Hattie Big Sky

Title: Hattie Big Sky
Author: Kirby Larson
Rating: 4 outta 5 stars
Review: Hattie Big Sky is based on Ms. Larson’s ancestor who actually went through the homestead experience.

Hattie is a strong willed, naive, hopeful, and good-natured character. As a girl, she was a great character. That said, I’m not sure this book is for boys.

Hattie grew up being shifted from relative to relative after her parents both died when she was young. She’s always felt like she had no place to call her own. While living with a distant relative she receives word that her Uncle (her Mom’s brother) died and left her his homestead in Montana. Hattie decides to go to Montana and prove his claim. Of course, it’s rough. The weather is terrible, the political climate is strained (this takes place during World War II), and Hattie has a lot to learn.

Currently Reading: Bottled Up by: Jaye Murray

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