One person found this helpful. My kids ages all really loved this book! I love it too! I love the sibling relationships modeled. This held the attention of three of our children 8 and under for some time, and we are looking forward to the rest of the series. A good even-paced, gentle read for everyone. The other stories by the same author are great too!
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Read reviews that mention year old rebecca caudill happy little little family bonnie lovely older ages chapter illustrations read-aloud. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Turning four is practically turning ten, or at least almost six. Just ask sweet little sister Bonnie who is thrilled to be out of babyhood and scrambling to play catch up to her 3 older sisters and 1 older brother in this enchanting Appalachian pioneer farm family.
HLF is a beautiful and idyllic opening to a lovely and life giving series that focuses in on the daily milestones of a just turned 4 year old pioneer and life on that early American farm. While this first book follows the seasonal rituals and ways of life natural to the Fairchild, Watterston, Huff and Sawyer families, it specifically focuses in on the relationship between Bonnie and her father - a strong, loving, tender and wise farmer who is the special ally of his littlest girl. This series and this book especially is a true celebration of traditional family values and the real dynamics of a happy but totally normal family.
My young family got lost in this story and moaned every night when the chapter ended and we had to put the book down for another day. An excellent book for family read aloud. Equally enjoyable for brothers and sisters. In terms of difficulty or intensity, it is a touch easier than Betsy Tacy. Comparable to Grandma's Attic or Understood Betsy.
An excellent series to own with lovely sketch illustrations. An ideal series for grandparents to have for visits with grandchildren. When they go ice skating, searching for arrowheads, across a bridge, or get a new hat, she wants to do it too. I want others to read this book because it is about family and growing up. I like this book because it is exciting, and the illustrations look like black and white photos. I read the whole book in two days. I love this book!
We've read all of the Fairchild Family Stories now, and for some reason saved this one for last, even though it's the first in the series. The other three books are lovely! This one had some mild whining, arguing and competition between siblings, as well as a few suspenseful parts. I feel like with my particular set of kiddos, ages 8, 6, 4, and 2, they do enough whining, arguing and have enough competition between them that we don't need to read about it in other families!
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Plus they tend to model the behavior they pick up from the stories we read. In the past, as we read the other three books, I was able to refer to the behavior of the Fairchild children as an ideal. My kids also haven't been exposed to a lot of media, so the suspenseful parts in this book were a little intense for them.
The other books aren't written with the same tone. They are cheery and sweet with lots of sibling love. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase.