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Caroline and Her Kettle Named Maud
Caroline and Her Kettle Named Maud
Author: Miriam E. Mason
When Caroline Howard's family moved to Michigan with the migrating pioneers, everyone received farewell presents. Her uncles (she had seventeen of them!) were given guns. Caroline wanted one too, but she received only a shiny copper kettle. — Caroline had always had great fun with her uncles. They took her riding and fishing and made quite a pet ...  more »
ISBN: 137530
Publication Date: 1951
Pages: 134
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Publisher: The MacMillan Company
Book Type: Hardcover
Large Print: Yes
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Wonderful book about a young pioneer girl who is surrounded by men and boys, except for her mother. Wholesome tale that deals with how she handles the prevailing view of what is and what is not appropriate for a young lady to participate in. My children (6yo and 3.5 yo) really enjoyed this book!