Hattie on Her Way

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Hattie on Her Way
Written by Clara Gillow Clark
Format: Hardback
ISBN-10: 0763622869
ISBN-13: 9780763622862
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Hattie on Her Way

author: Clara Gillow Clark

series name:
The Trials of Hattie Belle Basket

Now that Pa has plunked her down at Grandmother's in Kingston to get a good education like Ma, Hattie Belle Basket has traded her rough boy's overalls for a blue checked dress that matches her eyes. But prettying up her rustic Hill Hawk ways is not so easy, and Hattie is sure she will never be at home in this fancy gingerbread house, where her prim grandmother and the buzzardlike cook continually remind her she can't compare with her sweet, beloved late mother. Even her tutor, Horace Bottle, seems more interested in food than he is in teaching. And now the stuck-up girl next door is taunting her with rumors that a sinister fate has befallen Hattie's absent grandfather. Could someone in Grandmother's house be harboring an unspeakable secret?

As she struggles to navigate polite nineteenth-century society, the feisty Hattie learns the difficult truth about a family mystery and discovers her own capacity for forgiveness and love.
suggested retail price (U.S./CAN):
$15.99 / $22.99
isbn-10/isbn-13:
0763622869 /  9780763622862
on sale date:
03/2005
type/format:
Middle-grade Novel / Hardback
age range:
10 yrs and up
# of pages/size:
208 / 5 1/4" x 7 5/8"
grade range:
Grade 5 and up
 
subjects:
Action & Adventure; Historical; Mysteries & Detective Stories; Social Issues;
author’s comments:
Clara Gillow Clark is the author of Hill Hawk Hattie. She says of its sequel, Hattie On Her Way, "Like Hattie, I attended a one-room school and lived in a rural area. Shortly after my father died, we moved to a town that seemed cold and frightening at first. In this new setting, I faced the challenge of being a tall misfit alongside petite girls who wore nice dresses and shiny shoes and knew the proper etiquette of birthday treats and valentines. Hattie's story is much tougher than my own, but we share many of the same emotional struggles, experiencing both loss and healing, and searching for sense and meaning in a topsy-turvy world."
 
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