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Hannah's Winter of Hope: Hannah of Fairfield #3 (Pioneer Daughters) [Paperback]

By Jean Van Leeuwen (Author)
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Pages   5
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 7.7" Width: 5.04" Height: 0.31"
Weight:   0.18 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Jan 29, 2001
Publisher   Puffin
Age  9-12
ISBN  0141309504  
EAN  9780141309507  
UPC  051488004998  

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The third book in the Pioneer Daughter series

It's the winter of 1780, and Hannah's family has been living in a one-room shed since the British burned down their house. When news comes that Hannah's brother Ben, a soldier, has been captured by the British, Hannah tries to keep busy making candles and helping to rebuild their home. But she can't help worrying about Ben...until suddenly a stranger arrives bringing unexpected news.

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More About Jean Van Leeuwen

Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Jean Van Leeuwen is the author of more than fifty children's books, including picture books, Easy-to-Read books, and middle-grade fiction. She has won numerous awards, among them the William Allen White Award, the South Carolina Children's Book Award, the Massachusetts Honor Book Award, and the Washington Irving Children's Choice Award, as well as many ALA Notable Book citations.

Her own two children were the inspiration for the Oliver and Amanda Pig stories, as well as several others, including Dear Mom, You're Ruining My Life. Many of her other books have grown out of her long-time interest in American history. Her historical picture books include Going West, which was cited as an IRA Teachers' Choice and Across the Wide Dark Sea, selected by the New York Public Library as one of the "100 Titles for Reading and Sharing." She has written historical fiction for older readers as well. Her Bound for Oregon was a Child Study Association Book of the Year, and Cabin on Trouble Creek was nominated for children's Choice awards in eight states.

Ms. Van Leeuwen now lives in another small town north of New York City with her husband, Bruce Gavril. She has two grown children, David and Elizabeth, and a young grandchild, who will surely inspire more stories.

Jean Van Leeuwen currently resides in Chappaqua, in the state of New York.

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It is a good hopeful book  Nov 11, 2006
This book is called Hannah's Winter of Hope, also by Jean wan Leeuwen, the third book of the series. It is the winter of 1780 in Fairfield, CT. While she is worrying emotionally about Ben, she is also worried that the British will return to steal their cow and chickens. The year before, the British had burned her house down. Her life is difficult because it is cramped in her father's clock-making shed where they are now living.

Hannah is eleven and not that much different than before, except that she is smarter and has more patience than in the first book. She has more patience and is smarter because when her brother got hurt, she looked at her Grand-ma's book (her Grand-ma was a healer) and patiently wrapped Jonathan's burned hand with the poultice made out of beech leaves. She is smart because she read Granny Hannah's book and helped Jonathan feel better.

The British have captured Hannah's big brother Ben and are holding him on a prison ship. The conditions are very bad. The wood of the prison ship is rotting, and Ben and the other people on the prison ship are treated very badly. They get bran cakes made to feed horses, they sometimes get fed bits of pork, they mostly get fed moldy biscuits, and they sometimes get no food at all for DAYS!! Ben really is brave to go through all that.

The theme of this book is Be hopeful and brave. I would recommend this book for eight and up, because it is easy to read. The text is medium size and the nine chapters are sort of short and easy. This book gave a good description of what life was like back then though it wasn't action packed.
Great Book  Dec 11, 2002
Ben got captured and got put in a prison ship. Hannah was sad
because her bother got captured. The British burned down Hannah's
house. T hey have to live in the dad's shop. My favorite part
was when Ben got to come home.
A great history book  Dec 11, 2002
the name of the book is called Hannah's Winter of Hope.
This is a great story, it's about a girl named Hannah that had her brother caught and her house was burned down. She has a mother, 2 sisters, 2 brothers, and a friend. The cool part about it is that they are in the Revolutionioary War.
,But you know what Ben got captuerd said the store keeper.this is a good book you should read it.
magnificent Book!!  Dec 11, 2002
you should read this wounderful book it takes place in the revaloshary war Hannah's house is burnt doun by the Brith they have to sleep in there father's clock shop. They start bilding the house. they found out Ben is captured will Ben excape read and find out!
Read this excellent book  Dec 11, 2002
In Hannah's Winter of Hope I got scared when Ben got captured by the British Red Coats. But Hannah kept up her courage that Ben would come back some day and she talked to her dog Captian about it. And just when they didn't expect it one of Ben's friend's came with some news but to find out what kind of news it was read this GREAT book.

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