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Across the Rolling River (Little House) [Paperback]

By Celia Wilkins, Dan Andreasen (Illustrator), Gregory James, Ophlie Ferlier (Contributor) & Dario Gamboni (Contributor)
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Pages   254
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 0.75" Width: 5.25" Height: 7.75"
Weight:   0.4 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Sep 1, 2001
Publisher   HarperTrophy
Age  8-12
ISBN  0064407349  
EAN  9780064407342  
UPC  046594005953  

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Item Description...
Follows the experiences of Caroline Quiner, who will become Laura Ingalls Wilder's mother, and her family on their farm on the Wisconsin frontier during the year in which Caroline turns twelve. Simultaneous.

Publishers Description

The Little House books have captivated millions of readers with their story of Laura Ingalls, a little pioneer girl growing up on the American frontier. Now travel back to the generation before Laura's and read the story of Caroline Quiner, the little girl who would grow up to be Ma Ingalls in the beloved Little House books.

The little town of Concord, Wisconsin, is bustling with new settlers from the East. Caroline is now eleven years old, and she can't wait to go to the town's new school. Her days are full with classes, chores, and harvesttime. Wisconsin has its very first state fair, and Caroline becomes friends with a fiddle-playing boy from accross the river, a boy named Charles Ingalls.

Across The Rolling River is the fifth book in the Caroline Years, an ongoing series about the adventures of another girl from America's favorite pioneer family.

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Reviews - What do our customers think?
Across the Rolling River (Little House)   Mar 29, 2008
I loved the continueing story of Caroline Quiner Ingalls. Knowing the history of Laura Ingalls mother and the kind of life she led was fasinating reading.
Pretty Good  Mar 10, 2007
Although these books can't be compared to Laura's writing, they are still pretty good. This is where Caroline first meets Charles.
A more industrialized community  Apr 16, 2006
Caroline is coming of age, and learning that there are many challenges of coming of age. She learns that it is not just play, and not just taking it easy now. She must take on some of the duties that other young ladies take on, and also must learn to act like a lady. Her curiosity about a boy continues her whim of wanting to know more about him. If you would like to read more about Caroline and her budding friendship with Charles then this is the book for you to read.
Rollin' on a River  Jan 13, 2005
Okay, let me first start off by saying that I love the cover on this book. I know the whole saying, but you can still love the cover, can't you? After all, it IS one of the nicer and well-illustrated covers I've seen in ages. But I also love Celia Wilkins's way of writing Caroline, especially this book in the series. I've read it so many times, it's not funny.

Caroline is now eleven at the start of this book. She is now at thinking about other things, like the things that she used to enjoy and loved to do now start to make her think if she really wants to. She sometimes feels torn between being a child and acting as 'funny' as her older sister by trying to be grown-up.

Her love for learning still goes on, with the new teacher, called Miss May, boards with her family. She loves her new teacher, and all of the things she does, like reading to her, and helping her with other things.

What I like best (and what many others can agree) is that a boy by the name of Charlie Ingalls enters the picture. Caroline and her brother Henry find him 'playin' with the birds,' and the Quiners and the Ingallses build a frinedship. Caroline likes the family, and even wonders 'why Charlie would make her want to giggle when she was determined to spell him down.'

I think this is the best book in the Caroline years so far (mostly because of Charlie, of course), because the family is seeing nice times, and that Celia Wilkins shows she can do a good job with carrying on the 'Little House' legend.
Please, more Pa!  Jul 2, 2003
This series keeps getting better and better. I enjoyed reading about Pa's family, and the members that were around for the Big Dance, grown up, in The Big Woods.

I guess my only complaint for this book and other books in the series is the lack of quality illustrations. Who can mimic Garth Williams exactly, but I the missing illustrations hurt visualizing some things that would be foriegn to readers 150 years later.


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