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Caddie Woodlawn

Carol Ryrie Brink

No one would accuse eleven-year-old Caddie Woodlawn of being dainty and ladylike. In spite of her mother’s best efforts, Caddie is as wild as the wind, playing freely and rambunctiously with her two brothers in the Wisconsin backwoods. There are rafts to build, and trees to climb, and pranks to play. Caddie especially likeds to watch her friend Indian John build birchbark canoes at the river. Everyday seems wide with possibility—as wide as the frontier. But living on the edge of civilization has its risks, too. And when Indians threaten to attack the settlers, it is Caddie’s resourcefulness and bravery that save the day. The author, Carol Ryrie Brink—granddaughter of the real Caddie Woodlawn—based her book on the true stories her grandmother used to tell her about growing up on the frontier.

No one would accuse eleven-year-old Caddie Woodlawn of being dainty and ladylike. In spite of her mother’s best efforts, Caddie is as wild as the wind, playing freely and rambunctiously with her two brothers in the Wisconsin backwoods. There are rafts to build, and trees to climb, and pranks to play. Caddie especially likeds to watch her friend Indian John build birchbark canoes at the river. Everyday seems wide with possibility—as wide as the frontier. But living on the edge of civilization has its risks, too. And when Indians threaten to attack the settlers, it is Caddie’s resourcefulness and bravery that save the day. The author, Carol Ryrie Brink—granddaughter of the real Caddie Woodlawn—based her book on the true stories her grandmother used to tell her about growing up on the frontier.
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No one would accuse eleven-year-old Caddie Woodlawn of being dainty and ladylike. In spite of her mother’s best efforts, Caddie is as wild as the wind, playing freely and rambunctiously with her two brothers in the Wisconsin backwoods. There are rafts to build, and trees to climb, and pranks to play. Caddie especially likeds to watch her friend Indian John build birchbark canoes at the river. Everyday seems wide with possibility—as wide as the frontier. But living on the edge of civilization has its risks, too. And when Indians threaten to attack the settlers, it is Caddie’s resourcefulness and bravery that save the day. The author, Carol Ryrie Brink—granddaughter of the real Caddie Woodlawn—based her book on the true stories her grandmother used to tell her about growing up on the frontier.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Roslyn Alexander

Length:

6h 24m


Chapters

Introduction
Introduction

00:15


Chapter 1
Chapter 1

16:58


Chapter 2
Chapter 2

18:37


Chapter 3
Chapter 3

12:45


Chapter 4
Chapter 4

14:59


Chapter 5
Chapter 5

14:21


Chapter 6
Chapter 6

14:44


Chapter 7
Chapter 7

18:03


Chapter 8
Chapter 8

20:29


Chapter 9
Chapter 9

15:23


Chapter 10
Chapter 10

12:45


Chapter 11
Chapter 11

18:05


Chapter 12
Chapter 12

20:38


Chapter 13
Chapter 13

15:28


Chapter 14
Chapter 14

14:53


Chapter 15
Chapter 15

17:05


Chapter 16
Chapter 16

14:26


Chapter 17
Chapter 17

16:13


Chapter 18
Chapter 18

12:54


Chapter 19
Chapter 19

19:13


Chapter 20
Chapter 20

17:04


Chapter 21
Chapter 21

16:58


Chapter 22
Chapter 22

17:34


Chapter 23
Chapter 23

15:02


Chapter 24
Chapter 24

07:35


Chapter 25
Chapter 25

01:40