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READ-ALIKES: Little House on the Prairie

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READ-ALIKES: Little House on the Prairie

A lion to guard us Juvenile Book A lion to guard us

Bulla, Clyde Robert.

Left on their own in seventeenth-century London, three impoverished children draw upon all their resources to stay together and make their way to the Virginia colony in search of their father. The children find passage on the Sea Adventure, endure storms and a shipwreck.

Animal adventures :  [adapted from the Little house books by Laura Ingalls Wilder] Juvenile Book Animal adventures : [adapted from the Little house books by Laura Ingalls Wilder]

Peterson, Melissa (Melissa A.)

Laura Ingalls and her pioneer family encounter a variety of animals traveling through and living on the American frontier at the turn of the century.

As far as I can see Juvenile Book As far as I can see

McMullan, Kate.

The drama and adventure of the American prairie are brought to life when Meg must move away from her family to avoid a cholera epidemic in St. Louis.

Bluestem Juvenile Book Bluestem

Arrington, Frances.

With their father away and their mother traumatized by some unknown event, eleven-year-old Polly and her younger sister are left to take care of themselves and their prairie homestead.

Bound for Oregon Juvenile Book Bound for Oregon

Van Leeuwen, Jean.

A fictionalized account of the journey made by nine-year-old Mary Ellen Todd and her family from their home in Arkansas westward over the Oregon Trail in 1852.

Caddie Woodlawn.  Illustrated by Trina Schart Hyman. Juvenile Book Caddie Woodlawn. Illustrated by Trina Schart Hyman.

Brink, Carol Ryrie, 1895-1981.

The adventures of an eleven-year-old tomboy growing up on the Wisconsin frontier in the mid-nineteenth century.

Journey to nowhere Juvenile Book Journey to nowhere

Auch, Mary Jane.

In 1815, while traveling by covered wagon to settle in the wilderness of western New York, eleven-year-old Mem experiences a flood and separation from her family.

Meet Kirsten, an American girl Juvenile Book Meet Kirsten, an American girl

Shaw, Janet Beeler, 1937-

Nine-year-old Kirsten and her family experience many hardships as they travel from Sweden to the Minnesota frontier in 1854.

On to Oregon! Juvenile Book On to Oregon!

Morrow, Honore, 1880-1940.

Traveling by covered wagon from Missouri to Oregon in 1844, thirteen-year-old John Sager rallies his younger siblings after the death of their parents to complete their journey.

Our only May Amelia Juvenile Book Our only May Amelia

Holm, Jennifer L.

As the only girl in a Finnish American family of seven brothers, May Amelia Jackson resents being expected to act like a lady while growing up in Washington state in 1899. Inspired by the diaries of her great-aunt, the real May Amelia, Jennifer Holm has given us a historical fiction heroine with the adventurous spirit of Tom Sawyer & the spunkiness of Lucy Whipple.

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