Kirsten saves the day: a summer story

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Scholastic, 1992 - Bee hunting - 67 pages
17 Reviews
Ten-year-old Kirsten is proud and excited when she finds a bee tree full of honey, one of the natural treasures of her Minnesota frontier world, but she exposes herself to great danger by trying to harvest the honey by herself.

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Review: Kirsten Saves the Day: A Summer Story (American Girls: Kirsten #5)

User Review  - Madeline - Goodreads

Great addition to the Kirsten series. Read full review

Review: Kirsten Saves the Day: A Summer Story (American Girls: Kirsten #5)

User Review  - Christina - Goodreads

I just love the Kirsten books. I love that Janet Beeler Shaw doesn't shy from putting her American Girls in real peril. It makes their stories SO much more interesting than some of the new ones (ahem, CÚcileMarieGraceJulie). Plus I've always loved the prairie life stuff. Read full review

Contents

In the Berry Patch
17
Chapter Four
40
The Best Basswood Honey
49
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