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Red River GirlReading Red River Girl Author Norma Sommerdorf Tushna hram.ru It's August 1846 in the northern Midwest territory and Josette Dupre has just turned thirteen The daughter of a French trader and an Ojibwe woman she has bigger dreams than most girls of the day dream It's August in the northern Midwest territory and Josette.

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REVIEW Red River Girl 108 ñ ❴Reading❵ ➽ Red River Girl Author Norma Sommerdorf – Tushna-hram.ru It's August 1846 in the northern Midwest territory and Josette Dupre has just turned thirteen The daughter of a French trader and an Ojibwe woman she has bigger dreams than most girls of the day dream It's August in the northern Midwest terriRain traveling south to St Paul Now Josette must face the reality of abandoning her dreams and leaving behind everything connected with her mother's memory In this engaging historical novel a determined young girl struggles not only with the savage wilderness in which her family is forced to make a home but with the knowledge that there is no going back..

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  • Latasha

    REVIEW Red River Girl 108 Red River GirlI really enjoyed that this book was written by journal entries telling you the story of how St Louis was founded They young girl of the story was easy to relate to and so lovable It was easy to see her heartbreak and trials of growing up without a mother I really enjoyed i


  • Josie

    REVIEW Red River Girl 108 Red River Girl1850s historical fiction from a Metis French Canadian Anishanabe in this case girl's point of viewWe have it in the SCCS library if you're interested It was intended for the 5th grade social studies class but the reading level might be too high