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Diary Of A Cabin Girl (The Heritage Diaries) (Volume 1) Paperback – April 19, 2013
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About the Author
Anisa Hardin lives with her parents and two younger brothers in central Ohio. She has been writing ever since she was little. She would write books for her own library where her parents could check them out. She wrote Diary of a Cabin Girl the summer after her seventh grade year. She currently attends high school, where she enjoys her classes and several clubs. Some of her favorite activities are playing piano, spending time with her family, knitting, and embroidery.
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There are a couple of important things that I like about this book. First of all, it does a pretty good job of capturing the thoughts and feelings of a twelve year old girl, even if at times she becomes a bit philosophical. Additionally, for the most part it stayed on topic and didn't veer off onto long, random tangents as some diary books tend to do, while all the same keeping her life interesting. It has a clear message and would most likely keep young girls engrossed for a while. Boys might find the first half a bit tedious, but the fight with the stowaway around mid way through the book should grab their attention. The rest of the book should keep them interested. The ending is a bit fairy tale like, but is conclusive, and doesn't leave you with a cliff hanger, *cough* Louis Lowry *cough*. The book might be a bit simple for adults, but young girls, (and maybe young boys) will enjoy the book. The font was easy to read, and the intermittent pictures brought some life to the story. I got my copy of the book from somewhere else, but all my past experiences with amazon have been great, they ship the product to you pretty fast.
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Nice easy to read book, clear message.
Stays fairly interesting, especially for young girls.
The ending is pretty obvious for an adult.
The main character can seem older than twelve at times.
In my personal opinions, I think that this is a great book for young girls, (maybe even adults) and you might as well buy it if your looking for something to get you free shipping.
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