- 4th of July
- Baby Dedication
- Father's Day
- Good Friday
- Jewish Holidays
- Mother's Day
- New Baby
- New Year's
- Palm Sunday
- St. Patrick's Day
- Valentine's Day
- Grade Level▼▲
- Media Type▼▲
- Guides & Workbooks▼▲
- Author / Artist▼▲
- Top Rated▼▲
Have questions about eBooks? Check out our eBook FAQs.
"It's Tracy," Mother said. "She has scarlet fever."
"Scarlet fever?" Lizabeth repeated. Her little sister had scarlet fever?
"It will be all right, I know it will." Aunt Jean put her arm around Mother's shoulders.
Rose took Lizabeth's hand. "My father said almost everyone in Cranberry recovered."
"But some didn't." Mother whispered.
"Tracy has always been a strong, sturdy little girl, the picture of health," Aunt Jean said.
Lizabeth looked from Mother to Aunt Jean and back again. Mother panics too easily, she thought. Tracy will be all right. Scarlet fever wasn't that bad, was it?
Lizabeth's younger sister, Tracy, contracts scarlet fever and Lizabeth is sent to live temporarily with her cousin Kat and her family. As Tracy battles for her life, Lizabeth must decide what people and values are most important to her.
The quiet New England town of Cape Light never seems to change. But in the year 1905, the lives of four young friends will be transformed in ways they never could have imagined. Recommended for ages 10 and up.
|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Publication Date: 2009
Katherine is the daughter of the lighthouse keeper. She dreams of becoming a painter. But in 1905, a girl can't grow up to be a famous artist -- can she?
Rose just moved to the town of Cape Light. She wants to fit in with her new friends, but Rose has a secret she can't share with anyone ...
Lizabeth is Kat's rich cousin who always gets what she wants. But Lizabeth soon finds out that money can't keep her from losing the most precious thing of all ...
Amanda's mother passed away, and now Amanda keeps house for her minister father. When she meets a very special young man, can she find the courage to be friends with him in spite of her father's disapproval?
The quiet New England town of Cape Light never seems to change. But starting in 1905, the lives of these four friends will be transformed in ways they never could have imagined ...
Thomas Kinkade is America's most collected living artist, a painter-communicator whose tranquil light-infused art brings hope and joy to millions. His work affirms the basic values of family, faith in God, and the harmonious beauty of nature.
Erika Tamar is the award-winning author of nineteen books for children, including The Junkyard Dog, winner of the California Young Reader Medal and the Virginia Young Readers Award, and The Midnight Train Home, winner of the Western Writers of America Spur Award for best juvenile fiction.