Ann Rinaldi Message Board

Adnamarine posts on 11/19/2005 3:06:12 PM Is the book about Phillis Wheatley good? I've read pretty much all her others, but I never read that one. My favorites of hers so far are The Last Silk Dress, Time Enough for Drums, and... burn it, I can't remember what it's called! It's one during the revolutionary war, the Boston Masacre... I think... I'm not sure if this is the one I'm thinking of, but it might be The 5'th of March. Not sure. Ta! ~Adna
maura posts on 11/19/2005 1:41:55 PM Phillis's master was John Wheatley but Nathaniel took care of her mostly. If you have any questions ask me because I just read the book and I have a copy here!
Cade posts on 11/10/2005 10:40:48 AM Ann (or who ever runs the site)I need info on how you recomend how to start writing.please :)or:(

Nina posts on 11/3/2005 10:43:11 PM which character would be the best/easiest to analyze?
Lady posts on 10/20/2005 9:48:43 PM it might help if you said WHICH book. ann rinaldi has written a fair few you know...
stephanie posts on 10/20/2005 9:43:51 PM i think this book was kinda inspiring. does anybody know what the master's name was? i forget.i need it for a book report and i lost the darn book.
Maria posts on 9/24/2005 11:22:29 PM I've read almost all of your books and think they're awsome! Keep them comming! I love history and the way you tie in a great story is great! Keep up the good work.
Halle posts on 9/21/2005 9:51:32 PM I need some examples of how the Wheatleys failed to prepare phillis for the life of a free African american woman...
Gala posts on 9/21/2005 2:02:32 PM Life today is much diffrent today then the story of Numbering all the Bones but the book has got my attention and now Iam just picking up the book and every day Iam just reading it and I can't stop because the book is just so intresting to me and the people I have talked into reading it.I have learned more about my African American herratige and I really think Ann Rinalda is a very good Author.
shauntel lewis posts on 5/25/2005 11:39:09 AM can i say something? ive been lookin for something like this website so i could say something. so now that i have i would like to say: ann thank you sooo much for writting some real and non-reale things in history! it got me into history soo bad. and now it's like every time i read a book of yours i can some how rea-late to what the charters are going threw. its really kool if you think about it. and i dont know but after reading one of your books its made me want to actully want to put all of my short stoires that i have and make it a really big one. like if i can reamber right dont you or didnt you go to a collage or teach at one? wich one did you go to? cause i want to go to a collage that will help me boost up my confadince someday. like i said befor i dont know its just one of my many deams that prob wont happend. but any way i thought i should let you know that im a really, really big fan of yours! (sounds silly when i say out loud.) ha. well i've gotta go so i hope you read this.. bye
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