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    by A. LaFaye

    After breaking his leg, Nate cannot help with the farm, so his father adopts a boy to lighten the load, and Nate feels even worse. "Something for everyone." –Kirkus

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    Oh, the Places on Earth! A Cat in the Hat's Learning Library Collection

    Oh, the Places on Earth! A Cat in the Hat's Learning Library Collection

    by Bonnie Worth

    Foster a child's love of reading - and of the natural world - with this boxed set of four Cat in the Hat's Learning Library books about amazing places on our planet! Titles include If I Ran the Rainforest: All About Tropical Rain Forests; Would You Rather Be a Pollywog? All About Pond Life; Ice Is Nice! All About the North and South Poles; and Why Oh Why Are Deserts Dry? All About Deserts. There's something (or someplace) to pique the interest of every child. Perfect for gift-giving - or just keeping kids busy during summer vacation - this is a collection sure to be cherished by parents and children alike. Oh, the places you can read about with the Cat in the Hat!

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Author: A. LaFaye

Interest Level:
6-8

Lexile Framework:
830L

Grade Level Equivalent:
5.0

Guided Reading Level:
T

Age:
11-13

Genre:
Historical Fiction

Subject:
Friends and Friendship, Farm and Ranch Life, Parents, Death, Grief, Loss, Pioneers, Living with Illness and Disabilities

About This Book

In this award-winning book, eleven-year-old Nate's bitterness over a permanent injury begins to dissipate when he realizes that the orphan boy brought to do his farm chores has also experienced great loss. The author's accurate depiction of the story's nineteenth century setting, as well as her deep understanding of human nature makes this book a must read.


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