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Caddie Woodlawn

Author: Carol Ryrie Brink; Kate Seredy
Publisher: New York : Macmillan Co., ©1935.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Juvenile audience : English : Book club edView all editions and formats
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The story of a little girl who moved from Boston to grow up in Wisconsin. At age 11, Caddie Woodlawn is the despair of her mother and the pride of her father: a clock-fixing tomboy running wild in the woods of Wisconsin. Written in 1935 about Carol Ryrie Brink's grandmother's childhood, the adventures of Caddie and her brothers are still exciting over 60 years later. This Newbery Medal-winning book bursts at the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Juvenile works
Juvenile fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carol Ryrie Brink; Kate Seredy
OCLC Number: 20741823
Awards: Newbery Medal Winner, 1936
Description: 192 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Responsibility: by Carol Ryrie Brink ; ill. by Kate Seredy.

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The story of a little girl who moved from Boston to grow up in Wisconsin. At age 11, Caddie Woodlawn is the despair of her mother and the pride of her father: a clock-fixing tomboy running wild in the woods of Wisconsin. Written in 1935 about Carol Ryrie Brink's grandmother's childhood, the adventures of Caddie and her brothers are still exciting over 60 years later. This Newbery Medal-winning book bursts at the seams with Caddie's irrepressible spirit.
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