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Paperback Gratefully Yours Book

ISBN: 0141303158

ISBN13: 9780141303154

Gratefully Yours

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In 1933, Hattie is sent to Nebraska after her parents die in a New York tenement fire. Once there, she lives on a farm with Henry and Elizabeth Jansen who are dealing with the deaths of their two... This description may be from another edition of this product.

Customer Reviews

5 ratings

PCE Student Review

Gratefully Yours is an excellent book! The author is Jane Buchanan. The author's words flow very nicely and it makes me feel like I am living the story. This book is about an orphan. Her name is Hattie. She has no one to love. My favorite scene is when she goes on a train to see if she would get adopted. Hattie is very brave, quiet, calm, and most of all open-minded. The theme of this book is wait and see what truly is. This book is meant for someone who likes sad books but with GREAT endings! I won't tell you the ending because that is for me to know and you to find out!!!! The author writes so well. I just wanted to stay up all night to finish it. The book is good for all ages 10 and older. Once you have read this book you will truly be thankful. Hattie has been though so much but she is still holding up. The genre of this book is realistic fiction.

Great book for students

I had to read this book for my Children's Literature class (I'm going to be an elementary teacher) and I loved it. I will definately use it in my classroom. It's a great way to introduce or review my Orphan Train unit :)

The Greatest Book EVER!

I loved the book! It was soooooo exciting! It is about a girl named Hattie who was an orphan and eventually got adopted by a farmer whose wife was sick. I think everyone should read this book. Some parts may be sad though.

Great book for anyone!

The book Gratefully Yours brings the thoughts of a stubborn New York City tenement orphan into the wide and open prairie of Nebraska. This books main character, Hattie, is charming and loving. She learns the jobs of a farm girl, and keeps her knowledge from New York. I give this book 4 stars because of a suprise ending that I didn't like, but some people might.

A Good Book

This is a good book about a girl who traveled on the Orphan Train. Hattie found a home with the Jensens and made friends with the cat, Cloud. But she has problems with kids who don't like orphans and some of her friends being mistreated. To find out how it ends, read the book!
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