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On Tide Mill Lane ➽ [Reading] ➿ On Tide Mill Lane By Melissa Wiley ➲ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Boston s Little House Girl Meet Charlotte Tucker, the little girl who would grow up to be Laura Ingalls Wilder s grandmother Winter is coming, and Charlotte s days are filled with cornhusking and cand Boston s Little House Girl Meet Charlotte Tucker, the little girl who would grow up to be Laura Ingalls Wilder s grandmother Winter is coming, and Charlotte s days are filled with cornhusking and candle dipping and helping Mama mind baby Mary But the war is still going on, and Charlotte worries about Will, Papa s striker, who is marching north with the militia On Tide PDF or Then one day Charlotte hears bells ringing from Boston, and that night every building in the town common is lit up with candles Could it be that peace has finally come On Tide Mill Lane is the second book in The Charlotte Years, an ongoing series about another spirited girl from America s most beloved pioneer family.


10 thoughts on “On Tide Mill Lane

  1. Emily Emily says:

    The story was cute but I liked the first in the series better because I learnedabout the time from it This one was a classic little house book.


  2. Rosa Cline Rosa Cline says:

    This is the second book in the Little House Charlotte Years It is written for an older child so if you are an adult reading you may think it s below you But I found it a nice book to read before bed to help calm my mind of my busy day It s a pleasant read Ms Wiley wrote this book just like she did the Martha years incorporating in the history of what was going on during that time in Charlotte s life.This book holds a lot of history pertaining to that time frame in real life That is wh This is the second book in the Little House Charlotte Years It is written for an older child so if you are an adult reading you may think it s below you But I found it a nice book to read before bed to help calm my mind of my busy day It s a pleasant read Ms Wiley wrote this book just like she did the Martha years incorporating in the history of what was going on during that time in Charlotte s life.This book holds a lot of history pertaining to that time frame in real life That is why I enjoyed the story so well, and if I had a chance during the day to read I probably wouldn t have put the book down I read it every night until I could no longer keep my eyes open and like I did years ago when I was young I couldn t wait until I could pick it back up again this book could be read out of order but it does help to have read the first one to understand the relationships and emotions of all characters I very good read


  3. Jaime K Jaime K says:

    It was strange and exciting to be out after candle time, with the veil of night fallen over the world and the stars piercing the air one by one This is in the beginning of the book and it really put me in the frame of mind of no electricity, that the lights at night were candles, lanterns, and bonfires I kept thinking of the cornhusking as being lit by twinkling lights, but instead it was a fire hazard As I read of the cornhusking, I could smell the husks, a smell that I love in the autumn, It was strange and exciting to be out after candle time, with the veil of night fallen over the world and the stars piercing the air one by one This is in the beginning of the book and it really put me in the frame of mind of no electricity, that the lights at night were candles, lanterns, and bonfires I kept thinking of the cornhusking as being lit by twinkling lights, but instead it was a fire hazard As I read of the cornhusking, I could smell the husks, a smell that I love in the autumn, a scent that invigorates me even in the cold It s funny how the women were expected to take action for certain kernels red meant a kiss and withered smut meant a smack The naughty and teasing adults filled me with joy to read.As an adult, I see the blatant displays of sexismand I like when both Lew and Martha divert it It s very real.There is a great lesson from mama Martha disliking someone, even to where you want them out of your life, does not mean you hate them There is another lesson that even those not good at academics have a lot of skills and callings beyond the classroom.I find it odd that not only was there no Christmas heard of in Scotland, but that it wasn t even popular heard of much in New England The mechanic s parade is a beautiful idea I don t like parades, but that is one I would enjoy It s SO much better than random figures and people riding in fire trucks.I find it nauseating and terrifying how infections were handled, and how amputations occurred Yet I m glad that the methods were efficient for their time and that infections weren t necessarily a death sentence.The baby black sheep sound adorable I can relate to the hurricane chapter a lotthan Laura s tornado chapters The writing is a bitmature than the first book even though Charlotte is only between 5 1 2 and 6 years here Still, there were times when I thought of the Big Sister, Little Sister books by Ann M Martin, especially when Charlotte is with Susan


