The witch of Blackbird Pond

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  • This is Kathrine Tyler, or Kit who is described as a girl with brown hair and tan skin. Her eyes are almond shaped and brown. Kit is a brave, fearless, and kind character.  When a girl drops her doll, Kit jumps off of the boat and retrieves the doll from the water. 
  • This is Hannah Tupper. She is an old kind woman who is described with gray hair and hazel-green eyes. She is also described with a tabby-cat who is orange . Hannah is a sweet, caring, and innocent old woman who will never judge a book by it's cover
  • The is Nathaniel Eaton, or Nat. Nat is described to have sandy-blond hair, and  bright blue eyes. He is said to be tall, and Kit goes only up to his shoulder.  Yet Nat is said to be wiry and thin. Nat is a  man who has a strong attribute of jealousy. When Kit talks to William and the two get closer,  Nat puts flaming pumpkins in Williams home that he built. 
  • This is Mercy Wood. Mercy is described to have eyes as gray as the rain.  She is said to be shorter and lame in one leg. Because of a fever as a child, she needs to walk with a crutch. Mercy is a sweet character who Kit finds friendly . Mercy is a bit shy but has a big heart. 
  • This is Judith Wood. Judith is less kind than her sister Mercy, and more jealous or arrogant.  Judith in multiple scenes gives an attitude to Kit, and at one scene even tells Mercy how much she hates Kit, and how jealous she is of her.  She also believes that the men who Kit possibly has a relationship with all should be with her. 
  • This is John Hulbrook. John Holbrook  is a puritan visiting from another city to study under a religious leadre of Wethersfeild named Dr. Bulkeley. 
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