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Remembering Maggie:The Complete Bread Sister Trilogy (The Bread Sister Trilogy Book 1) Kindle Edition

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Product Details

  • File Size: 724 KB
  • Print Length: 301 pages
  • Publisher: Groundhog Press (March 4, 2013)
  • Publication Date: March 4, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BPDVUVE
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #770,481 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Since 1981, Robin Moore has made his full-time living as an author and storyteller. Long before his first book was published, Robin dreamed of being a writer. But he was unsure about how to begin. He had earned a degree in Journalism from The Pennsylvania State University and worked briefly on newspapers and magazines. While this was an excellent way to learn the writer's craft, Robin felt that something was missing. Sometimes the right book at the right time can change a person's life. Someone gave him a copy of Henry David Thoreau's "Walden". In a moment of clarity, Robin realized that this was what he wanted to do: Just as Thoreau had done, he wanted to move up into the woods and live the solitary writer's life. For two and a half years he lived in a cabin in the mountains of Central Pennsylvania with no running water, no indoor plumbing and no modern conveniences. He had no car, no job and no savings. It was then that the idea for his first book, "The Bread Sister of Sinking Creek", came to him. It took him seven years to write his first book. This was the real beginning of his journey as a writer. In the years soon after, he started a family and began a life-long career of writing and storytelling.

He has written more than a dozen books, published by the world's largest publishers and by his own publishing house, Groundhog Press. He served as a combat soldier in Vietnam, earned a Journalism Degree from Penn State University and worked as a newspaper reporter and magazine editor before beginning his career as a storyteller in spoken and written word. He holds a Master's Degree in Oral Traditions and serves on the faculty of the Oral Traditions Program at The Graduate Institute.

He and his wife live on the shores of Lake Galena,surrounded by a 1,300-acre nature preserve in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

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i read this as part of the Complete Bread Sister Trilogy - what an amazing tale! the stories are relatively short, but highly entertaining, telling the tale of the early american frontier from the personal perspective of a very strong-minded young woman who lived her life on her terms. these tales didn't get bogged down in too many of those small details that can interrupt the flow of a story line, which i personally appreciated. spelling and punctuation was pretty good, which was also appreciated.

i don't normally read historical tales, but this was a simple story, very entertaining and perfect for reading on a cold wet afternoon. and as a bonus there's even some simple bread recipes, which i'm going to try. mmmm....fresh baked bread made right at home!
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well, they weren't. While the first one explored a young girl learning to find her strengths, grow doing what she loves and face hardships, the other two just seem to be written for another genre or by another person. Her getting kidnapped by nativesis interesting, but it just seems too good to be true- they never mistreat her in any way and isn't she lucky when they decide to marry her off to the blue-eyed, blonde french descendant native? I also can't understand how Frenchgirl (the guy's sister) knows english and he doesn't, or how our protagonist can live for so long in the village and learn not a single world of the language.

Also, I kept waiting for the whole dog story to be relevant to the third book at some point or other... what was up with that?
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I thought this book started out good and was interesting. The breadmaking seemed a little far fetched to me. I realize it was fiction but really some of this could not have happened. While living with the Indians it is amazing that French girl and her brothers being in the village is never explored. Then to have her husbands foot eaten off by a wolf. Sure. I did not enjoy this book. Wish i hadn't spent the money.
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I loved this book so much. I am only 10 years old and still understood everything in this book. I thought it was kind of scary when the wolves bit firefly's foot off, and I didn't like that so many people died, but I would recommend this book to anyone my age, or any grownup. Thanks for making this book on Kindle.

Molly Player
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very good set of books, factual, easy to follow, you can read one or the whole set, they stand alone. Author took the time to learn about what she was writing about so not only is it a good story there are some real facts in it. Hated my break to be over, wanted to keep reading.
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Robin Moore is coming to our school so I decided to read some of his work to be prepared for any questions the students and parents might have about his writing. I am so glad I did! Mr. Moore writes wonderful stories for all ages. I feel like I know Maggie personally.
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