Fever 1793 - Laurie Halse Anderson Fever 1793 by Laurie Halse Anderson Genre: Juvenile Historical Fiction Published in 2000 Recommended Age : 12 and Up Summary: Fever 1793 is about the yellow fever epidemic in Philadelphia that happened in the late summer of 1793. August 1793. Fourteen-year-old. As the cemeteries fill with fever victims, fear turns to panic, and thousands flee the city. —The New York Times Book Review.
Review Fever 1793 by Laurie Halse Anderson We follow the epidemic through Matilda Cook and her small of family and friends. Thursday, July 4th, 2013 at AM filed under Book Review, Rating 4 Stars. Fever 1793 documents the events surrounding the yellow fever epidemic that.
Fever 1793 - Laurie Halse Anderson - Google Books In the beginning of the book Matilda, her Mother, and her Grandfather ran a Coffee Shop. From Fever 1793 "Where's Polly?" I asked as I dropped the. But the waterfront is abuzz with reports of disease. "Fever" spreads from the. Preview this book.
Laurie Halse Anderson - pedia Matilda’s Mother is planning to get her married but Matilda already has her eye on Nathaniel Benson, a painter’s apprentice. Laurie Halse Anderson born October 23, 1961 is an American writer best known for children's. The book received three starred reviews, was nominated for several state awards, and received national recognition from the. Fever 1793 was an ALA Best Book for Young Adults selection and a Junior Library Guild selection.
Fever 1793 Book Review Summary - Mattie spends her days avoiding chores and making plans to turn the family business into the finest Philadelphia has ever seen. Disease sweeps the streets, destroying everything in its path and turning Mattie's world upside down. The Yellow Fever epidemic of 1793 is breaking loose. When her mother becomes ill with the fever, Mattie must flee from Philadelphia. She soon learns that the.
Fever 1793 Book Review and Ratings by Kids - Laurie Halse. At her feverish mother's insistence, Mattie flees the city with her grandfather. Fever 1793 has 63 reviews and 43 ratings. Reviewer. had to read it. Over all I thought that this book was exiting yet informative at the same time.
Fever 1793 Kidsreads But she soon discovers that the sickness is everywhere, and Mattie must learn quickly how to survive in a city turned frantic with disease. Review. Fever 1793. by Laurie Halse Anderson. August, 1793. Heat hangs. of a fever coming on. And that's a sure sn of a really good book.
Children's Book Review Fever 1793 by Laurie Halse Anderson. "Extremely well researched, Anderson's novel paints a vivid picture of the seedy waterfront, the devastation the disease wreaks on a once thriving city, and the bitterness of nehbor toward nehbor as those suspected of infection are physiy cast aside. The opening scene of Anderson's ambitious novel about the yellow fever epidemic that ravaged Philadelphia in the late 18th century shows a hint of the gallows.
Fever, 1793 Chapter 19 Summary - Shmoop Heat hangs ominously over the city of Philadelphia in what seems to fourteen-year-old Mattie like a never-ending heat wave. Free summary and analysis of Chapter 19 in Laurie Halse Anderson's Fever, 1793 that won't make you snore. We promise.
Fever, 1793 Chapter 21 Summary - Shmoop Everyone is cranky and tired, especially Mattie's mother, who hasn't been the same since Mattie's father died. On the day the news arrives that Polly, the shop's serving girl and Mattie's friend has died, Mattie hears the first gossip of a mysterious illness. Free summary and analysis of Chapter 21 in Laurie Halse Anderson's Fever, 1793 that won't make you snore. We promise.