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Next Spring an Oriole (A Stepping Stone Book(TM)) Paperback – September 12, 1987
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This is a very interesting book and I really enjoyed it. The book also has very interesting pictures. They are sort of like a smudged pencil. I think the pictures captured a lot. I really liked the characters Taw cum ego qua. I loved how the writer compared Taw cum ego qua to a quick bird. She was a very interesting character. I think Taw cum ego qua was a very creative character. Libby and her family met a Native American family and Libby met a girl her age whose name is Taw cum ego qua.
The story was great. I loved it. This book was special because not a lot of people would think to write this kind of story. I loved how descriptive this writer was. I also loved how the author explains the process of building a cabin. I pictured everything perfectly and felt like I was in the story. I can imagine how hard it must have been for Libby and her family. It was probably very hard.
i would definitely recommend this book to you because of how the writer explains everything. This book is definitely worth reading.
Serena, Second Grade, 05-06
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-Nicolas, Second Grade, 05-06
This story was boring because the author didn't really explain everything and there were only 7 sentences about about an oriole. This book is worth reading if you are going to move or if you interested in Native Americans.
-Sam, Second Grade, 05-06
-Peter, Second Grade, 05-06.
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This book is about a girl named Libby who is ten. On Libby's tenth birthday her family moved from Virginia to Saginaw, Michigan in a canvas covered wagon. Read morePublished on March 6, 2006
This book is about a family that travels from Virginia to Saginaw, Michigan. They packed a skillet, an axe, a sketch book and a doll with a face. Read morePublished on March 6, 2006
At first I thought that this book would be very good. The book actually turned out to be the opposite. Read morePublished on March 18, 2005
Next Spring an Oriole is an interesting book. It is bout a family that travels in a wagon moving two miles per hour. They move from Virginia to Michigan. Read morePublished on March 18, 2005
A moderate book. Not too exaggerated not too plain. A pioneer fiction story about a 10 year old girl and her family's journey, two months, a thousand miles. Read morePublished on March 17, 2005