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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 10, 2008

    This book is fantastic!

    I love this book! It gives a look back at what life was like then. The books before Laura Ingalls are great because it shows Laura's family and their everyday lives. This is a really great book. It has a touch of sadnes, but the cheery feeling of this book completely makes up for it!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 29, 2002

    One of my #1 favorites books!!!

    This book really shows you how life was like for a young girl a long time ago.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 21, 2001

    Caroline Quiner in a whole new look!

    This is a book about the way and life style that Laura's Mother had to grow up in......I would really recommend this book..for any age....

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 8, 2000

    It is well worth the read

    I thought that it was a very good read and i didn't find it a tiny bit babyish for my age group (13 years).

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 10, 2000

    'Ma Ingalls' childhood' in a brand new series of Little House books

    Laura Ingalls Wilder's MA is Caroline Quiner, a six year old residing in Brookfield, Wisconsin in 1845. She is the fourth oldest Quiner child. Caroline's Father Henry Quiner had been lost at sea a year earlier and the family has to pull together the first year after his absence.Caroline learns how to stitch samplers, and wear 'big sister' Martha's hand me downs.Grandma Quiner lives with them in the household.Maria D.Wilkes, the author does a fine sketch of Caroline(Quiner)Ingalls in this new spin off series from the 'Little House' books.Caroline celebrates her fith and sixth birthdays and encounters two fancy dressed up snobby girls at church.

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