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The Cabin Faced West
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Book Review

Reviewed by Tim Stevenson

The Cabin Faced West by Jean Fritz

Illustrated by Feodor Rojankovsky

Published by Puffin Books, 1987


bulletShows that in time struggles will pass and good will come.
bulletHistorical fiction as well has having some real events, it is educational.
bulletThis book is fun and brings you into what is going on. You feel the emotions of the characters.
bulletThis story is told from a girls perspective, and is about her move into the middle of nowhere during the Revolutionary War era. She hates where she lives and is very lonely, missing her friends from back home. This book tells her struggles, how she comes through them, her new life, and how she eventually becomes happy where she lives.
bullet4th grade