Fb2 Jumping Off Place ePub
by Sherry Soloman
|Publisher:||Slough Pr; 1st edition (September 1, 1989)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1464 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1305 kb|
|Digital formats:||mobi doc lrf docx|
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The Jumping Off Place book. I began to read The Jumping-Off Place by book light in a camp bunk with barely a glance at the cover. Orphaned siblings Becky, Dick, Phil, and Joan have inherited. There was a lovely old-fashioned quality to the writing and the characters that surprised me until I looked more closely the next day and realized that the book was written in 1929. This is a wonderful story, set in one of the last bits of the frontier after the turn of the twentieth century.
Report an error in the book. An exciting tale of adventure, resilience, and triumph over adversity, this 1930 Newbery Honor Book was inspired by author Marian Hurd McNeely's homesteading years. In the summer of 1910, four orphans leave their home in Wisconsin to prove up their claim to a parcel of land on the South Dakota prairie.
The Jumping-Off Place is a children's novel by Marian Hurd McNeely about homesteading in South Dakota. It is set on the Dakotan prairie in the early 1900s. The novel, illustrated by William Siegal was first published in 1929 and was a retrospective Newbery Honor recipient for 1930
The jumping-off place. by. McNeely, Marian Hurd, 1877-1930. Books for People with Print Disabilities.
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