Fairchild Family Series by Rebecca Caudill (1947 – 1959)

happy.jpgHappy Little Family   Take a charming step back in time to meet the Fairchild family living in turn of the 20th century Kentucky.  Bonnie is the youngest child, can she finally join in all the fun of her older siblings now that she’s finally turned four?               Early Grade Reading Level, 107 pages, Published in 1947.

 

 

 

school.jpgSchoolhouse in the Woods, Bonnie is finally old enough to cross the swinging bridge to join her four older siblings at school.  What wonders await Bonnie and all the other students in this new school year?  Early Grade Reading Level, 129 pages, Published in 1949.

 

 

 

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Up and Down the River  Bonnie and Debbie Fairchild are convinced they can early a fortune selling up and down the river.  But what they earn is much more valuable than money.  Early Grade Reading Level, 143 pages, Published in 1951.

 

 

 

 

parlor.jpgSchoolroom in the Parlor  Deep snow after Christmas makes it impossible for the Fairchild children to walk to their schoolhouse anymore.  How exciting to have school in their own parlor instead!  Early Grade Reading, 145 pages, Published in 1959.  

 

 

 

 

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Are you looking for Children’s and Young Adult books that have stood the test of time? I have a master of list of over 600 titles to share. I’m an English major, mother of five and homeschooler for 15 years. My purpose with this blog is to share forgotten favorites that most parents today have never heard of, but are so worth reading! I hope you’ll join with me as I share the best that Youth Literature has to offer.
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