Prairie City

Author: Angie Debo
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 9780806130941
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Prairie City is the social history of a representative midwestern town - a composite of several Oklahoma small towns. Beginning with the "one flashing moment" of the 1889 land run, which opened the "Oklahoma Lands" for white settlement, Angie Debo depicts the struggles of the settlers on the vast prairie to build a community despite seasons of drought, prairie fire, and destitution. Solidly based on historical research, Prairie City chronicles the arrival of the railroad, the growth of political parties and educational institutions, KKK uprisings, the oil boom, the Depression and the New Deal, and the effects of two world wars on small-town America.

Little Town On The Prairie

Author: Laura Ingalls Wilder
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0060885432
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Laura spends her fifteenth summer working hard to help send Mary to a college for the blind.

Whispers On The Wind

Author: Caroline Fyffe
Publisher: Montlake Romance
ISBN: 9781503939059
Size: 36.78 MB
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A straitlaced bookseller and a rowdy trail guide fight their ill-suited attraction in Book Five of the Prairie Hearts series by USA Today bestselling author Caroline Fyffe. Wyoming Territory, October 1883 Tabitha Canterbury came to Logan Meadows with one goal: to open the bookshop she's always dreamed of having. In a town full of illiterate cowboys, though, making the Storybook Lodge a success is easier said than done. And things get more complicated when the saloon next door gets a new co-owner and Tabitha finds herself falling for the wrong sort of man.... After a lifetime guiding settlers across the prairie, Hunter Wade isn't looking to stay put in Logan Meadows. But as a partner in the Bright Nugget saloon, he's determined to turn a profit--and if that puts him in competition with Miss Hoity-Toity Canterbury, that's fine. Even if she is beautiful, and clever, and always ready with a witty retort. Can these two stubborn souls come together--or will pride keep them apart?

Where The Wind Blows

Author: Caroline Fyffe
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781612187129
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Cowboy Chase Logan has been in plenty of touchy situations, but pretending to be the husband of a recent widow and father to her adopted children is the most difficult job he's had yet. Original.

Prairie Rose

Author: Catherine Palmer
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 9780842370561
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Rosie Mills, who was raised as an orphan, develops feelings for the young widower for whom she is working as a housekeeper, but she feels barred by her past from any chance for happiness.

Winter Days In The Big Woods

Author: Laura Ingalls Wilder
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0064433730
Size: 50.33 MB
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Laura helps Ma and Pa make the little log cabin snug and cozy for the snowy days ahead. 1994 "Pick of the Lists" (ABA)

Before The Larkspur Blooms

Author: Caroline Fyffe
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781612187136
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After spending eight years in prison for a crime he didn't commit, Thomas Donovan returns home to the windswept prairies of Wyoming hoping to find a second chance at life and only to discover a second chance at love.

Five Days Left

Author: Julie Lawson Timmer
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698140869
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“A beautifully drawn study of what is at risk when you lose control of your own life. Unique, gripping, and viscerally moving—this impressive debut novel heralds the arrival of an extremely talented writer.” —Jodi Picoult, New York Times–bestselling author of Leaving Time Destined to be a book club favorite, a heart-wrenching debut about two people who must decide how much they’re willing to sacrifice for love. Mara Nichols is a successful lawyer, devoted wife, and adoptive mother who has received a life-shattering diagnosis. Scott Coffman, a middle school teacher, has been fostering an eight-year-old boy while the boy’s mother serves a jail sentence. Scott and Mara both have five days left until they must say good-bye to the ones they love the most. Through their stories, Julie Lawson Timmer explores the individual limits of human endurance and the power of relationships, and shows that sometimes loving someone means holding on, and sometimes it means letting go.