Trade Ed. Listening Library 2007
CD ISBN 9780739350515 $37.00 Seven CDs
DD ISBN $25.90
Library Ed. Listening Library 2007
CD ISBN 9780739351321 $60.00 Seven CDs
Orphaned at age 16, Hattie longs for a place where folks will welcome her and become her family. When an uncle leaves her a claim of 320 acres in Montana, she hastens to make a home of her own, unprepared for life on the prairie in the brutal winter of 1918. With considerable humor, Kirsten Potter employs a variety of old-fashioned Western accents to differentiate the cast of colorful characters. Potter excels at conveying the emotions that run high as Hattie faces the challenges of homestead life, including the bigotry of neighbors against the German-American friends who have helped her in every way. Meticulous research in archives and family materials gives this saga an authenticity that will captivate listeners. R.H.H. © AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine [Published: OCT/ NOV 07]
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