My daughter and I read this book together, and afterward we were both pining for the country life, replete with animals, berry bushes, orchards, and a tree house. We also wanted to be adopted by the Meadows family—Prudy’s cousins were so sweet and fun!
When Prudy stays at Granny’s farm without her parents for the first time, she feels nervous and out of place. Before long, however, Prudy trades her pretty dresses for a pair of blue jeans and learns to climb, ride a pony, and walk the old log across the creek.
Together with her cousins, Prudy experiences adventures previously unknown to her while learning lessons about herself and the world around her.
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