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The Little House

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 3, 2013

    Warning: The Nook Book Is an Abridged Version

    If you're wanting the book in its entirety, the Nook version is not the one you want. It's been abridged.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 27, 2006

    Little House

    The Little House by Virginia Lee Burton. This is a good book that would be great for teachers to use in the class room, but I am not sure that it be a popular pick in the library. Burton writes about little house the sits, season after season all by itself only surrounded by rolling hills. As days and months go by the little house watches children swim on hot summer days, and as they went back to school. The leaves fall, then came some snow, but what the little has didn¿t know was things were about to change. No more horse and buggies, new roads starting being built, along with other houses, then big tall buildings. The beautiful and peaceful country setting was vanishing no more sunsets and sunrises to be seen. The little house stayed strong, but became very unhappy. This is a good book to teach about how things change over the course of years, and helps us realize we need to cherish how things are, and to conserve the natural lands that are left. Burton, Lee Virginia. The Little House. New York: Scholastic Inc, 1942

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    Posted September 18, 2011

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