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What are examples of figurative language in ''The Sign of the Beaver?''

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What are examples of figurative language in The Sign of the Beaver?

The Sign of the Beaver

The Sign of the Beaver is a 1983 children's novel by American author Elizabeth George Speare. The book was adapted into a television move entitled Keeping The Promise and won several awards, including the Josette Frank Award (1983) and Scott O'Dell Award for Historical Fiction (1984).

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The Sign of the Beaver is about a thirteen year-old boy named Matt James Hallowell, a settler in Maine in the early 1800s. Matt is left to guard the...

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The Sign of the Beaver: Summary & Author

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'The Sign of the Beaver' is a historical fiction novel written in 1983 by Elizabeth George Speare. This lesson will give a brief summary of the book, then discuss the author, her other works, and her accomplishments.


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