Shannon: A Chinatown Adventure, San Francisco, 1880

Shannon: A Chinatown Adventure, San Francisco, 1880 MOBI

Shannon: A Chinatown Adventure, San Francisco, 1880 ❮PDF❯ ✪ Shannon: A Chinatown Adventure, San Francisco, 1880 Author Kathleen V. Kudlinski – Polishdarling.co.uk In , Shannon O Brien and her family have just come to San Francisco from Ireland On an errand, Shannon meets Mi Ling, a mysterious, frightened Chinese girl Who is she And what is she afraid of The ans Chinatown Adventure, PDF Å In , Shannon O Brien and her family have just come to San Francisco from Ireland On an errand, Shannon meets Mi Ling, a mysterious, frightened Chinese girl Who is she And what is she afraid of The answer sends Shannon on a mad dash up the hills, on the trolley cars, and through the neighborhoods of San Francisco.


10 thoughts on “Shannon: A Chinatown Adventure, San Francisco, 1880

  1. Autumn Johnson Autumn Johnson says:

    Cute and very obvious copycat series to American Girl books Found this for free so read it with my daughter Wouldn t mind readingof them with her since they are so similar in style to the classic American Girl stories.


  2. Laurie Mastrolia Laurie Mastrolia says:

    This was a very quick read off my historical fiction shelf It was one that one of my daughters had It is out of the Girlhhood Journeys collection It was fun to read especially after just moving from the San Francisco Bay Area A bit of history every 2nd or 3rd grade girl should read.


  3. Emily Emily says:

    This book was a little far fetched but a lot happened in a short amount of pages so I m sure it would hold the attention of young readers.


  4. Amie Amie says:

    I love that this series discusses kidnapping, slavery and child labor I always wanted to finish it as a child, I hope it lives up to my expectations


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10 thoughts on “Shannon: A Chinatown Adventure, San Francisco, 1880

  1. Autumn Johnson Autumn Johnson says:

    Cute and very obvious copycat series to American Girl books Found this for free so read it with my daughter Wouldn t mind readingof them with her since they are so similar in style to the classic American Girl stories.


  2. Laurie Mastrolia Laurie Mastrolia says:

    This was a very quick read off my historical fiction shelf It was one that one of my daughters had It is out of the Girlhhood Journeys collection It was fun to read especially after just moving from the San Francisco Bay Area A bit of history every 2nd or 3rd grade girl should read.


  3. Emily Emily says:

    This book was a little far fetched but a lot happened in a short amount of pages so I m sure it would hold the attention of young readers.


  4. Amie Amie says:

    I love that this series discusses kidnapping, slavery and child labor I always wanted to finish it as a child, I hope it lives up to my expectations


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