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Patricia Beatty (1922–1991)

Author of Turn Homeward, Hannalee

52 Works 4,191 Members 39 Reviews 1 Favorited

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Works by Patricia Beatty

Turn Homeward, Hannalee (1984) 971 copies
Charley Skedaddle (1986) 693 copies
Who Comes with Cannons? (1992) 456 copies
Bonanza Girl (1993) 391 copies
Lupita Manana (1981) 271 copies
Be Ever Hopeful, Hannalee (1988) 252 copies
Jayhawker (1991) 104 copies
The Nickel-Plated Beauty (1964) 81 copies
O the Red Rose Tree (1972) 56 copies
Eight Mules from Monterey (1966) 55 copies
Melinda Takes a Hand (1983) 42 copies
By Crumbs, It's Mine (1976) 30 copies
The Queen's Own Grove (1999) 29 copies
That's One Ornery Orphan (1980) 28 copies
The Coach That Never Came (1985) 26 copies
How Many Miles to Sundown? (1974) 25 copies
Red rock over the river (1973) 24 copies
Eben Tyne, Powder Monkey (1990) 23 copies
At the Seven Stars (1963) 23 copies
Lacy Makes a Match (1979) 22 copies
Master Rosalind (1974) 22 copies
Hail Columbia (1970) 20 copies
I Want My Sunday, Stranger (1977) 19 copies
Jonathan Down Under (1982) 19 copies
Something to Shout About (1976) 18 copies
Me, California Perkins (1969) 18 copies
Campion Towers (1965) 17 copies
A long way to Whiskey Creek (1971) 15 copies
Holdfast (1972) 14 copies
The Queen's Wizard (1967) — Author — 11 copies
Pirate Royal (1969) 11 copies
King's Knight's Pawn (1971) 10 copies
The Royal Dirk (1966) 9 copies
A Donkey for the King (1966) 9 copies
The Sea Pair (1970) 8 copies
Witch Dog (1968) 7 copies
Squaw Dog (1965) 7 copies
Rufus, red Rufus (1975) 6 copies
Blue Stars Watching (1969) — Author — 6 copies
The Lady from Black Hawk (1967) 5 copies
The Staffordshire Terrier (1979) 3 copies
Indian Canoe-Maker (2013) 2 copies

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BooksInMirror | 5 other reviews | Feb 19, 2024 |
This is a childhood favorite of mine, one I first read as a library book and was later able to find in paperback. I think it's been at least 20 years since I last read it, but I picked it up again for research reasons. The book continues to be a delight.

The book addresses a little known bit of history--women librarians, roaming the American wilderness to get books to the people. Eight Mules is set in 1916 in the vicinity of Monterey, California. Fayette's widowed mother, a new graduate from the librarian school, gets a job (due to some meddling on Fayette's part) to take books by mule to "desperate ladies" in an isolated coastal mountain town. Fayette and her little brother go along for a wild ride plagued by an endless string of disasters that she attributes to a particular collection of Poe.… (more)
 
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ladycato | Oct 9, 2023 |
Ordinary recipes for main dishes, salads, cakes, pies, etc.
 
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BLTSbraille | 6 other reviews | Oct 24, 2021 |
The civil war is about to begin and Truth is involved in the underground movement.
 
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Works
52
Members
4,191
Popularity
#6,000
Rating
½ 3.6
Reviews
39
ISBNs
144
Languages
3
Favorited
1

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