Caleb's Story

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Scholastic, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 116 pages
44 Reviews
The third book in MacLachlan's popular series, which began with "Sarah, Plainand Tall" and was continued in "Skylark, " spins a tale of love, forgiveness, and the ties that bind a family together.

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Review: Caleb's Story (Sarah, Plain and Tall #3)

User Review  - Angela - Goodreads

For some reason the way Caleb acts and talks in this whole series gives me the impression that he is a little slow. Having this book be from his perspective made it less interesting because he doesn't have the insights that she does. I do like the story line, though. Read full review

Review: Caleb's Story (Sarah, Plain and Tall #3)

User Review  - Judy Ekblad - Goodreads

What a treat to read the rest of the Sarah Plain and Tall series! Loved the message of this book, "Oh, Caleb, I want you to listen to me. There comes a time when fault doesn't matter. Things happen. And we can't blame ourselves--or someone else--forever." Sarah is so WISE...... Read full review


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Author Patricia MacLachlan was born in Cheyenne, Wyoming on March 3, 1938. She received a B.A. from the University of Connecticut in 1962 and taught English at a junior high school until 1979. She began writing picture books and novels at the age of thirty-five. She won the Golden Kite Award for Arthur, for the Very First Time and the 1986 Newbery Medal for Sarah, Plain and Tall. Her other well-known books include The Facts and Fictions of Minna Pratt, Skylark, Journey, Baby, and Three Names. She currently lives in Williamsburg, Massachusetts with her husband.

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