Hannah knew that life and death hung on fragile strings. She lived in Pemaquid, the most northerly English fishing and trading outpost of coastal America, now known as Maine. Accidents, illness, and betrayal could end your life without warning. You never could be sure who were friends or enemies. Who would help you, and who might kill you? In this story a girl, learning medicinal skills, finds help in a friendship with two Penobscot young people. But violence shatters all hopes of survival. This fictionalized story is based on a true event in seventeenth century Maine.
Suitable for Young Adults 9+ Years.
EXCERPT OF BOOK
See an excerpt of Downwind From Pemaquid.
NEWS & EVENTS
10/9/13 – Downwind from Pemaquid just released and available for purchase.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Sarah Jane (Sally) Woolf-Wade lives in New Harbor, Maine, and has often walked through the restoration of the Pemaquid site. Her research has brought the inhabitants to life, gasping in terror at the fiery destruction of the first colony. Sally’s writing has appeared in over 30 publications, and she has published two poetry books: Nightsong and Down the Bristol Road.
Contact Sally at firstname.lastname@example.org.