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Across the Wide and Lonesome Prairie: The Oregon Trail Diary of Hattie Campbell, 1847 (Dear America Series) [Hardcover]

By Kristiana Gregory (Author)
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Pages   168
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 7.69" Width: 5.53" Height: 0.73"
Weight:   0.6 lbs.
Binding  Hardcover
Release Date   Mar 31, 1997
Publisher   Homeschool Bargain Books
Age  9-12
ISBN  0590226517  
EAN  9780590226516  

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Item Description...
Thirteen-year-old Hattie Campbell records the details of her family's harrowing migration to Oregon in a covered wagon and describes the many challenges, both joyful and tragic, that mark the journey.

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Reviews - What do our customers think?
Loved it!!!  Apr 16, 2007
I would recommend this book to everyone.
It all started when Hattie's Uncle fell off the roof and died. When his coffen was in the wagon, it fell off into the river. Pa jumped in and tried to save it, but a steamboat came and sucked the coffin under. The captin of the steam boat felt sorry, so he said he would give Pa and the family a free ride anywhere. Pa gathered up all their belongings and headed to Oregan. Hattie and her family went through so much when traveling to oregan. Her friends died, oxen and mules died. Mrs. Kenker stole when folks weren't looking. Mrs. Biggs drowns; Mr. Kenker killed himself by jumping into the river; some boys died of poiesining, etc. In the latter part of the journey all their oxen died, therefore they had to leave all the belongings and walk the rest of the way.
Not as Good as I Expected  Jun 1, 2006
This book is okay - not good, and definately not perfect. Hattie is SUCH a stereotype of "headstrong, unladylike, has a well-behaved best friend" that I've seen way too many times. The action is not as good as in the Oregon Trail game, and Hattie's family is pretty stereotypical too. Still read, it's not truly terrible...
A delightfully wonderful account of crossing the Oregon Trail  Mar 26, 2006
I was simply looking for some day-to-day detail about emigrants crossing the Oregon Trail when I stumbled across this book. A quick read left me loving Hattie Campbell and her compelling story. It made me fully understand the hardships, heart aches, joys and successes of the Campbell family's journey. Loved it!
Across the Wide and Lonesome Prarie  Feb 3, 2006
I am a 6th grader from Cornwall New York. The book I read was Across the Wide and Lonesome Prarie by Kristina Gregory. This book is mainly about a girl named Hattie Campbell starting a new life in Oregon recording everything that happens. During the book Hattie goes through major struggles to get to Oregon.Some struggles Hattie goes through is going through huge dry deserts and long fierce rivers. During these journeys Hattie's friends and family pass away. For Hattie and many others this is very emotional. The whole book they are going through diffrent challenges. One of my favorite parts is when they go through the biggest rivers during a storm and the indians chasing them.I think many people would enjoy the part when they travel through the mountains. This story never stops with the action.The problems just keeps on a going and going. I think anyone who reads this book will love it. I would definetly recomend this book to anyone. If you are looking for a great book I suggest you read this amazing book. If you feel this book does not fit your style than try one of the other Dear America books in the collection.
Across the Wide and Lonesome Prairie  Feb 1, 2006
Cornwall, New York, 6th grader. The book Across the Wide and Lonesome Prairie was about a girl named Hattie leaving Missouri to start a new life in Oregon with her family. During this journey Hattie goes through many struggles. I thought this was a good book because they were always having a new adventure. During the book they also had to cross rivers go and through dry deserts. I would recommend this book to someone that likes adventure. One of my favorite parts was when they had to go through the first river. Overall this was a good book.

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