The lucky girls who were permitted to attend the Wildwood Village Summer Camp got to do a lot of things like making candles, paper, and a quill pen from a feather in the chicken year. They used a saw to make toys, and an foot-powered sewing machine to make a summer top. Actually, though, an electric sewing machine would work. They pressed flowers for a picture, and created Christmas decorations from a lot of things one would never expect to work. Whet these girls did when it rained can be done by anyone. This books had a lot of directions for a lot of things.
Midnight and The Snow Angel
Some things are as clear as night and day. Other things, however, can use the help of a very smart horse.
THE STORY OF MANY BLANKETS
The first four books are set about 200 years ago when the land was occupied by a nomadic tribe who lived in pointed tipi houses. It covers activities from the viewpoint of a thirteen year old girl, Bluebird, who illustrates with charcoal on…
The black and white furry mama had a son who thought with his stomach and not with his head. How could she teach him about the noisy two-legged animals who could gobble him up in one bite? What’s a mama to do with such a stubborn son? Also, a couple…
The Gift of the Snowman
Who would think a snowman would have something to give back? Snows in Oklahoma can sometimes do things one wouldn’t expect, and when a group of girls teamed up on a Christmas project, an unusual Christmas Snow occurred. Just in time. Mr. Okie Snow…
The storm at the pet shop released Mister Mynah and Violet to find a new home. They had a lot to say to each other, but they needed better words to speak with Miranda and Merry Kate. Would it be possible for a couple of chatty birds to learn to…
UNDER THE REDBUDS
It had been just fireside talk from the beginning, born in the frustrated minds of snow-bound Nebraska landowners as they warmed around the pot-bellied stove in the general store. But, as sometimes happens to frustrated talk, the words took legs.…
FROM GUNSHOT TO HOMESTEAD
Roberta Carlile traveled west with the old man and the little girl, and many times she realized she did not care where the destination would take her. The man she loved was gone, and if he was not beside her, what did it matter if she spent her days…
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