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The Guardian (Christian Heritage Series:
In the middle of the night, eleven-year-old Josiah Hutchinson hears the howling wolves. They sound lonely, and as the Salem Village residents set cruel traps to kill them, Josiah wonders if there is a better plan to keep them away. But there's no time to think one up as Josiah's Aunt Esther and Cousin Rebecca come to live with the Hutchinsons. His sister, Hope, is enraged to be stuck with loud overweight Rebecca. Hope rebels and begins a friendship forbidden by her parents. Rebecca admires Josiah, and she follows him like a shadow everywhere. Josiah, Hope, and their friends in the village finally devise a dangerous plan to thwart the wolves, and Rebecca tags along. Can Josiah and Hope protect her? Will their daring idea end in disaster?
The Christian Heritage Series is an ongoing line of youth books that explore the role of faith and family throughout American history. These engaging stories help young readers better understand their country, its values, and its God. The Salem Years books take place in early 1690s Massachusetts.
Nancy Rue's writings have appeared in a variety of youth publications, including Clubhouse, Campus Life, and Teens Today. She has won a number of literary honors, including the 1991 C.S. Lewis Honor Book Award.[via]