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Little House In Brookfield

Little House In Brookfield

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by Dan Andreasen(Illustrator)   Maria D. Wilkes  
Language: English
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Book Summary of Little House In Brookfield

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Before Laura Ingalls was born there was Caroline Quiner, who would grow up to be Ma Ingalls in the Little House books. Five-year-old Caroline lives in a frame house with her mother, grandmother and 5 brothers and sisters.

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Young Caroline Quiner, who would grow up to become Laura Ingalls Wilder's mother, and her family survive their first year without Father in the frontier town of Brookfield, Wisconsin.

Editorial Reviews

Gr 3-6Set in the 1840s, when Brookfield, WI, was a frontier town rapidly increasing in population, this story is the first in yet another series of "Little House" books. It focuses on Caroline Quiner (mother of Laura Ingalls Wilder) as a six-year-old in a family of six children recently left fatherless. Their loving mother brings the grieving family through a difficult winter and into a springtime of hope and anticipation as they work together to cope with the great emptiness left by their father's death. The youngsters experience apprehension concerning the first day of school and the embarrassment of wearing worn clothing and shoes with holes. No matter what the difficulty, Mother and Grandmother kindly and firmly guide the children to accept and make the very best of their situation. They relish the special Christmas bread that Mother bakes and appreciate the kindness of helpful neighbors. As the family survives the hardships of rural-frontier life, they grow in strength, experience, and love for one another. The story works well as historical fiction, giving great attention to interesting details of daily events. Black-and-white drawings provide a clear extension of the text. This warm family story follows nicely in the style of the "Little House" books.Toni Dean, Patchogue-Medford Library, NY

 

Details Of Book : Little House In Brookfield

Book: Little House In Brookfield
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ISBN: 0613095855
ISBN-13: 9780613095853
Binding: Stationary
Publishing Date: 1996-05
Publisher: San Val, Incorporated
Number of Pages: 298
Language: English
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