Addie Across the Prairie
This well-written, engaging historical fiction explores what it was like to move from a settled area to the wild prairie. There is a little sibling rivalry (sticking out tongue, saying “I hate you”). It is resolved in a good way, so I don’t feel it is too much of a concern. I like the references to trusting in the Lord and singing hymns. Overall, this is a great and worthwhile book, but I liked The Cabin Faced West more, which is on a very similar subject.
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