My 7 year old daughter says, “These are really good books”, and “I liked them a lot.” She enjoyed something she said were the ‘wish book dreams’ in Lizzie, but enjoyed each book in their own way. She chose these off of the book shelf, to read to her grandmother over the telephone, because she was looking for female lead characters, but she had read all of the 2, 3, and 4 level books with female leads already (we own every library book in these levels so far, because they’ve all been SO GOOD- we’re HUGE fans of the library books, and I love that I don’t have to pretend them).
As always the TGTB books are such a blessing to my family. My daughter liked these cute stories. They weren’t as entertaining to her as the Poplar Street, Jeanne Marie or some others but still great quality so I still have them 5 stars
My daughter loved this set of books! So thankful for beautiful stories filling her mind!
These two sweet books are a great look at how life was in early America for those living in the mountain areas. The writing is fantastic and the stories are packed with good messages. Me and my daughters loved the books! If you are looking for Harry Potter style thrilling excitement, these are not your books, but if you are looking for gentle, wholesome literature with engaging characters and meaningful messages, these are fantastic books.
I have a hard time finding books that my daughter will read that aren’t solely animal related. Not only did she read these but highly enjoyed them as well.
Delightful writing and lovable characters fill this beautiful pair of books, set in days past in the hills of Tennessee. Susie and Lizzie each learn life-long lessons about the value of a giving spirit and the blessings that come from helping others. May Justus is one of the model writers that brought goodness into the world through her stories. Now we are proud to bring back two of her best works in a beautiful set, to cherish for years to come.
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