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The true confessions of Charlotte Doyle

by Avi, 1937- .

There are currently 2 available

Where To Find It

Call number: Y Fiction / Avi, R Newbery Honor 1991

Available Copies: Downtown Youth, Pittsfield Youth

7 copies ordered for Library System on 09-19-2014.

Additional Details

"A Richard Jackson book"--Half t.p.

As the lone "young lady" on a transatlantic voyage in 1832, Charlotte learns that the captain is murderous and the crew rebellious.

Community Reviews

Awesome

You may think it's really boring in the beginning, but it picks up really quickly. This is definitely is a must read.

A must read!!!

I recommend this book to everyone I recommend books too. Maria97 up top read it at my suggestion and loved it. It's great for any age :)

READ THIS!

This is my all-time favorite book; I read it every year! In this historical fiction story, a young girl travels across the ocean on a ship to get back to her family from boarding school. When she leaves Europe her actions are bound by the thoughts and opinions of others, and when she gets off the boat, she thinks for herself.

This story is exciting, scary, funny, educational, and just plain wonderful!

Run, don't walk, to the library and pick this one up!!

great book

This is a book about a young girl making a sea voyage to America. Along the way she realizes that she can't trust everyone on the ship, and has to figure out her own way for survival.

Go Charlotte, Go!

An adventurous tale of a young girl who discovers her own courage and potential during a very unusual sea voyage. This story combines action and danger with interesting characters and a good deal of discovering who can you trust isn't always an easy determination.

wow

this is an awesome book another wonderful avi

Another must read

full of action packed chapters with strange twist and turns you cant put this book down for a second. Avi has done it again. Dont just sit here and read this review...GO AND GET IT. trust me, you'll be glad you did.

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