A True and Faithful Narrative

By Katherine Sturtevant
Publisher Farrar Straus Giroux Imprint Farrar, Straus and Giroux ISBN


A True and Faithful Narrative

Out of stock
It's 1861 in London, and sixteen-year-old Meg Moore, the daughter of a bookseller, longs to be a writer. Marriage holds little appeal for her, and when her best friend's brother, Edward, asks to court her before he leaves on a journey, Meg jokes that she'd rather he get captured by pirates so that she could write about it. Then Edward is captured by pirates- and Meg worries that it's her fault.
More Information

Standard MARC Records

Download Standard MARC Records

Cover Art

Download Cover Art

Advanced Readers (Grades 6-9)

Advanced Readers

Advanced Readers (Grades 6-9)

For Grades 6-9

Your pre-teen and teen readers won't be able to get enough of these selections. The 12 books here are a bit longer than our B category titles, with more challenging storylines and a wealth of thought-provoking nonfiction.

12 books per Year
$243.96 per Year

Diversity, Fiction, High Interest/Reluctant Reader, Struggling Readers, Novels, Funny/Humorous, Realistic Fiction

Like this book? Get more like this every month.