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I loved the book and would recommend it to my 7th grade students as well as others.
In the author's notes at the end of the book, Cushman gives the reader a brief history of midwifery and a glimpse into everyday medieval life.
Alyce is a strong female character that young readers will be able to relate to or aspire to be more like.
I love stories of underdogs, and here is one about a poor girl who rises to find her own story and her own skills. Well done.Published 3 months ago by Peg's lit
My review of this book is 4 1/2 stars out of 5 stars because I didn't like that the book left me on a cliff hanger at the very end.Published 5 months ago by Jeanne Madigan
Awful because it was sooooo short. What a tease. Good writing but no real story. Could be developed into a real story but author just stopped. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Nicole Houman
I relly like this book, but it would have been better with more details and better characters. The ending could have been improved a lot too, or even an epilouge would have been... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jennifer O'Connell
Alyce, once only known as Beetle, is taken into an apprenticeship with a village midwife after being found in a dung heap trying to stay warm. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sarah Carling
i really hated it book it was so boring!! please do nof get this book waste of money!! So boring!!Published 7 months ago by carina Cooper