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on 3 April 1998
when compared to books in general this would be a ten, like all of Ann Rinaldi's work, but when compared to her other books (such as Hang a Thousand Trees With Ribbons) I give it an Eight.
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on 29 December 1998
I read this book in 4th grade, and 3 years later I still remember how good it is. Ann Rinaldi is a wonderful writer. If you know her address please give it to me at RISHIOM@aol.com
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on 1 February 1999
I cried in this book. I feel that Rachel maybe should have given a little more to Matthew. I feel that the Adamses were a little mean, letting her go.
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on 20 March 1999
'The Fifth of March' was the sixth or seventh Ann Rinaldi I've read, and frankly, it just wasn't as good.
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on 16 January 1998
This novel is about a young woman growing up during the Revolutionary War.The story includes the Boston Massacre and other important historic events during that time.A fantastic read for young adult history buffs.Strongly reccomended.
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