A stout loghouse and a strong papa; crackly cornhusk mattresses and water fetched from a spring down the hill; crashing trees and howling storms; encounters with bears, wolves and deer; exciting trips to Toronto. All these things and more - make a rich and varied life for young Willie Adams. Find out what it was like to live in Northern Ontario in 1888 in this book by the award-winning author of the popular Booky trilogy and Amy's Promise.
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Alice answered Artie asked Auntie baby barn bear bedchamber began Bernice Thurman Hunter brother buggy candle Chapter Christmas cornhusks crackled cried Willie dark daybed ears Eeee Elderberry Emily Emily Adams eyes father finger flew floor forest gave Gertie going gone grandfather clock Grandpa hand head heard Henry Adams hinny Huntsville jumped kitchen lamp lamplighter laughed little Joe loghouse looked lovely Mama Mama and Papa Mama's mattress Maudie Mayhap morning mother Muskoka Nellie night old Grandma pail Papa Papa's parlour Peter Peter paced pine Queen Victoria sighed sister sleep sleigh snow split-rail fence stairs stairwell stood stove Suddenly Thank thee There's thought Willie tree tucked turnips Uncle James Uncle Peter's house veranda voice warm wee Willie whispered Willie felt Willie knew Willie sat Willie's wind window wooden woodshed door Yuletide