Fourteen-year-old Jane Prentice, orphaned daughter of an English earl, arrives in Charleston, South Carolina, in 1776 to find her family and her loyalties divided over the question of American independence.
|Genre||Fiction., Juvenile fiction.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.L416 Ju 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||277 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||277|
|LC Control Number||2001001047|
Just Jane, by William Lavender $ + tax at the Parkville Bookworm Just Jane, by William Lavender, is an engaging historical fiction novel for teenagers. Jane, the title character, is the orphaned teenage daughter of a British earl when she sails across the Atlantic to live with her aunt and uncle/5. It is the inspiration for this book though and now, even though I know I should have already read it, I want to go back and read Jane Eyre. That's how much I loved this book. Ripley did a phenomenal job of drawing you in, keeping you interested, and just making everything flow so smoothly/5. Maybe, Jane thought-as she had every morning for the last week-just maybe, this will be the day. Her stout, gray-haired companion found Jane leaning over the railing on the bow, looking straight into the spray-filled wind. She was straining to see a sliver of land through the mist. "Jane! Gracious, child, you'll catch your death-" "Mrs. Morley Brand: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Just Jane is a fantastic read! Not only do you learn a lot about the revolution, but you have a wonderful story to get caught up in. This book lets the reader see both sides of /5(6).