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Little Town On The Prairie

Author: Laura Ingalls Wilder
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0060885432
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Laura spends her fifteenth summer working hard to help send Mary to a college for the blind.

Prairie City

Author: Angie Debo
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 9780806130941
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Prairie City is the social history of a representative midwestern town - a composite of several Oklahoma small towns. Beginning with the "one flashing moment" of the 1889 land run, which opened the "Oklahoma Lands" for white settlement, Angie Debo depicts the struggles of the settlers on the vast prairie to build a community despite seasons of drought, prairie fire, and destitution. Solidly based on historical research, Prairie City chronicles the arrival of the railroad, the growth of political parties and educational institutions, KKK uprisings, the oil boom, the Depression and the New Deal, and the effects of two world wars on small-town America.

Where The Wind Blows

Author: Caroline Fyffe
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781612187129
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Cowboy Chase Logan has been in plenty of touchy situations, but pretending to be the husband of a recent widow and father to her adopted children is the most difficult job he's had yet. Original.

Five Days Left

Author: Julie Lawson Timmer
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698140869
Size: 40.11 MB
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“A beautifully drawn study of what is at risk when you lose control of your own life. Unique, gripping, and viscerally moving—this impressive debut novel heralds the arrival of an extremely talented writer.” —Jodi Picoult, New York Times–bestselling author of Leaving Time Destined to be a book club favorite, a heart-wrenching debut about two people who must decide how much they’re willing to sacrifice for love. Mara Nichols is a successful lawyer, devoted wife, and adoptive mother who has received a life-shattering diagnosis. Scott Coffman, a middle school teacher, has been fostering an eight-year-old boy while the boy’s mother serves a jail sentence. Scott and Mara both have five days left until they must say good-bye to the ones they love the most. Through their stories, Julie Lawson Timmer explores the individual limits of human endurance and the power of relationships, and shows that sometimes loving someone means holding on, and sometimes it means letting go.

Before The Larkspur Blooms

Author: Caroline Fyffe
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781612187136
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After spending eight years in prison for a crime he didn't commit, Thomas Donovan returns home to the windswept prairies of Wyoming hoping to find a second chance at life and only to discover a second chance at love.

Prairie Silence

Author: Melanie Hoffert
Publisher: Beacon Press
ISBN: 0807044741
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A rural expatriate’s struggle to reconcile family, home, love, and faith with the silence of the prairie land and its people Melanie Hoffert longs for her North Dakota childhood home, with its grain trucks and empty main streets. A land where she imagines standing at the bottom of the ancient lake that preceded the prairie: crop rows become the patterned sand ripples of the lake floor; trees are the large alien plants reaching for the light; and the sky is the water’s vast surface, reflecting the sun. Like most rural kids, she followed the out-migration pattern to a better life. The prairie is a hard place to stay—particularly if you are gay, and your home state is the last to know. For Hoffert, returning home has not been easy. When the farmers ask if she’s found a “fella,” rather than explain that—actually—she dates women, she stops breathing and changes the subject. Meanwhile, as time passes, her hometown continues to lose more buildings to decay, growing to resemble the mouth of an old woman missing teeth. This loss prompts Hoffert to take a break from the city and spend a harvest season at her family’s farm. While home, working alongside her dad in the shop and listening to her mom warn, “Honey, you do not want to be a farmer,” Hoffert meets the people of the prairie. Her stories about returning home and exploring abandoned towns are woven into a coming-of-age tale about falling in love, making peace with faith, and belonging to a place where neighbors are as close as blood but are often unable to share their deepest truths. In this evocative memoir, Hoffert offers a deeply personal and poignant meditation on land and community, taking readers on a journey of self-acceptance and reconciliation.

Bittersweet Bliss Saskatchewan Saga Book 5

Author: Ruth Glover
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441239367
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In Bittersweet Bliss, Ruth Glover acquaints readers with two mesmerizing characters and the high emotional stakes on their journeys to find peace and joy. To her fellow townsfolk, Ellie Bonney seems to lead a contented and productive life, keeping house for her father. She is a devoted daughter, loyal friend, and-for the last nine years-steady companion to her patient suitor, Tom. But beneath the surface, Ellie's spirit seethes with an unresolved memory, a secret she wrestles with day and night. Schoolteacher Birdie Wharton has secrets of her own, having fled to the bush from a painful past. In truth, the eserved Birdie longs for love, but who would know this? When a secret admirer begins to send her letters, intrigue sparks Birdie's predictable life. Glover's popular Saskatchewan Saga introduces fiction fans to a warmly-wrought cast of hardy pioneers in the wild parklands of Canada. With her gift for concocting a memorable story, Glover once again keeps readers glued to the pages with this fifth installment of dramas unfolding in Bliss, Saskatchewan.

Little House On The Prairie

Author: Laura Ingalls Wilder
Publisher: Egmont Books (UK)
ISBN: 9781405264143
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Classic tales by Laura Ingalls Wilder about life on the frontier and America’s best-loved pioneer family. The sun-kissed prairie stretches out around the Ingalls family, smiling its welcome after their long, hard journey across America. But looks can be deceiving and they soon find that they must share the land with wild bears and Indians. Will there be enough land for all of them? Little House on the Prairie is the sequel to Little House in the Big Woods and On the Banks of Plum Creek. Beautifully bound in this gift book edition from the Egmont Heritage range, Little House is now even more of a book to be cherished and shared.

The Little House Treasury

Author: Laura Ingalls Wilder
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780060539795
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The complete text and illustrations of three of Wilder's novels about American pioneer life.