Book Reviews of Sarah Bishop

Sarah Bishop
Sarah Bishop
Author: Scott O'Dell
ISBN-13: 9780590446518
ISBN-10: 0590446517
Publication Date: 3/1/1991
Pages: 240
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 43 ratings
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks
Book Type: Paperback
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Sarah Bishop is an independent, hard-headed girl that faces life's trials without second thought. This is an awesome book for teenage girls, especially, but can be enjoyed by anyone!
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Sarah ishop isn't a Tory.She isnt a Ptriot. Sarah Bishop is a fifteen year old girl.

The Revolutionary War has come to her village, adn the patrionts have made her an orpahn without a home. Now the Beitish army is after her for a crime she didn't commit. Running for her life, Sarah finds a cave inn the woods.Alone she makes her home there.The wild animals the terrible hardships are not as bad as what she has left behind.Sarah Bishop vows never to trust anyone again.
The war will end.Peace will come.But will peace ever find Sarah Bishop?
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more of a teen read. about a young girl whose family gets killed, and she has to make it on her own.
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Noted author Scott O'Dell (Island of the Blue Dolphins, etc.) once again presents a well researched, interest catching historical novel.
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The Revolutionary War has come to her village, and the patriots have made her an orphan without a home. Now the British army is after her for a crimes she didn't commit. Historical fiction. American history
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Sarah Bishop isn't a Tory. She isn't a patriot. Sarah Bishop is a 15 year old girl.
The Revolutionary War has come to her village, and the Patriots have made her an orphan without a home. Now the Brittish army is after her for a crime that she didn't commit.
Running for her life, Sarah finds a cave in the woods. Alone, she makes her home there. The wild animals, the terrible hardships are not as bad as what she left behind. Sarah Bishop vows never to trust anyone again.
The war will end. Peace will come. But will peace ever find Sarah Bishop?
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Interesting book, read it many years ago when I was younger and it was appropriate.
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Almost perfect condition!