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Hope is a reread for the umpteenth time When I was wee, I was fascinated with the Shakers Still am, on some level, except now I m pretty sure I couldn t live among them, the way I thought I could before I discovered things This therefore was comfort reading, since I figured I d taken out some pretty heavy stuff The Death of Captain America, anyone It shouldn t be a secret that Hope s been sent to live among the Shakers, along with her little brother, John Coming from a world where s Hope is a reread for the umpteenth time When I was wee, I was fascinated with the Shakers Still am, on some level, except now I m pretty sure I couldn t live among them, the way I thought I could before I discovered things This therefore was comfort reading, since I figured I d taken out some pretty heavy stuff The Death of Captain America, anyone It shouldn t be a secret that Hope s been sent to live among the Shakers, along with her little brother, John Coming from a world where she was her family s mainstay, with close bonds between herself and John especially shortly before the book begins, surrendering her responsibilities and her access to John is a jolt Hope s been made to grow up well before her time now the Shakers are teaching her to be a girl again, one who might take to their ways and contribute her natural talents to their community Gaeddert knows Shakers Literally The back flap copy talks about her experiences visiting and getting to know three Shakers who have probably died since this was written at the real Hancock and New Lebanon settlements In reading this, even with that knowledge in the back of my head, part of me saw the Shakers as impossible but no, this was who they were and how they lived They valued women as highly as men They solved problems most people were content to leave alone view spoiler In the book, this is reflected in John s severe allergies an elder takes the time to determine which allergens were causing his severe reactions and solves the mystery Not only that, he creates objects and situations that will allow John to live a normal life hide spoiler These are the people you can thank for the flat broom, for pete s sake By the end, I half wished I had never developed a desire for things Being a Shaker sounds pretty awesome if you re totally alone in the world and have no particular reason to interact with people of any gender but your own Alas I have people I have reason No Shaker revivals here Just a woman reading a short, sweet book about a time that feels like myth but is really part of this country s history one of the better parts, if you ask me Juve fiction, of courseA wee, small book about the Shakers A young girl and her brother are orphaned and taken in by the Shakers, to be raised in their strict, tight knit community The men and women are separated, which explains why there aren t anyShakers HmmmI liked learning about the Shakers Do my reviews sound like a 5th grader wrote them or what I decided to read this book because it sounded really interesting and my sister recommended it The category on the bingo board that this book completes is a book written before I was born What I liked about this book was the detailed descriptions of what the characters were feeling their emotions I also liked the way that it was written, it showed two different opinions of a life with Shakers One person hated it and wanted to get out of the village and one person loved every minute of it an I decided to read this book because it sounded really interesting and my sister recommended it The category on the bingo board that this book completes is a book written before I was born What I liked about this book was the detailed descriptions of what the characters were feeling their emotions I also liked the way that it was written, it showed two different opinions of a life with Shakers One person hated it and wanted to get out of the village and one person loved every minute of it and wanted to get involved in the crafts in the village What I didn t like about this book was the boring parts where some of the characters were marching around in a room singing I found it boring because it just showed the lyrics of the song and talked about how the people marched around and danced I would recommend this book to anyone aged 5 100 because it is a good book that talks about people called the Shakers and it talks about a girl and her brother s lives as Shakers It is really interesting This novel, a chapter book for children, is about a girl named Hope, who was brought to live with the Shakers with her younger brother John, age 9, by their uncle after the death of their mother It tells of her struggles adapting to the Shaker community and its rules, while her younger brother John flourishes in the same environment While the book does an excellent job presenting the Shakers and their lives, and describes the Hope s emotions very well, it lacks an interesting story line and an This novel, a chapter book for children, is about a girl named Hope, who was brought to live with the Shakers with her younger brother John, age 9, by their uncle after the death of their mother It tells of her struggles adapting to the Shaker community and its rules, while her younger brother John flourishes in the same environment While the book does an excellent job presenting the Shakers and their lives, and describes the Hope s emotions very well, it lacks an interesting story line and any excitment As a result, I do not recommend this book and if any children are interested in the Shakers, I would encourage them to find non fiction resources Read between March 6 April 29 of 1998 Read between March 6 April 29 of 1998 Interesting book for children about the Shakers Not a very satisfying story, but the writing was okay. I learned a lot about Shakers from this book for kids interesting read However, the ending was unsatisfactory. &READ BOOK ⇝ Hope ✐ Hope and her younger brother, John, went to live with the Shakers because they had no other choice Ma had died, Pa was off in the California gold fields, and Uncle Josiah didn t want to raise them But men and women, even boys and girls, must live apart in the Shaker village that s just one of their strange rules And although Hope grows to respect these kind and industrious people, she never stops longing to be reunited with her father