On the Other Side of the Hill Little House review ✓ 3


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On the Other Side of the Hill Little House

A new addition to the Other Side MOBI #238 popular series written by the adopted grandson of Rose Wilder Laura Ingalls Wilder's daughter T. This book has a lot of Rose s growth in it but at times it s repetitive It covers the third year the Wilders are on Rocky Ridge and there are uite a few times when the story jumps ahead a few months Still there were uite a few things that jumped out at me I like that Abe said that Effie is the boss of the house The Ozark people put a lot of stock in omens I m glad that Rose understands that focusing on them means constant fretting Cider pressing sounds great if only because of the day of basking in friendly and joyous company Birthing and nursing were not spoken of in polite company As such we can see a major downside in being an only child particularly if a young girl was thinking about being a mother Professor Crowe is awful I m so glad that it wasn t common for kids to be BEAT And yes the kids are horrid to him as well but as an adult he set the worst example I LOVE Mrs Honeycutt especially because she played with her students at recess She s understanding of them and their desires too The Wishbook chapter made me laugh and wonder at the progressive times of the 1890sAnd it also made me realize in a different way that as things get exposure goods the world people being connected 247 etc the easier it is to carry envy the exasperated jealousy becomes This is bad for Rose She s always carried some jealousy for the town girls and her embarrassment pushes through in this book There are certainly the beginnings for the woman she became It s also great to see the growth of the times through entertainment like Wild West showsMacBride talks of the convenience I think it s the second time in all the books that I ve seen one mentionedIt s uite annoying that the title of the book isn t even brought up until the very end Thesaurus of the Senses repetitive It covers the third year the Wilders are on Rocky Ridge and there are uite a few times when the story jumps ahead a few months Still there were uite a few things that jumped out at me I like that Abe said that Effie is the boss of the house The Ozark people put a lot of stock in omens I m glad that Rose understands that focusing on them means constant fretting Cider pressing sounds great if only because of the day of basking in friendly and joyous company Birthing and nursing were not spoken of in polite company As such we can see a major downside in being an only child particularly if a young girl was thinking about being a mother Professor Crowe is awful I m so glad that it wasn t common for kids to be BEAT And yes the kids are horrid to him as well but as an adult he set the worst example I LOVE Mrs Honeycutt especially because she played with her students at The Coquette and the Boarding School recess She s understanding of them and their desires too The Wishbook chapter made me laugh and wonder at the progressive times of the 1890sAnd it also made me Imagimorphia realize in a different way that as things get exposure goods the world people being connected 247 etc the easier it is to carry envy the exasperated jealousy becomes This is bad for Rose She s always carried some jealousy for the town girls and her embarrassment pushes through in this book There are certainly the beginnings for the woman she became It s also great to see the growth of the times through entertainment like Wild West showsMacBride talks of the convenience I think it s the second time in all the books that I ve seen one mentionedIt s uite annoying that the title of the book isn t even brought up until the very end

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He Wilder family struggles to make a success of Rocky Ridge their little farm in the Ozarks Young Rose must help her parents as they battl. This is now the fourth book in the series and Rose is growing up My goodness her dolls are remaining in her drawer and she doesn t have time for childish escapades any What I m finding and from these books is that there are multiple lessons to be learned Don t lose your temper Don t get jealous Don t forget to build a cyclone cellar Don t play tricks on teachers Learn how babies are made Which is obviously beneficial to the intended reading group but not to a full grown adult The whole how are babies made storyline is cringe worthy in this day and age LauraMama blushes as soon as AlmanzoPapa so much as kisses her in front of their daughter and then stumbles over explaining to her 10 year old daughter how babies are made I know children were probably uite sheltered in those days but if you live a farm you would have seen things that you would never unsee And preparation is key whether you re going to be faced with a tree trunk when you see a guy naked for the first time or an acorn I suppose the ladies never saw anything in those days Or it was certainly never talked about in polite company So while Rose is growing up the family are still dealing with the various lessons that life throws at them Laura and Almanzo still feature uite heavily in the books and haven t disappeared into the background as I was expecting Laura seems to have moved away from her childishness which didn t seem ever to happen if you grew up as a lover of the original book seriesTV show and is uite the obedient farmer s wife now Almanzo I feel like is either strongly based on Dean Butler s portrayal of Almanzo or he played the character very well Unfortunately I don t recollect too much from Farmer s Boy or The First Four Years they weren t my favourites from the series There s still a very short amount of time covered in these books and I expect to see the jump happening soon Rose is already 1011 and we still have another four books to go If it finishes up around the same time as the LauraCaroline books did we need to get her finishing school and married with a baby on the way This is still easily skimmable and will be finished in no time I haven t found a seriously bad or seriously good book so far They are just easy to read and formulaic NITRO: The Incredible Rise and Inevitable Collapse of Ted Turner's WCW remaining in her drawer and she doesn t have time for childish escapades any What I m finding and from these books is that there are multiple lessons to be learned Don t lose your temper Don t get jealous Don t forget to build a cyclone cellar Don t play tricks on teachers Learn how babies are made Which is obviously beneficial to the intended Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, reading group but not to a full grown adult The whole how are babies made storyline is cringe worthy in this day and age LauraMama blushes as soon as AlmanzoPapa so much as kisses her in front of their daughter and then stumbles over explaining to her 10 year old daughter how babies are made I know children were probably uite sheltered in those days but if you live a farm you would have seen things that you would never unsee And preparation is key whether you The Non-Designer's Design Book (4th Edition) re going to be faced with a tree trunk when you see a guy naked for the first time or an acorn I suppose the ladies never saw anything in those days Or it was certainly never talked about in polite company So while Rose is growing up the family are still dealing with the various lessons that life throws at them Laura and Almanzo still feature uite heavily in the books and haven t disappeared into the background as I was expecting Laura seems to have moved away from her childishness which didn t seem ever to happen if you grew up as a lover of the original book seriesTV show and is uite the obedient farmer s wife now Almanzo I feel like is either strongly based on Dean Butler s portrayal of Almanzo or he played the character very well Unfortunately I don t Homewrecker recollect too much from Farmer s Boy or The First Four Years they weren t my favourites from the series There s still a very short amount of time covered in these books and I expect to see the jump happening soon Rose is already 1011 and we still have another four books to go If it finishes up around the same time as the LauraCaroline books did we need to get her finishing school and married with a baby on the way This is still easily skimmable and will be finished in no time I haven t found a seriously bad or seriously good book so far They are just easy to Make your own model forts & castles read and formulaic

