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Hattie Marshall And The Hurricane - cover

Hattie Marshall And The Hurricane

Debra West Smith

Publisher: Pelican Publishing

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Summary

A young teenager battles for survival when a deadly storm hits Louisiana: “Well paced, interesting and with a likable heroine . . . A fun adventure tale.” —Children’s Literature   The winds are picking up. The sky is darkening. Now, as a hurricane begins to destroy the coast of south Louisiana in October 1893, thirteen-year-old Hattie, a girl from Texas, and her friend Eric find themselves in danger. They were enjoying their trip to New Orleans and Grand Isle, but there’s no time for playing now. Fighting their way through the chaos, they must try to help an Acadian family—while also trying to survive themselves . . .
Available since: 11/30/1999.
Print length: 144 pages.

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