The Other Elizabeth

The Other Elizabeth

Book - 1982
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It happened one hundred years ago it happened today It was a lovely day in June. Elizabeth was enjoying a visit to Upper CanadaVillage with her Grade Seven class when a strange compulsion urged her toward Cook s Tavern. Curious, she walked into the old building, and stepped into the past A fire burns in the fireplace... men in buckskins sit around the tables... she is wearing a long dress of grey homespun... "Why, it's young Elizabeth Frobisher," said one of the men. "But I'm not," Elizabeth wanted to say, "I'm not Elizabeth Frobisher I m Elizabeth Duncan A story to fascinate readers of all ages - rich in historical detail - but above all, a good adventure tale, beautifully told. ..".a time-shift story in which...the transition is handled with remarkable skill..." (Globe & Mail) Karleen Bradford is an award-winning writer of historical and fantasy fiction for children and young adults. Born in Canada, she lived in Argentina until she went back to Toronto to university. After university she married a young Geography student who morphed into a Foreign Service Officer with the Canadian Government and they spent the next 34 years travelling the world. Grist for the writing mill. Husband retired, she now lives near Orillia, Ontario. During a school visit a young boy once asked her, How many books are you going to write before you die? It s 24 and counting. You can check out Karleen s work at www.karleenbradford.com and follow her blog at http: //karleensblog.wordpress.com
Publisher: Gage, 1982
ISBN: 9780771570049
077157004X

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