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E the natural disasters of a cyclone a drought and a forest fire But there are good times as well when Rose attends her first party in tow. Rose s angry confrontation with Blanche s cousin continues to be my favorite part of this novel It reminded me so much of Laura s conflict with the horrid Nellie Olsen a memory that Laura brings up when she finds out what happened at Blanche s birthday party I was enraged on Rose s behalf and cracking up at how her life continues to echo that of her mother s despite the change in setting and timeAnd I really felt for Rose as she struggled to find contentment with her life particularly as Mother Nature conspires to make things even harder for the Wilder family The hope that fills the previous three books is shattered by a terrible turn of events and it s difficult to read about the Wilders suffering yet another setback But Rose and her parents never lose their pioneering spirit and the book ends with the promise that the next book in this series will be a big departure from the previous ones


10 thoughts on “On the Other Side of the Hill Little House

  1. says:

    After the last book which was a bit dull things pick up again for Rose and her family in this book One of the things that's interesting in co

  2. says:

    It wasn't terrific but at least it was better than the last one The stories were a little better The writing is just as annoying thoughLand sakes Laura Why do have to keep saying Land sakes??And I am so tired of someone's mo

  3. says:

    This book has a lot of Rose's growth in it but at times it's repetitive It covers the third year the Wilders are on Rocky Ridge and there are uite a few times when the story jumps ahead a few months Still there were uite a few things that jumped out at me I like that Abe said that Effie is the boss of the house The Ozark people put a lot of stock in omens I'm glad that Rose understands that focusing on them means constant fretting Cider pre

  4. says:

    This is now the fourth book in the series and Rose is growing up My goodness her dolls are remaining in her drawer and she doesn’t have time for childish escapades any What I’m finding and from these books is that there are multiple “lessons” to be learned Don’t lose your temper Don’t get jealous Don’t forget to build

  5. says:

    45 stars 510 hearts I read these books so fast that I’m having trouble remembering what happened in what book They follow each other along perfectly I still really love the characters—Abe Rose LauraMama AlmanzoPapa I loved seeing Father Mother Wilder again; also Blanche’s friendship with Rose is really fun There are a few euphemisms; and again the constant wonder about babies bugs me Rose’s growing rebellion flirtiness

  6. says:

    I have been collecting this series and finally found all the books at used bookstores This series follows Rose Wilder the daughter o

  7. says:

    This short series follows Laura Ingalls Wilder husband Almanzo and daughter Rose after they leave the Dakotas for the Ozarks I think this is almost entirely fictional but it's written in the same style as the Little House books and they maintain the same charm

  8. says:

    Another enjoyable easy read that held my interst

  9. says:

    Rose’s angry confrontation with Blanche’s cousin continues to be my favorite part of this novel It reminded me so much of Laura’s conflict with the horrid Nellie Olsen a memory that Laura brings up when she finds out what happened at Blanche’s birthday party I was enraged on Rose’s behalf and cracking up at how her life continues to echo that of her mother’s despite the change in setting and timeAnd I really felt for

  10. says:

    25 I probably wouldn't continue this series if I didn't love the Little House on the Prarie series so much

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