Publish date: June 5th 2007
Publisher: Aladdin Paperbacks
Pages no: 275
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Middle Grade
Series: Caddie Woodlawn (#1)
I wasn't nearly as enchanted by this as I was hoping. It wasn't bad, just a bit forgettable in the end. It was enjoyable enough in he moment and there were some really high points - mostly Caddie's adventures with her two favorite brothers. Those episodes rang the most true and, therefore, were t...
Reading this in your forties while you're also reading Lies My Teacher Told Me is very different from reading it when you're ten years old. Although even then, I remember cringing a bit.Because on the one hand, Caddie Woodlawn is all kinds of awesome. She's a redhead roaming wild in the woods of wes...
They made a TV movie of this when I was in third grade. I remember I did a book report on this and drew a picture of the cover and one of the girl's in class accused me of tracing it. I was so mad! LOL
Oh man, Caddie was an AWESOME MC. I read this one and did a book report on it. That year (4th grade I think?) we got extra credit if we let our teacher film our book reports. I think she called it "book talk." It was fun!
I remember loving this book as a kid! I read this before Anne of Green Gables and remember liking Anne because I liked Caddie.Ah, this takes me back
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