Laddie

Laddie

Book - 1916
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Laddie, is a captivating, good-humored look at family life in the early 1900's in a small farming community in Indiana. The story is told in the first person narrative by the youngest in a family of twelve children, known only as "Little Sister". Through her eyes the listener experiences the lives, loves, and tribulations of her family. But it is Laddie, her eighteen-year-old brother, whom she is the most proud. Life becomes complicated when Laddie falls in love with a British girl. A clash of cultures and values has both, Laddie's parents, and those of his sweetheart's at odds, forcing the young couple to find a way to make their budding romance work.
Publisher: [London] :, John Murray,, 1916.
Branch Call Number: OLDER FICTION
Characteristics: 374 pages ;,19 cm.

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