Little Britches

Little Britches

Father and I Were Ranchers

Book - 1950
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Publisher: New York: Norton, c1950.
Branch Call Number: j 978.8031 MOODY R
Characteristics: 260 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.

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JanaEads
Jun 09, 2017

I read this book aloud to my 10 and 11 year old son and daughter. It took a bit to get into it at first, but once we got going they were very eager to read more together. I love the lessons that the boy learns from his father. The evening that we read the final chapter was sobering and special and gave us a lot to reflect on (I cried!). This book is a treasure. We look forward to enjoying the other books in the series.

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sspringer71
Nov 17, 2015

This is a touching story of a young boy growing up on a ranch, learning to be a man. The book is wonderfully descriptive, filled with emotion, and will have you experiencing life in old West.

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ponylover1
Jul 03, 2015

Very good.

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ponylover1
Jul 03, 2015

ponylover1 thinks this title is suitable for 9 years and over

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ponylover1
Jul 03, 2015

This book is about Ralph Moody when he was 8 years old. He and the rest of his family moved from Denver to the country. I personally enjoyed it.

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ponylover1
Jul 01, 2015

Its about ranching and country. Ralph and his family move to the country from Denver.

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ponylover1
Jul 03, 2015

"Son, you just ruined part of your character" and " Come here Little Britches"

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ponylover1
Jul 01, 2015

" Son, you just ruined part of your house by lying to us''

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