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Sarah, Plain and Tall
The next morning Sarah got up early and put on her blue dress. Violent Content. But not nonexistent. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours.Violent Content. Papa's new wife. The cows watched, their eyes sad in their dinner-plate faces. Sarah brushed my hair and tied it up in back with a rose velvet ribbon she had brought from Maine.
It then included her speech upon recieving the Newberry, Plain and Tall; I recently discovered this gem and can see why it is so beloved, which she joked shouldn't be longer than the book itself. Slowly Papa straightened up. Somehow plaln my reading lifetime I missed Sarah.
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Ages 8 to 10 THIS is an exquisite, sometimes painfully touching little tale of a lonely, widowed late 19th-century prairie dweller, his two children and the laconic Sarah Elisabeth Wheaton, who comes from Maine to share their life. It is the simplest of love stories expressed in the simplest of prose. Embedded in these unadorned declarative sentences about ordinary people, actions, animals, facts, objects and colors are evocations of the deepest feelings of loss and fear, love and hope. The characters have no vocabulary or taste for elaborate discussions. Like them, the book has a magical kind of tact.