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After the Rain
After-the-Rain
Book information
Author Mary Pope Osborne
Series My America
Publishers Scholastic
Publication date May 1, 2002[1]
Pages 108
ISBN 9780439201384
Book in series 10
Preceded by My Brother's Keeper
Followed by A Time to Dance
Publication order
Preceded by Flying Free
Followed by Season of Promise

After the Rain: Virginia's Diary, Book Two is historical fiction book written by Mary Pope Osborne. It was the second book in the My America series about Virginia Dickens. It was published in May 2002 and was followed by A Time to Dance.

DedicationEdit

"To Dr. Jack Hrkach, with love and gratitude"

Book descriptionEdit

"In the final months of the Civil War, Ginny and her family move to Washington, D.C. The cold winter brings uncertainty and hardship. Ginny bravely faces the changing times, marked by the assassination of her hero, President Abraham Lincoln."

PlotEdit

CharactersEdit

Main article: List of characters in Virginia's Diaries

AuthorEdit

Main article: Mary Pope Osborne

SequelEdit

Main article: A Time to Dance

AcknowledgmentsEdit

"With special thanks to Amy Griffin, Beth Levine, Diane Garvey Nesin, and Dwayne Howard."

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

See alsoEdit


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