Ballad of Calamity Creek

Elisabeth Hamilton Friermood

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Ballad of Calamity Creek

Ballad of Calamity Creek An early th century Kentucky hills setting is the interesting background for this teen coming of age story When her father put his foot down saying that one year of college was quite enough for any

  • Title: Ballad of Calamity Creek
  • Author: Elisabeth Hamilton Friermood
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Hardcover
  • An early 20th century Kentucky hills setting is the interesting background for this teen coming of age story When her father put his foot down, saying that one year of college was quite enough for any girl, Ann Todd left Indianapolis for the newly established Stoney Hill, deep in the mountains of southeast Kentucky As a new teacher, she soon found that she had quite as mAn early 20th century Kentucky hills setting is the interesting background for this teen coming of age story When her father put his foot down, saying that one year of college was quite enough for any girl, Ann Todd left Indianapolis for the newly established Stoney Hill, deep in the mountains of southeast Kentucky As a new teacher, she soon found that she had quite as much to learn from her students as she had to teach.

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    1. Martha on said:

      This YA book is a little different than our modern YA books. When Ann's father decides she is done with her college education after only one year of school, she seeks to achieve her dream of teaching without a degree. Traveling to the hills of Kentucky, she works among the mountaineers and teaches their children, not the fancy French and English she thought she would teach, but often more practical things. Ms. Friermood's books are written in a simple, straightforward way, and speak well of the [...]

    2. Cheri on said:

      I remember reading this as a child and really liking it. I wish I could read it again.

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