Caddie Woodlawn

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Aladdin Books, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 275 pages
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Caddie Woodlawn is a real adventurer. She'd rather hunt than sew, plow than bake, and beats her brothers' dares every chance she gets. Caddie is friends with the Indians, who scare most of the neighbors--neighbors who, like her mother and sisters, don't understand her at all.

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Review: Caddie Woodlawn (Caddie Woodlawn #1)

User Review  - Brandy Wilcox - Goodreads

Caddie is a tomboy who goes to visit a local tribe with her brothers. She arrives home late for dinner. Her mother, Harriet, is embarrassed with her daughter. Caddie, however, does not change and goes ... Read full review

Review: Caddie Woodlawn (Caddie Woodlawn #1)

User Review  - Shawn Thrasher - Goodreads

Where was this book when I was in fifth grade reading the Little House books? I want to see a cage match between Caddie Woodlawn and Laura Ingalls Wilder. Up until I read this book, I would have bet ... Read full review


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About the author (1999)

Carol Ryrie Brink was the author of many books for young readers, including "Caddie Woodlawn's Family, " the companion volume to "Caddie Woodlawn," and "Baby Island.

The late Trina Schart Hyman illustrated dozens of books and became one of the most respected artists in the field of children's literature. She was awarded the Caldecott Medal in 1985 for St. George and the Dragon