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Nan Sherwood's Summer Holidays - An Adventurous Summer with a Spirited Young Woman - cover

Nan Sherwood's Summer Holidays - An Adventurous Summer with a Spirited Young Woman

Annie Roe Carr

Publisher: Good Press

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Summary

Annie Roe Carr's 'Nan Sherwood's Summer Holidays' is a delightful coming-of-age novel that follows the adventures of Nan Sherwood, a spirited young woman spending her summer vacation exploring new places and making new friends. Carr's writing style is charming and engaging, making the reader feel as if they are right beside Nan on her journey. The novel is set in the early 20th century, providing readers with insight into the social norms and values of that time period. Carr's attention to detail and vivid descriptions bring the story to life, creating a vivid and immersive reading experience. Annie Roe Carr, a prolific author of juvenile fiction, drew inspiration from her own experiences and observations of young people's lives to create the character of Nan Sherwood. Her deep understanding of the complexities of adolescence is evident in the way she portrays Nan's growth and development throughout the novel. Carr's ability to capture the essence of youth and innocence makes 'Nan Sherwood's Summer Holidays' a timeless classic that continues to resonate with readers of all ages. I highly recommend 'Nan Sherwood's Summer Holidays' to anyone looking for a heartwarming and engaging read that celebrates the joys of youth, friendship, and adventure. Carr's storytelling prowess and relatable characters make this novel a captivating and enjoyable journey that will leave readers feeling nostalgic for their own summer escapades.
Available since: 10/05/2023.
Print length: 121 pages.

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