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Missing piano keys, a "cold" fire, and chickens in the outhouse... Journey to Chatham, Cape Cod, Massachusetts in 1904 to meet Roxane Eldredge in this short-story biography. Spirited and inquisitive as a child, Roxane tries to be good, but gets into scrapes. From pranks to starting a house fire, things go awry. Yet she also exudes responsibility by trapping skunks and picking cranberries to help with family finances and by volunteering at the Chatham Naval Air Station during World War I. Still, even as an adult, she winds up in tight spots. Why does she get stranded in a boat while out…mehr

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Missing piano keys, a "cold" fire, and chickens in the outhouse... Journey to Chatham, Cape Cod, Massachusetts in 1904 to meet Roxane Eldredge in this short-story biography. Spirited and inquisitive as a child, Roxane tries to be good, but gets into scrapes. From pranks to starting a house fire, things go awry. Yet she also exudes responsibility by trapping skunks and picking cranberries to help with family finances and by volunteering at the Chatham Naval Air Station during World War I. Still, even as an adult, she winds up in tight spots. Why does she get stranded in a boat while out fishing?Experience a connection to the past that is full of insights for the present! Enjoyed by adults, teens, families. ¿NOTE: The Surfman's Daughter, historically accurate, was inspired by a journal of remembrances written by Roxane when she was 86 and includes references to the U.S. Life-Saving Service.
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REBECCA LOCKLEAR writes history-focused, interactive, educational books and resources that focus on true events. She's also written and directed more than 40 productions that highlight actual historical events using music, dance, art, and drama. A Cape Cod native, she's an outdoor enthusiast and an overseas international school educator. https://www.rebeccalocklear.com