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Hattie Big Sky Themes

Kirby Larson
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Themes

A Place To Call Home

Hattie Inez Brooks is an orphan who lost both her parents at a very early age in life. From then on, she lived on the handouts and generosity of a variety of ever more distant relatives. The one thing that Hattie never knew, or at the very least could not remember, was what it felt like to belong — to have a place to call home. Every family that took her in made it plain that she would be fed and clothed, but that it was by their discretion and could just as easily be taken away. She lived in constant fear of having no where to live, and being homeless. Her one secret dream was simply to belong and to have a place to call home.

When she receives the letter from her late Uncle Chester telling her that she has inherited his...

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Hattie Big Sky from BookRags and Gale's For Students Series. ©2005-2006 Thomson Gale, a part of the Thomson Corporation. All rights reserved.
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