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Fever 1793 (2 vol.)

by Laurie Halse Anderson
It's 1793 and 14-year-old Mattie has plans for building a better life. Then the fever strikes and she must put her plans aside and fight to stay alive. 300 pages, Ages 10 & up

Item Number: 1128
Category:Longer Fiction in Contracted Braille (in EBAE)

Price: $22.00
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5I thought Fever 1793 was such a moving book. The author portrayed Matilda with such detail I felt like I was right alongside her, sharing in her anguish, her frustration, and her joy. Not only that, but I also learned a lot about medicine in the 1700s that surprised me. I recommend that all children read it because it is so well written and is a great history lesson on how far medicine has come.
2008-05-26

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