Man of the Family

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U of Nebraska Press, Jan 1, 1993 - Fiction - 272 pages
26 Reviews
"Ralph Moody's books should be read aloud in every family circle in America"-Sterling North. [Moody] has a splendid talent for bringing the ashes of the past into life".-Chicago Sunday Tribune.
  

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Review: Man of the Family (Little Britches #2)

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Colorado, early 1900s. Fortified with Yankee ingenuity and western energy, the Moody family, transplanted from New England, builds a new ranch life. Father has died and Little Britches shoulders the ... Read full review

Review: Man of the Family (Little Britches #2)

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Fabulous, I want to read it to my kids. Good work ethic. Read full review

Contents

Mr Nutting Gives Me Some Advice
11
My First Deal
19
Plowing and Planning
26
We Start a Cookery Route
32
Helping a Cattle Drive
43
Cookery and Coal
55
The Sheriff Lends a Hand
62
Picking Cherries on Stilts
69
Kathleen Mavourneen
140
Hal Finds the Answer
148
The Red Spots Come Out
158
Everyone Is Good to Us
167
Mothers Inspiration
174
Inventing and Blacksmithing
186
Muriel and the Goose
199
The Night before Christmas
205

The Fourth of July
78
The Match Race
87
We Really Spill the Beans
96
Mothers Little Secret
103
Riding for Mr Batchlett
114
Grace and I Buy Ducklegs
125
LaborDay Roundup
131
Skating and Skimming
214
Hi Advises Me to Learn a Trade
221
Mrs Callahan
231
Mothers Big Secret
243
The Sheriff Serves a Soupeeny
250
We Start a New Adventure
263
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About the author (1993)

Ralph Moody (1898?1982) is the author of Come on Seabicuit! as well as the Little Britches series about a boy's life on a Colorado ranch, all available in Bison Books editions.

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