Item description for A Little Maid of Narragansett Bay by Alice Turner Curtis...
Overview Originally published at the turn of the century the delightful Little Maid Series offers stories for young girls based on actual events in the history of Colonial America. LITTLE MAID OF NARRAGANSETT BAY tells the story of Penelope Balfour and her brother Ted, who lived on a little farm in Rhode Island during the Revolutionary War. Penny's bravery and presence of mind greatly helped the American cause.)
Publishers Description This book tells the story of Penelope Balfour and her brother Ted, who live on a little farm in Rhode Island during the Revolutionary War. ""Penny's"" bravery and presence of mind greatly help the American camp.
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Studio: Applewood Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.24" Width: 5.22" Height: 0.61" Weight: 0.46 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 1998
Publisher Applewood Books
ISBN 1557093342 ISBN13 9781557093349
Availability 69 units. Availability accurate as of Mar 26, 2017 11:02.
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Little Maid of Narragansett Bay (Little Maid Series) Jul 31, 2002
These books are REALLY good. Alice Turner Curtis has the remarkable ability to be able to blend delightful, historically accurate plots with an old fashioned charm and morality.
I read this series as a child, and I was very happy to see them reprinted, and keeping all the lovely illustrations intact, too. Now I can buy them when I have children, continuing the tradition.
I Lived on Narragansett Bay Apr 6, 2000
I read the complete set of books as a young girl. Fifty years ago, I found them in the Warwick Public Library, yellowed, loose-leafed, dog-earred, but very interesting. Imagine my delight when I learned they were being reprinted. Presently, I am buying them for my granddaughter. Having performed some genealogical research, I find that Colonel Barton, who captured General Preston in this story, was a distant relative of mine. I went to church in the meeting house at Warwick. It still stands. I have no reason but to believe that Alice Turner Curtis, the author, researched her books well, and that her writtings have historic happenings supporting them. Give to all the female 9-10-year-olds and enjoy them yourself. They may lack sophistication for many 11-12 year-old girls of today, but read them to your child or grandchild and establish a bond. These make excellent gifts to "young maids."
Excellent book. Mar 31, 1998
This book told about the Revolutionary War through the story of 11 year old Penelope Balfourd, who lives on a farm on Rhode Island with her mother and older brother Ted while her father fights in the American army. Penelope is determined to do something for her country. She manages to deliver a message to the American army. Because of her message a British officer is captured. I really enjoyed this book.