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Hold on There, Sadie Coggins! Perfect Paperback – 2013

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  • Perfect Paperback: 196 pages
  • Publisher: Maine Authors Publishing (2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1938883365
  • ISBN-13: 978-1938883361
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,998,183 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Perfect Paperback
I loved this story about Sadie, who is growing up without cell phones, iPods and iPads. Where a ten-mile trip has to be thought through. Life was so different then. The story was so heartwarming, I sent it to my 90 year old mom. This is what she said: "What a hard life people led in those days. I got my map out and found the different places where the story is told. I really felt for Sadie and hope there is another book."
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I found this story captivating, very nicely written, and with a charming cover done by the author herself. Although this book is about a 15-year-old girl and would perhaps be considered a young adult choice, I found it very satisfying. Sadie's story takes place in 1873 and the reader learns much about what it was like to grow up in a coastal Maine town during that period of time. There is a great deal of history about fishing, boat building, and farming interwoven into Sadie's story. I found the authentic photos, excerpts from a real diary, and references to the tides and their effects on daily life added much to this lovely book. I highly recommend that readers meet Sadie, her family and classmates and make this visit to the little village of Lamoine, Maine.
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Susan Wuorinen has brought Sadie Coogins, her family and friends, to life. This novel transports the reader to a bygone lifestyle and allows us to feel like we are living in Lamoine, Maine in the 1870's. Sadie is struggling with the limitations a young, free thinking women of her times was confronted with. I was captivated by the emergence of her strong spirit as she faced the realities of her life and times. This is a journey worth taking. Sadie, her family and friends are real, flawed and lovable. I recommend this book to young adults and adults as well.
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