Betsy and her family live on the wide Nebraska prairie. Homesteads are few and far between, and she wishes she had a friend to visit with.
Then a new family, with a daughter named Emmeline, comes to the prairie. Betsy is certain she'll have a friend at last, but Emmeline misses the city she left behind. Can Betsy help Emmeline learn to appreciate her new home? Will they ever be friends?
Stacey Schuett's warm, rich art illuminates Nancy Smiler Levinson's gentle portrait of mid-nineteenth century prairie life, community, and friendship.
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Nancy Smiler Levinson has written many popular books for young readers, including Magellan and the First Voyange Around the World and the I Can Read Books Clara and the Bookwagon, illustrated by Carolyn Croll, and Snowshoe Thompson, illustrated by Joan Sandin. She lives in Beverly Hills, California.
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Book Description HarperCollins, 2003. Library Binding. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0060280026