It is the 1880s. Noah Bidson works hard on the family farm on the Colorado prairie. One day his mother tells him that his aunt Dora is coming to give him some schooling. Noah is angry. What use is reading on the prairie?Aunt Dora arrives, and all the Bidsons are surprised to find that she is confined to a wheelchair. But Aunt Dora doesn't let it stop her. When Noah refuses to learn inside the sod farmhouse, Aunt Dora finds a unique way to show him that there's a whole new world waiting for him.Avi's compelling story is brought to life by Bill Farnsworth's luminous paintings.
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- Hardback | 47 pages
- 156.5 x 223.3 x 10.2mm | 248.82g
- 10 Apr 2001
- HarperCollins Publishers
- United States
- Illustrations, unspecified