She Flew No Flags by Joan Manley

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It's 1944, and ten-year-old Janet Baylor is leaving India with her family to return to the United States after living abroad for seven years. Onboard a troopship, dubbed the U.S.S. You-Know-Who, their perilous journey is filled with excitement and mystery. Because the ship is passing through enemy waters, it must travel incognito and zigzag to avoid torpedoes. As Janet and her brothers explore the ship, the ever curious Janet finds there are secrets to be discovered; she wants to know why the beautiful Ann Dobson is fleeing India and why the Eurasian boy Lee is so mysterious about his past. And when the Baylors finally arrive in America, Janet is amazed by the strangeness of it all as she gets ready to begin her new life.

About Joan Manley

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Joan B. Manley was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan. As a child, Joan spent seven years in India, where she and her brothers attended a boarding school in the Himalayas. Later she worked for twenty years as a teacher in Switzerland and Nigeria. She now lives with her husband David in Colorado Springs, Colorado. They have one adult daughter, Hope.
Published April 24, 1995 by HMH Books for Young Readers. 272 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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