Mary Ingalls on her own
Mary IngalLs lost her sight after a devastating bout of scarlet fever. Now Mary has the opportunity to attend the Iowa College for the Blind, where she will get a fresh start with her education and can learn the skills she needs for an independent future as well.
It seems like a dream come true. But it also means leaving her cherished family behind in Dakota Territory, including her sister Laura. Laura's feisty personality has always complemented Mary's quiet nature, and ever since Mary lost her sight, Laura has served as Mary's "eyes" to the world. Now that she's on her own, Mary must learn to get along without her beloved sister, and in the process realizes that she may have a bit of Laura's spunk in her after all.
For the first time, readers will get a glimpse into the life of Mary Ingalls and will discover a whole new side of this Little House sister they've gotten to know through Laura Ingalls Wilder's classic Little House books.
Level 5.2, 5 Points
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|Grouping Title||mary ingalls on her own|
|Grouping Author||kimmel elizabeth cody|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-01-16 04:49:00AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-01-20 04:52:57AM|
|author||Kimmel, Elizabeth Cody.|
|author_display||Kimmel, Elizabeth Cody|
|detailed_location_arlington||Central Kids Fiction|
|display_description||In 1881, sixteen-year-old Mary Ingalls becomes a student at the Iowa College for the Blind, where she studies academic subjects and learns skills that will allow her to be independent and to earn a living.|
|item_details||ils:.b12928410|.i13927103|Central Kids Fiction|JF KIMME|||1|false|false|||||On Shelf|Oct 23, 2018|cjf|||
|owning_library_arlington||Arlington Public Library, Aurora Hills, Central, Cherrydale, Columbia Pike, Connection Crystal City, Detention Center, Glencarlyn, Local History, Plaza, Shirlington, Westover|
|record_details||ils:.b12928410|Book|Books|First edition.|English|HarperCollinsPublishers,||180 pages ; 22.|
|series||Little house big adventure|
|series_with_volume||Little house big adventure||
|subject_facet||Blind -- Juvenile fiction, Interpersonal relations -- Juvenile fiction, People with disabilities -- Juvenile fiction, Schools -- Juvenile fiction|
|title_display||Mary Ingalls on her own|
|title_full||Mary Ingalls on her own / by Elizabeth Kimmel Willard|
|title_short||Mary Ingalls on her own|