Books Like Miss Hickory by Carolyn Sherwin Bailey | Suggested Reading

Carolyn Sherwin Bailey
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Bailey divides her writings into two categories: those about children in early America, and those set in the countryside around her hometown of Temple, New Hampshire. Books in the first category include Boys and Girls of Colonial Days (1917), Boy Heroes in Making America (1931), and Boys and Girls of Pioneer Days (1924). Miss Hickory is the best example of the New Hampshire books. Also of interest is Finnegan II: His Nine Lives, about a cat who, like Miss Hickory, must survive on his own. But unlike Miss Hickory, who lives in the country, Finnegan lives in an alley across from a delicatessen.

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