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Just Jane

A Daughter of England Caught in the Struggle of the American Revolution (Great Episodes)

by William Lavender

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  • 22 Currently reading

Published by Gulliver Books Paperbacks .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages336
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7363386M
ISBN 100152054723
ISBN 109780152054724
OCLC/WorldCa58732781


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Just Jane by William Lavender Download PDF EPUB FB2

Just Jane is a wonderful book Just Jane book any Austen fan. It gives a glimpse of her as a real person – flaws and It is a book about knowing yourself, loving yourself for who you are, and not hating yourself for who you're not, a book about realizing your greatest hopes and (82).

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Just Jane: A Daughter of England Caught in the Struggle of the American Revolution (Great Episodes)/5(17). Just Jane, by William Lavender $ + tax at the Parkville Bookworm Just Jane, by William Lavender, is an engaging historical fiction novel for teenagers.

Jane, the title character, is the orphaned teenage daughter of a British earl when she sails across the Atlantic to live with her aunt and uncle/5. It is the inspiration for this book though and now, even though I know I should have already read it, I want to go back and read Jane Eyre.

That's how much I loved this book. Ripley did a phenomenal job of drawing you in, keeping you interested, and just making everything flow so smoothly/5. Maybe, Jane thought-as she had every morning for the last week-just maybe, this will be the day.

Her stout, gray-haired companion found Jane leaning over the railing on the bow, looking straight into the spray-filled wind. She was straining to see a sliver of land through the mist. "Jane. Gracious, child, you'll catch your death-" "Mrs.

Morley Brand: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Just Jane is a fantastic read. Not only do you learn a lot about the revolution, but you have a wonderful story to get caught up in.

This book lets the reader see both sides of /5(6).