Raising Sweetnessby Diane Stanley, G. Brian Karas
The lovable heroine of Saving Sweetness is back, and she's spunkier than ever! Fed up with the kindhearted sheriff's bumbling attempts to make a home for them, Sweetness and the other orphans decide that it's time to find the sheriff a wife. And when a mysterious letter arrives one day, Sweetness thinks it might hold the solution to their problems. Only problem is, none of them can read the letter to find out! So once again, it's up to Sweetness to save the day. With a rollicking rhythm and hilarious illustrations that capture the spirit of story, this is a sequel that's just as satisfying as the first book.
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Raising Sweetness is one of the cutest childrens books I have read in a long time. This book is a motivational book for children to learn to read as well. The story is about a Man who adopts all of the children in the town orphanage and does his best raising them. However, he badly needs a wife in his life to keep house and cook. One day the family receives a letter, but no one in the family can read! So, Sweetness tries her best to find out how to read and decipher the message of the letter. A GREAT book!!! Suggested Reading level is 3rd-4th grade; however, it could be READ TO younger children.