From Indiana to Oregon, Henderson Luelling and his eight children brought a wagon full of 700 young plants, including many varieties of fruit trees. Based on a true and fascinating story and told from the perspective of one of Luelling’s daughters, this historical fiction novel is packed with educational value. This book is hard to find, but it is included on this list because it is worth tracking down, if possible.
(Reviewed by Jenny Phillips)
|Region||North America, United States|
|The Good and the Beautiful Library||No|