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Little Farm in the Ozarks (Little House, The Rocky Ridge Years) (original 1994; edition 1994)

by Roger Lea MacBride (Author)

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Title:Little Farm in the Ozarks (Little House, The Rocky Ridge Years)
Authors:Roger Lea MacBride (Author)
Info:HarperCollins (1994), Edition: First Harper Trophy Edition, 304 pages
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love this series!!! ( )
  katieloucks | Feb 26, 2016 |
Rose starts settling into life in Missouri. The big adventure in this volume is when she starts attending school, only to find out she's much farther along then her contemporaries and doesn't really get along with her classmates.
Good addition to series. ( )
  makaiju | Dec 3, 2007 |
Rose is settling in to life at Rocky Ridge and experiencing the ups and downs of farm life. Rocky Ridge is a busy place, and many things happen. She’s starting school and finding out that she’s the star student- not only that, but school is too easy for her. She adjusts to town school as a country girl. ( )
1 vote | t1bclasslibrary | Nov 5, 2006 |
This is the second volume of the Little House: The Rocky Ridge Years series, telling the tale of Rose Wilder, the daughter of Almanzo and Laura Ingalls Wilder. Essentially it's more of the same--a peek into the life of folks trying to eke out a living by farming in Missouri in the 1890's. It's enjoyable reading--excellent waiting room material--but there's nothing that compels one's readership.
--J. ( )
  Hamburgerclan | Nov 5, 2006 |
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For my daughter Abby, who shares with me the legacy of Rose.  In them both, God got it right.
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Rose was sitting at the table in the little log house on Rocky Ridge Farm, finishing a letter to Grandma Ingalls, when she heard snarling outside in the dark, snowy woods.
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Meet Rose Wilder, Laura Ingalls Wilder's daughter, and the last of the Little House girls.Going fishing for the first time, starting in a new school, saving the farmhouse from a fire-these are the elements of young Rose Wilder's first year at Rocky Ridge Farm. She has moved there with her parents, Laura and Almanzo, to begin a new life in the Missouri Ozarks. Rose feels out of place as the new girl in her class but gradually gains confidence, and Rocky Ridge truly becomes her home.Little Farm in the Ozarks is the second book in The Rose Years, an ongoing series about another spirited girl from America's most beloved pioneer family.

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Laura and Almanzo Wilder and their eight-year-old daughter Rose continue to work to make Rocky Ridge farm in Missouri their new home.

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