Ox-cart man

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Scholastic, 1979 - New England - 40 pages
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Describes the day-to-day life throughout the changing seasons of an early 19th-century New England family.

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User Review  - SRThompson - LibraryThing

This picture book is about a man packing for a the Portsmouth Market in order to sell the goods. He sold all of his goods and bought supplies with the coins he had earned. He brought the supplies back ... Read full review

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User Review  - Amar Pai - Goodreads

This book is terribly dull. It's like reading someone's extremely boring grocery list. I can't even remember what all the ox-cart man had but I think pickles that he made for pickle season... cloth for clothing... turnips that were pickled for pickle season... decorative gourds... Read full review


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