2 edition of New Chronicles Of Rebecca found in the catalog.
New Chronicles Of Rebecca
Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin
December 31, 2004 by IndyPublish.com .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||168|
Down Dartymoor way
The vital spark
A beach of strangers
Supervised study guide for dental assistant
C.P.A. law review, under the 1972 Uniform commercial code
Stop dieting--start living!
Thomas Jefferson, farmer
Anthony Mundays romances of chivalry
First North American Translators Congress, 1986
Disorders of the developing nervous system
The "New Chronicles of Rebecca" continues "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm" by Kate Douglas Wiggin. These two books in no way align to the Shirley Temple movie of the same name, but instead provide a series of stories about a creative child who is sent to live with rigid relatives in a small town due to the inability of her widowed mother to support her, an onerous mortgage, and her siblings/5.
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on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Brown hard cover with an oval picture in the center. Little smudges on a few pages and dog eared page.p/5(13). Third Chronicle. REBECCA'S THOUGHT BOOK I The “Sawyer girls'” barn still had its haymow in Rebecca's time, although the hay was a dozen years old or more, and, in the opinion of the occasional visiting horse, sadly juiceless and wanting in flavor.
New Chronicles of Rebecca by Kate Douglas Wiggin and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at From the original review in the Indianapolis News, June, Kate Douglas Wiggin has complied with the popular demand for “more,” by which the public testified that Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm was to its taste, and has served up a second volume, The New Chronicles of Rebecca, an addition but not, in the particular sense, a sequel to the first book.