Wednesday, March 23, 2016

The Mapmaker's Children by Sarah McCoy

Disclosure - free sample provided.

I am always looking for new books to read.  I was recently introduced to The Mapmaker's Children by Sarah McCoy.  Sarah McCoy is a New York bestselling author.  You may know her from some of her other books.  She is known for The Baker's Daughter, and The Time it Snowed in Puerto Rico.  The Mapmaker's Children was released on February the 9th.  

The Mapmaker's Children is a great historical fiction read.  The book is about the daughter of an abolitionist.  She then uses her talent to create maps for the underground railroad.  The neat part about the story is that she hides the maps in paintings.  This book is also about a woman who has had trouble having children.  She then finds out that she is able to have children.  

The Mapmaker's Children is an interesting read that takes you back in history.  This really is a heartwarming story.  You can learn more about the author here, or read more about the book here.

I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.

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