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Witches' Children: A Story of Salem

by Patricia Clapp

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Witches' Children is narrative of a young child telling her story of the Salem Witch Trails. It tells the story of her going through this hard time and how it all happened in her time. The story also explains all of the women who were involved with the witch trails and their families .
  agwood | Apr 10, 2010 |
This story follows ten young girls in seventeenth century New England as they experience chilling visions of the Devil. The town elders investigate and conclude that the wicked influence of witches is to blame. This book is based on the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. I think this might be a good piece of historical fiction to integrate into a study of this particular time period. ( )
  cnwilliamson | Feb 8, 2010 |
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During the winter of 1692, when the young girls of Salem suddenly find themselves subject to fits of screaming and strange visions, some believe that they have seen the devil and are the victims of witches.
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During the winter of 1692, when the young girls of Salem suddenly find themselves subject to fits of screaming and strange visions, some believe that they have seen the devil and are the victims of witches.

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During the winter of 1692, when the young girls of Salem suddenly find themselves subject to fits of screaming and strange visions, some believe that they have seen the devil and are the victims of witches. Recreates the terror of the Salem witch trials as seen through the eyes of Mary Warren, one of ten girls who were thought to be possessed.… (more)

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