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Paperback Pioneer Sisters: Reillustrated Edition Book

ISBN: 0062377108

ISBN13: 9780062377104

Pioneer Sisters: Reillustrated Edition

(Book #2 in the Little House Chapter Books: Laura Series)

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Laura Ingalls and her family are heading west! Join the original pioneer girl in this Little House chapter book, adapted from Laura Ingalls Wilder's beloved classics. Illustrated with beautiful new black-and-white artwork, this repackaged edition includes bonus material such as games, activities, and more!

Laura Ingalls doesn't have many neighbors on the frontier, but she always has her sisters to keep her company. Even...

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i have really enjoyed reading the chapter books, it really was hard to put down

Age Appropriate chapters about Laura & her sisters

"Pioneer Sisters" begins with the family living in the woods of Wisconsin and we recognized some familiar sentences word-for-word from "Winter Days in the Big Woods" of the "My First Little House" series. Then in one brief chapter they head West in their covered wagon to Kansas. Here, Laura and Mary gather up Indian beads they find. In another chapter they move on to Minnesota. They play in a straw stack and get in trouble. The final chapter is a Christmas celebration. The only criticism I have for this particular book is where Laura hits her sister and later on after being corrected for this she talks about still wanting to slap Mary. Siblings will frustrate each other and that's a fact of life that children can relate to, but not all kids hit when they get mad and I guess I'd prefer that a potential role model didn't either. But they do learn about sacrifice and generosity in the very next chapter. If your child likes the "My First Little House" series and you feel that the original "Little House" versions are just a bit over his/her head right now, "Pioneer Sisters" is a great book to bridge that gap. I have to disagree with other reviewers who feel that the Little House stories are being too chopped up and dumbed-down for little readers. In my opinion, each series is valuable and age appropriate. The "My First Little House" picture books are great for introducing the stories with lots of pictures that help them envision Laura's world. Once your child can read a bit more, the original series of books are just too daunting because of how many pages they contain. "Pioneer Sisters" and the other chapter books in this in-between "Little House" series are perfect for this stage. You can't really expect them to absorb all the details and lessons that Laura Ingalls Wilder has to offer. That comes later as you read and reread the original versions.

This story is about Laura and Mary growing up together.

This is a great story about two girls named Mary and Laura they have a 1 year old sister named Carrie. They go to town and get all kinds of stuff they make Carrie a necklace made out of buttons. If I were you I would buy this book now!
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