  4. Laura Laura says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This is the second book in Wiley s series about Charlotte, Laura Ingalls Wilder s grandmother Charlotte is in school now, and between the ages of 6 and 7, I would guess This book takes place at the close of the War of 1812 The family has been affected by the war because Charlotte s father, a metal worker, is working longer hours because his striker is in the war His striker, Will, was like a member of the family, so the whole family misses him and wishes that the war would end and he would c This is the second book in Wiley s series about Charlotte, Laura Ingalls Wilder s grandmother Charlotte is in school now, and between the ages of 6 and 7, I would guess This book takes place at the close of the War of 1812 The family has been affected by the war because Charlotte s father, a metal worker, is working longer hours because his striker is in the war His striker, Will, was like a member of the family, so the whole family misses him and wishes that the war would end and he would come home safely Charlotte goes to school and makes a new friend whose family has been displaced due to the war When the war ends, there are lots of changes, her friend has to go back home, her brother gets injured during a celebration, the soldiers are coming back They all hope and pray that Will makes it home This is a wonderful story, with great lessons in it I love the lesson about being careful about what you say about others Charlotte s mother tells the story of her own quick tongue when she was a child Her stories come to life with her vivid descriptions of her life as a child in Scotland Due to the war and injuries, I would recommend this book to older elementary students, about age 8 or 9 and up Children of all ages who love Laura Ingalls Wilder books or historical fiction will love this book


  5. Story_Girl Story_Girl says:

    Another chapter in the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder s Grandmother s life Charlotte s life has change a lot due to the war with the British Her friend Will has left to fight and her father is struggling to manage work in the blacksmith shop alone There are rations and adjustments Plus school is changing too, because Charlotte s teacher is getting married This is a great little book about overcoming adversity Charlotte experiences her first hurricane Her brother Lewis suffer s a life threat Another chapter in the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder s Grandmother s life Charlotte s life has change a lot due to the war with the British Her friend Will has left to fight and her father is struggling to manage work in the blacksmith shop alone There are rations and adjustments Plus school is changing too, because Charlotte s teacher is getting married This is a great little book about overcoming adversity Charlotte experiences her first hurricane Her brother Lewis suffer s a life threatening illness, and has to make a sacrifice which makes you appreciate just how far medicine has come Then Will goes missing after his camp is raided, and they must face the possibility he will never come home.And there are a lot of moral lesson s in this book like not using your tongue to injury others and thinking before you speak I loved it and think it is a great book for any fan, but maybe Mum s should read it first to check if their kids are ready to handle Lewis medical issues


  6. Kate H Kate H says:

    None of the other Little House Years books are as good as the ones about Laura but other then the Laura books I prefer the Martha books but the Charlotte books are a close third for me I am from the Boston area so I enjoy reading about this region of the world plus the descriptions are excellent.


  7. Kristen Luppino Kristen Luppino says:

    So beautifully in the style of the originals and simultaneously unique.


  8. Emma Emma says:

    Awesome


  9. Chris Chris says:

    What a fun, nostalgic book to read I recommend this book to all Little House fans ages 9.


  10. Dawn Dawn says:

    Another enjoyable read about Charlotte, Laura Ingalls Wilder s maternal grandmother My eight year old daughter and I are really enjoying this series


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10 thoughts on “On Tide Mill Lane

  1. Emily Emily says:

    The story was cute but I liked the first in the series better because I learnedabout the time from it This one was a classic little house book.

  2. Rosa Cline Rosa Cline says:

    This is the second book in the Little House Charlotte Years It is written for an older child so if you are an adult reading you may think it s below you But I found it a nice book to read before bed to help calm my mind of my busy day It s a pleasant read Ms Wiley wrote this book just like she did the Martha years incorporating in the history of what was going on during that time in Charlotte s life.This book holds a lot of history pertaining to that time frame in real life That is wh This is the second book in the Little House Charlotte Years It is written for an older child so if you are an adult reading you may think it s below you But I found it a nice book to read before bed to help calm my mind of my busy day It s a pleasant read Ms Wiley wrote this book just like she did the Martha years incorporating in the history of what was going on during that time in Charlotte s life.This book holds a lot of history pertaining to that time frame in real life That is why I enjoyed the story so well, and if I had a chance during the day to read I probably wouldn t have put the book down I read it every night until I could no longer keep my eyes open and like I did years ago when I was young I couldn t wait until I could pick it back up again this book could be read out of order but it does help to have read the first one to understand the relationships and emotions of all characters I very good read

