time in history, try the following Daughters of the Faith books to help you learn:

 

If you’re studying people in American history you could pick:

Courage to Run by Wendy LawtonCourage to Run (Harriet Tubman)

Ransom's Mark by Wendy LawtonRansom’s Mark (Olive Oatman)

Almost Home by Wendy LawtonAlmost Home (Mary Chilton)

The Hallelujah Lass by Wendy LawtonThe Hallelujah Lass (Eliza Shirley)

 

Ransom's Mark by Wendy LawtonIf you are studying the American Westward Movement read:

Ransom’s Mark

 

The Tinker's Daughter by Wendy LawtonIf you are studying European History check out:

The Tinker’s Daughter

     

Shadow of His Hand by Wendy LawtonIf you are studying World War II or the Holocaust, read:

Shadow of His Hand

 

Courage to Run by Wendy LawtonIf you are studying black history, read:

Courage to Run

 

 

Almost Home by Wendy LawtonIf you’d like to ride along on the Mayflower, read:

Almost Home

 

The Hallelujah Lass by Wendy LawtonIf you’d like to see how one girl can change the world, read:

The Hallelujah Lass

 

Ransom's Mark by Wendy LawtonIf you are studying Native Americans, read:

Ransom’s Mark

 

The Tinker's Daughter by Wendy LawtonIf you’d like to see what a ten-year-old girl can do when she’s blind, read:

The Tinker’s Daughter

 

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