Gilbert & Sullivan Set Me Free

Gilbert & Sullivan Set Me Free

Book - 2003
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During the early 1900s, a teenaged inmate's dreary life at Massachusetts's Sherborn Prison for Women changes for the better after she becomes a member of the prison choir and participates in the production of the operetta The Pirates of Penzance.
Publisher: New York : Hyperion Books for Children, 2003.
ISBN: 9780786819164
0786819162
Characteristics: 226 p. ; 22 cm.

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debkd Jul 03, 2014

Great idea to turn this true story into a YA historical novel. Highly recommended for readers of all ages who are interested in what life was like for women in early 20th century America. In fact, a book like this can be used for combined study of history and literature.

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whiteshadow13 Jan 31, 2012

During the early 1900s, a teenaged inmate's dreary life at Massachusetts' Sherborn Prison for Women changes for the better after she becomes a member of the prison choir and participates in the production of the operetta "The Pirates of Penzance."

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