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Caddie Woodlawn

Author: Susan C Hunter; Tom Shelton; Carol Ryrie Brink
Publisher: New York : Samuel French, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Book : Drama : English : Samuel French acting edView all editions and formats
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Carol Ryrie Brink's Newbery Award-winning novel is brought to exuberant life as a musical. Caddie (the iconic, high-spirited Wisconsin pioneer girl beloved by generations of readers) leads her willing siblings in a series of thrilling adventures, not always with the approval of her traditional Bostonian mother. Her father, however, encourages her antics, that she might thrive amidst the new, tougher ways of the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Adaptations
Drama
Librettos
Named Person: Carol Ryrie Brink; Carol Ryrie Brink
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan C Hunter; Tom Shelton; Carol Ryrie Brink
ISBN: 0573698570 9780573698576
OCLC Number: 705263805
Description: 112 pages ; 21 cm
Other Titles: Caddie Woodlawn.
Responsibility: book, music, and lyrics by Susan C. Hunter and Tom Shelton ; based on the book by Carol Ryrie Brink.

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Carol Ryrie Brink's Newbery Award-winning novel is brought to exuberant life as a musical. Caddie (the iconic, high-spirited Wisconsin pioneer girl beloved by generations of readers) leads her willing siblings in a series of thrilling adventures, not always with the approval of her traditional Bostonian mother. Her father, however, encourages her antics, that she might thrive amidst the new, tougher ways of the West. In a dramatic climax, Caddie single-handedly defuses a potentially deadly clash between the terrified settlers and the local Dakota tribe through a daring and dangerous act. But her action only deepens her conflict with her mother. Ultimately, Caddie learns invaluable lessons about reconciling the headstrong child she's been, and the responsible adult she is soon to be. Through it all, the sacredness of tradition--passed from one generation to the next--is powerfully dramatized.--From publisher description.

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