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Martha’s getting older, so Mum’s decided she needs a governess, but her new governess hates her and everything she does. After her mother realizes this, she gets rid of her and gets a new governess for her who Margaret loves. Margaret is happy with her new governess, but not entirely happy at the thought of losing her sister, Grisie, to one of her new suitors. ( )
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On the morning of Nannie's wedding, Martha could not stand still.
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Martha is frustrated because Mum has said she's too old to be playing on the moors now, and she must have a governess.First there's Miss Norrie. All she must to do is teach Martha sewing and etiquette. But Martha's high spirits are too much for her, and she leaves in a hurry. Martha thinks that's the end of that, but then another governess shows up. Her name is Miss Crow, and Martha is sure she's going to be even worse!.

Down To The Bonny Glen is the third book in The Martha Years, an ongoing series about another spirited girl from America's most beloved pioneer family.

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In Scotland in 1791, eight-year-old Martha Morse, who would grow up to become the great-grandmother of author Laura Ingalls Wilder, meets her new governess and learns the difference between growing up a laird's daughter and a child of a cottager.

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