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by Laurie Lawlor

  • ISBN: 0671701479
  • Author: Laurie Lawlor
  • ePub ver: 1525 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 128
  • Publisher: Aladdin (April 1, 1991)
  • Formats: txt docx lrf azw
  • Category: Kids
  • Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
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Addie Across the Prairie Paperback – April 1, 1991.

Addie Across the Prairie Paperback – April 1, 1991. by Laurie Lawlor (Author). Book 2 of 5 in the Addie (Lawlor, Laurie) Series. She enjoys many speaking engagements at schools and libraries, and her books have been nominated for many awards. She lives in Evanston, Illinois, with her husband, son, daughter, and two large Labrador retrievers. This book is part of the American Sisters series.

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Addie across the prairie. New York : Pocket Books. Lawlor, Laurie; Owens, Gail, ill. Publication date. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; americana. Book in the Addie Series). ISBN13: 9780671701475. Release Date: April 1991. Publisher: Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books. There seemed to be no edge to the land. Published April 1, 1991 by Aladdin.

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Author Laurie Lawlor. Original title Addie Across the Prairie. Unhappy to leave her home and friends, Addie reluctantly accompanies her family to the Dakota Territory and slowly begins to adjust to life on the prairie. Genre Fiction → Children & Young Adult → Historical Fiction → United States and Canada → Pioneers/westward Movement.

We’re across the Mississippi! he said, hugging her joyously They had come in the covered wagon all the long way from the Big Woods of Wisconsin, across Minnesota and Iowa and Missouri. All that long way, Jack had trotted under the wagon.

We’re across the Mississippi! he said, hugging her joyously. They had come in the covered wagon all the long way from the Big Woods of Wisconsin, across Minnesota and Iowa and Missouri. Now they set out to go across Kansas.

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Nobody said pionerring would be easy!

Addie's a pioneer now in the vast Dakota territory, far from her friend Eleanor and Iowa. And now she must care for her youngetst brother as Ma, Pa, and the older boys and Mr. and Mrs. Fency leave to build a home before winter comes. She's all alone with two year-old Burt when the terrifying prairie fire begins!

How can she save herslef and little Burt before the raging fire steals their home and their lives!

Comments (5)

Qucid
This is the novel that inspired my pioneer phase when I was 8 or 9. (I have yet to outgrow this phase.) My biggest regret during this stage of life was that I had been born in the 19990's rather than the 1840's. (Ok, I'll admit I'm now thankful for modern medicine and women's suffrage.) BUT, this is an excellent novel for both boys and girls-full of adventure, family and pioneer-y stuff.
Freighton
This book was a O.K. book. It was about a little girl named Addie and her family. They moved a very long way leaving behind family and friends. The place they moved to is a vast, open place in Dakota. While they were getting settled,they stayed with the Fencys. The Fencys helped them and they got settled. I liked this book.
by:Amanda McCoy
Kulafyn
This book needs much more exitement. It is dull, because there is not a MAJOR proplem. The base of the story is what millions of people incountered, and the time setting was way off. Traveling west in 1884? If you want exitement, get a book by Robert Burch.
Cemav
My granddaughter said it arrived promptly and in good condition and she likes it very much.
Zovaithug
In 1883, nine-year-old Addie must unhappily and reluctantly move, with her parents, younger brothers George, Lew, and Burt, and baby sister Nellie May, away from her home in Sabula, IA, and her friend Eleanor, to Pa's new claim in the Dakota Territory, right next to an Indian reservation. After braving the trip, she must care for her youngest brother as Ma, Pa, the older boys and their new friends Mr. and Mrs. Fency leave to build a home before winter comes. She is all alone with two year-old Burt when a terrifying prairie fire begins! How can she save herself and little Burt before the raging fire steals their home and their lives? And will she be able to adjust to life on the prairie?
This is good historical fiction about how moving with their families from settled areas to the prairie wilderness affected children. The book has some sibling rivalry and sparring, where Addie's brother George teases her and she replies, "I hate you," but this is part of the plot that is eventually resolved in a satisfactory way. I especially liked the occasional reference to trusting in the Lord and the use of the hymn "Beulah Land." The only objectionable item is a reference to tobacco use. Trained as a journalist, author Laurie Lawlor, worked for many years as a free-lance writer and editor before devoting herself full-time to the creation of children's books. She enjoys many speaking engagements at schools and libraries, and her books have been nominated for many awards. She lives in Evanston, Illinois, with her husband, son, daughter, and two large Labrador retrievers. This book is part of the American Sisters series.

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