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The Cabin Faced West
The Cabin Faced West
Author: Jean Fritz
"A satisfying story which conveys some of the loneliness, despair, and hardships of pioneer life" (Booklist) from the recipient of the Laura Ingalls Wilder Award for "substantial and lasting contribution to children's literature."
ISBN-13: 9780698200166
ISBN-10: 0698200160
Publication Date: 3/3/1958
Pages: 128
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
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Publisher: Putnam Juvenile
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback
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good, good, good. good author, good story, good history.
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"No more complaints about the West - or you'll get a bucket of cold water on your head. That's the rule."

Ann's brothers take the rule seriously, but for Ann it is so hard not to complain, not to feel lonely. How she misses her friends back in Gettysburg! How long the days are here in the wilderness of Western Pennsylvania!

Then one exciting day a stranger rides up the hill. Ann shares a moment of history with a great American, and learns at last the true meaning of her cabin in the West.
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Satisfying story that conveys the loneliness and hardships of pioneer life
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