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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Field, Rachel, 1894-1942.
Hitty, her first hundred years.
New York, Macmillan [©1957]
|Material Type:||Fiction, Juvenile audience|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Rachel Field; Dorothy Pulis Lathrop
|Awards:||Newbery Medal, 1930|
|Description:||ix, 207 pages illustrations (some color) 22 cm|
|Contents:||1. In which I begin my memoirs --
2. In which I go up in the world and am glad to come down again --
3. In which I travel by land and sea --
4. In which we go to sea --
5. In which we strike our first and last whales --
6. In which I join the fishes and rejoin the Prebles --
7. In which I learn the ways of gods, natives, and monkeys --
8. In which I am lost in India --
9. In which I have another child to play with me --
10. In which I am rescued and hear Adelina Patti --
11. In which I sit for my daguerreotype and meet a poet --
12. In which I go into camphor, reach New York, and become a doll of fashion --
13. In which I spend a disastrous New Year's and return to New England --
14. In which I end my hay-days and begin a new profession --
15. In which I learn much of plantations, post offices, and pin cushions --
16. In which I return to familiar scenes --
17. In which I am sold at auction.
|Responsibility:||With illus. by Dorothy P. Lathrop.|