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Sarah's Daughter
Sarah's Daughter
Author: Ruth Bass
FOR READERS 12 YEARS OLD TO ADULT Rose begins to think of her mother as Sarah because the very word mother makes her cry. She continually asks herself what her mother would do about breakfast for the family; about how to take care of her siblings; about her father s drinking and going off to a hotel almost every evening. After the unusual...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780977405343
ISBN-10: 0977405346
Publication Date: 4/30/2007
Pages: 400
Reading Level: All Ages
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Publisher: Gadd & Company Publishers, Inc.
Book Type: Paperback
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Good read for a tween-ager who liked the Laura Ingalls Wilder series of "Little House" stories. Frontier family suffers a tragedy that puts the oldest daughter in charge of a household long before she was ready to give up her childhood. Also discusses a family's secrets that can arise after the loss of a mother. Good descriptions of how farm and household chores were accomplished by pioneers. As in many frontier stories, the schoolmarm plays a central part in helping the lonely girl.
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