  3. Jaime K Jaime K says:

    It was strange and exciting to be out after candle time, with the veil of night fallen over the world and the stars piercing the air one by one This is in the beginning of the book and it really put me in the frame of mind of no electricity, that the lights at night were candles, lanterns, and bonfires I kept thinking of the cornhusking as being lit by twinkling lights, but instead it was a fire hazard As I read of the cornhusking, I could smell the husks, a smell that I love in the autumn, It was strange and exciting to be out after candle time, with the veil of night fallen over the world and the stars piercing the air one by one This is in the beginning of the book and it really put me in the frame of mind of no electricity, that the lights at night were candles, lanterns, and bonfires I kept thinking of the cornhusking as being lit by twinkling lights, but instead it was a fire hazard As I read of the cornhusking, I could smell the husks, a smell that I love in the autumn, a scent that invigorates me even in the cold It s funny how the women were expected to take action for certain kernels red meant a kiss and withered smut meant a smack The naughty and teasing adults filled me with joy to read.As an adult, I see the blatant displays of sexismand I like when both Lew and Martha divert it It s very real.There is a great lesson from mama Martha disliking someone, even to where you want them out of your life, does not mean you hate them There is another lesson that even those not good at academics have a lot of skills and callings beyond the classroom.I find it odd that not only was there no Christmas heard of in Scotland, but that it wasn t even popular heard of much in New England The mechanic s parade is a beautiful idea I don t like parades, but that is one I would enjoy It s SO much better than random figures and people riding in fire trucks.I find it nauseating and terrifying how infections were handled, and how amputations occurred Yet I m glad that the methods were efficient for their time and that infections weren t necessarily a death sentence.The baby black sheep sound adorable I can relate to the hurricane chapter a lotthan Laura s tornado chapters The writing is a bitmature than the first book even though Charlotte is only between 5 1 2 and 6 years here Still, there were times when I thought of the Big Sister, Little Sister books by Ann M Martin, especially when Charlotte is with Susan

  4. Laura Laura says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This is the second book in Wiley s series about Charlotte, Laura Ingalls Wilder s grandmother Charlotte is in school now, and between the ages of 6 and 7, I would guess This book takes place at the close of the War of 1812 The family has been affected by the war because Charlotte s father, a metal worker, is working longer hours because his striker is in the war His striker, Will, was like a member of the family, so the whole family misses him and wishes that the war would end and he would c This is the second book in Wiley s series about Charlotte, Laura Ingalls Wilder s grandmother Charlotte is in school now, and between the ages of 6 and 7, I would guess This book takes place at the close of the War of 1812 The family has been affected by the war because Charlotte s father, a metal worker, is working longer hours because his striker is in the war His striker, Will, was like a member of the family, so the whole family misses him and wishes that the war would end and he would come home safely Charlotte goes to school and makes a new friend whose family has been displaced due to the war When the war ends, there are lots of changes, her friend has to go back home, her brother gets injured during a celebration, the soldiers are coming back They all hope and pray that Will makes it home This is a wonderful story, with great lessons in it I love the lesson about being careful about what you say about others Charlotte s mother tells the story of her own quick tongue when she was a child Her stories come to life with her vivid descriptions of her life as a child in Scotland Due to the war and injuries, I would recommend this book to older elementary students, about age 8 or 9 and up Children of all ages who love Laura Ingalls Wilder books or historical fiction will love this book

  5. Story_Girl Story_Girl says:

    Another chapter in the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder s Grandmother s life Charlotte s life has change a lot due to the war with the British Her friend Will has left to fight and her father is struggling to manage work in the blacksmith shop alone There are rations and adjustments Plus school is changing too, because Charlotte s teacher is getting married This is a great little book about overcoming adversity Charlotte experiences her first hurricane Her brother Lewis suffer s a life threat Another chapter in the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder s Grandmother s life Charlotte s life has change a lot due to the war with the British Her friend Will has left to fight and her father is struggling to manage work in the blacksmith shop alone There are rations and adjustments Plus school is changing too, because Charlotte s teacher is getting married This is a great little book about overcoming adversity Charlotte experiences her first hurricane Her brother Lewis suffer s a life threatening illness, and has to make a sacrifice which makes you appreciate just how far medicine has come Then Will goes missing after his camp is raided, and they must face the possibility he will never come home.And there are a lot of moral lesson s in this book like not using your tongue to injury others and thinking before you speak I loved it and think it is a great book for any fan, but maybe Mum s should read it first to check if their kids are ready to handle Lewis medical issues

  6. Kate H Kate H says:

    None of the other Little House Years books are as good as the ones about Laura but other then the Laura books I prefer the Martha books but the Charlotte books are a close third for me I am from the Boston area so I enjoy reading about this region of the world plus the descriptions are excellent.

  7. Kristen Luppino Kristen Luppino says:

    So beautifully in the style of the originals and simultaneously unique.

  8. Emma Emma says:

    Awesome

  9. Chris Chris says:

    What a fun, nostalgic book to read I recommend this book to all Little House fans ages 9.

  10. Dawn Dawn says:

    Another enjoyable read about Charlotte, Laura Ingalls Wilder s maternal grandmother My eight year old daughter and I are really enjoying this series

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