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The witch of Blackbird Pond

by Speare, Elizabeth George.

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Where To Find It

Call number: Y Fiction, R Newbery Medal 1959

Available Copies: Malletts Youth

Additional Details

Youth level.

In 1687 in Connecticut, Kit Tyler, feeling out of place in the Puritan household of her aunt, befriends an old woman considered a witch by the community and suddenly finds herself standing trial for witchcraft.

Community Reviews


This is an AWESOME book, i would recommend this to everybody who wants a good book. even if the beginning was boring it gets way better just like the Lord of the Rings, people overestimate book POWER.

Good reading

This book is essential reading for children in the United States as it reminds us of our country's prejudices, including racism and religious prejudice that still haunt us today. Kit lives a privileged life before moving to Massachusetts to join her Puritan relatives. As a result of her time there, she learns how wrong it was of her to own and sell slaves back home in Barbados. This opposition to slavery is not historically accurate about the Puritans of the time, although their persecution of Quakers and those whom the Puritans accused of being witches is.

Not that good

This book was not that good. Most of the book was extreamly boring and it had a strange storyline. Not That Good.

Not Good

I dont like this book. I couldnt get past page 30 because it was so boring. I would not recommend it to anybody.

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