|Format:||Print Book 2006|
|Availability:||Available at 2 Libraries 2 of 2 copies|
Salem, 1692. Devils and witches are an accepted fact of life and religion. When some girls in the village begin having fits and tremors, their torments are attributed to the action of witches. Elizabeth Putnam and her parents are different from many of the other village folk, and they doubt the superstitions that terrify the town. As Elizabeth struggles to find her way among the alarming events, she also finds herself at odds with George, her best friend and companion since babyhood. Things come to a head when Elizabeth herself is accused of witchcraft, and George must make a difficult choice between what his community believes and what he knows to be true. Readers start the story in Elizabeth's voice and finish thestory in George's voice, where they learn how he finds a resolution to his heartwrenching predicament and the conclusion of his own side of the story.
|Series||My side of the story.|
-- 17th century
-- Juvenile fiction.
Salem (Mass.) -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Juvenile fiction.
|Publisher|| Boston :Kingfisher,2006
91, 80 pages ; 19 cm.