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by Mary Francis Shura

ePub Gabrielle Sunfire download
Author:
Mary Francis Shura
ISBN13:
978-0590431330
ISBN:
0590431331
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Publisher:
Scholastic (June 1, 1987)
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ePub file:
1672 kb
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1233 kb
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Rating:
4.6
Votes:
808

Is it the showboat magic that makes him love her? She's a showboat star.

The books were written by a group of authors, including Vivian Schurfranz (9), Jane Claypool Miner (6), Candice F. Ransom (6), Mary Francis Shura (6), Jeffie Ross . The Sunfire books contained two themes: history and romance. Ransom (6), Mary Francis Shura (6), Jeffie Ross Gordon (2), and Willo Davis Roberts (3). Structure of the novels. Each book featured a teenage girl who experienced a particular period or event in American history. At the same time, with very few exceptions, the girl was torn between two potential lovers

by Mary Francis Shura (Author). Book 24 of 32 in the Sunfire Series. As a Sunfire heroine, Gabrielle is pretty good. She has most of the Sunfire hallmarks; pretty, niave, immature but matures through the book, smart & likable.

by Mary Francis Shura (Author). I don't like how self absorbed she is written though.

Mary Francis Shura Craig, née Young was an American writer of over 50 novels from 1960 to 1990. Fant and Mary Francis (Milstead) Young. She studied at Maryville State College. Her family moved to the Pacific Northwest

Mary Francis Shura Craig, née Young was an American writer of over 50 novels from 1960 to 1990. Her family moved to the Pacific Northwest. On 24 October 1943, she married Daniel Charles Shura, who died in 1959. They had three children: Marianne Francis Shura (Sprague), Daniel Charles Shura, and Alice Barrett Shura Craig (Stout). On 8 December 1961, she married Raymond C. Craig. They had a daughter Mary Forshay Craig before their divorce. lt;/p

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The Sunfire books contained two themes: history and romance ( Gabrielle by Mary Francis Shura

The Sunfire books contained two themes: history and romance. At the same time, with very few exceptions, the girl was torn between two potential lovers. The girl was typically ahead of her time in ideas and actions and the suitor she almost always chose was the one who approved of or accepted her actions. Gabrielle by Mary Francis Shura. After Gabrielle Prentice, a performer on her father's showboat, meets David Wesley and spends a week on his family's farm, she discovers that farm life is not what she imagined. Merrie by Vivian Schurfranz.

Gabrielle by Mary Francis Shura is a historical and romantic story about a 16 year old girl growing up on her father's showboat. She must make some important decisions in her life, including choosing her true love. I thought that this was an interesting scene for the backdrop of a Sunfire novel.

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After Gabrielle Prentice, a showboat actress, meets David Wesley, a handsome farmer, and spends a week with his family, she learns that life on the farm is not what she imagined
  • Gabrielle, a sixteen-year-old girl, has to make a tough decision- whether or not to stay on her father's showboat with him and pursue her dream, which is to one day own a showboat of her own. It's love at first sight when David Wesley lays his eyes on Gabrielle. He encourages her to visit his home, on land, and she eventually gives in, giving herself the chance to experience what life is life off the showboat. Gabriells soon learns that life with David is difficult, because his mother, as well as the other people on shore, will never accept the fact that she is a showboat person. Does she truly love David, or will her heart desire someone else, someone who has loved her and longed for her more than she ever knew?
    Yes, this book was good. The plot was very interesting, and it did not give away what would happen in the future. The reason this book was rated 3 stars was because the author focused too much time off the showboat, rather than on it. After a while, Gabrielle's days began to blend together. I would have loved to hear more about Stephen (the man that secretly cares for Gabrielle). "Gabrielle" was a good book though, and anyone that enjoys the Sunfire Romance collection will like this one.

  • I enjoyed the book and the wonderful setting in the opening. Although, I liked the book and it's wonderful tale of a girl who grows up on a showboat I didn't enjoy the fact she left it half way through the book to arrive at a boring scene in the countryside. I enjoy wonderful books about girls and their lives in the country but the way the story runs a person becomes unentertained and starts wanting to flip ahead to the return of Gabrielle on the boat. I found the ending adorable and enjoyable which brought my 2 rating (which began as a 5 in the beginning) back up to a 4. It was a book that helps a person come to appreciate their world and the people within it.

  • If there was a zero star the book would definitely get that, the plot was stupid and predictable and the climax was a total of three short paragraphs, save yourself a wasted minute and don't read this tedious, tiresome book

  • I OWN ALL BUT ONE SUNFIRE ROMANCE AND I LOVE THEM ALL EXCEPT
    THIS ONE. GABRIELLE ENDS UP WITH A GUY WHO TREATED HER LIKE
    DIRT FOR THE WHOLE BOOK. HE EVEN CALLED HER A [tramp]. THEN
    ON THE LAST PAGE HE DECLARES HIS LOVE AND SHE'S ALL FOR IT.
    IT'S A HORRID STORY AND NOT WORTHY OF THE SUNFIRE NAME.
    PICK ANY OTHER SUNFIRE...AND ENJOY.