I escaped the Salem Witch Trials / Juliet Fry, Scott Peters.
"On a stormy night, young orphan Hannah is terrified to see witches' fingers tapping at her bedroom window. When her best friends tell her witches are sending their spirits to attack them-to pinch them and jab them with needles-Hannah's alarm grows. But then her friends start accusing neighbors of practicing magic, dark arts, and witchcraft. Unfortunately, some of the accused are good people that Hannah has known all her life. Hannah is faced with a terrible choice: to side with her friends, or to fall under suspicion for refusing to name names. Can Hannah appease her friends and escape this scary trial? Can this brave but frightened colonial girl ever hope to escape disaster? Based on extensive research, this inspirational story is exceptionally vivid, swift-paced, and stirring. During the infamous Salem, Massachusetts Witch Trials of 1692, over 200 American men and women were accused of witchcraft and faced terrible trials." --Amazon.
- ISBN: 9781951019181
- ISBN: 1951019180
- ISBN: 9781951019174
- ISBN: 1951019172
- Physical Description: 114 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
- Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Best Day Books for Young Readers, 
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