Betsy's Little Star

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  • Title: Betsy's Little Star
  • Author: Carolyn Haywood
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Hardcover

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Betsy's Little Star

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  1. When I was a wee little lass and learning to read I had a really tough time I was in the Special reading group for those who had a tough time reading Words were hard gosh darn it Well being the girl that I am and always have been I grabbed every book I could and took it by the throat and beat it into submission I read and read until suddenly I found myself transported by books rather than in a grudge match The school I went to was tiny and they actually wouldn t let you read certain books until [...]


  2. Carolyn Haywood s books were a HUGE part of my childhood When I was very, very young and had just started to read big words, Carolyn s books were the stories I read over and over again They are perfect for small children and also wonderful to read aloud The stories are simple, but quaint, teaching good values Also, as with a lot of older children s literature, her stories present a very idyllic image of life in simpler times.


  3. I still have my copy of this book, which actually belonged to my mother as a child As you d expect it s a fairly old hardcover book I loved Betsy s Little Star and read it many times, including the times my mom read it to me It was published in 1950, and as a child of the early 1980 s there were many things about the time period that intrigued and enchanted me It only enhanced my love of red shoes Until recently, I didn t know there were any other books featuring these characters and to date thi [...]


  4. I have been looking for these books everywhere and I am so glad to have finally found them While my friends in elementary school were always checking out the popular books in the library, I found myself coming back to this series again and again I m pretty sure I read every book in the series at least twice I m a little perturbed to discover that they ve been re released with a modern cover, because I actually prefer the vintage look Brings back so many memories and should I stumble across the [...]


  5. found this book at a book give away and had to scoop it up I never read any of the Betsy stories as a kid, but stars mean a lot to me, so I grabbed it.What an adorable little story Each chapter could be its own story, but they also all go together I think this is definitely something I will try to read to my nephew at some point Could be perfect for summer reading.


  6. My sister used to read this book to me as a little girl Betsy my name was the big sister although, I, was the little sister It was the first time I felt a relationship with a book and characters and it was amazing This one book turned me on to a life long obsession with books and reading.


  7. I ve been reading Carolyn Haywood s Betsy series since I was in elementary school Very gentle first chapter books that were originally published in the early 1950s Where else can you find books that make reference to snow pants, galoshes, quarter past nine, and eating Junket










  8. I sometimes forget how much I enjoyed this Betsy before I discovered Betsy Ray Here, she welcomes baby sister, Star, at Christmas.