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ISBN:
0805013237
Author:
Rebecca Caudill
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Henry Holt & Co; First Edition edition (October 1, 1975)
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1240 kb
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1111 kb
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A Certain Small Shepherd book.

A Certain Small Shepherd book. From the late Rebecca Caudill, author of The Best-Loved Doll and Tree of Freedom, comes the heartrending story of a young Appalachian boy, born mute, who speaks for the first time ever to a young couple and their newborn baby, who have taken refuge from a blizzard in a nearby church.

Rebecca Caudill (Author).

A certain small shepherd. by. Caudill, Rebecca, 1899-1985; Du Bois, William Pène, 1916-1993. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Rebecca Caudill Ayars (February 2, 1899 – October 2, 1985) was an American author of children's literature with more than twenty books published. Her Tree of Freedom (Viking, 1949) was a Newbery Honor Book in 1950. A Pocketful of Cricket (Holt,. A Pocketful of Cricket (Holt, 1964), illustrated by Evaline Ness, was a Caldecott Honor Book. Caudill was one of eleven children in the family of Susan and George Caudill of Harlan County, Kentucky. She was born in Poor Fork, now Cumberland, Kentucky

A Certain Small Shepherd. Published by Thriftbooks. There is a Christian spirit of love and generosity coursing through Rebecca Caudill's portrait of this child. com User, 13 years ago. A lovely and unusual version of the traditional Christmas story. I don't think that's really true. Early in the book, Jamie's father talks to a doctor, who tells him that Jamie is physically capable of speaking, but he needs help learning to do so, help the family can not afford.

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A Certain Small Shepherd (1965). Did You Carry the Flag Today, Charley? (1966). Categories: American Authors.

Find nearly any book by Rebecca Caudill. Rebecca Caudill (Caudill, Rebecca). used books, rare books and new books. A Certain Small Shepherd (Owlet Book): ISBN 9780805053920 (978-0-8050-5392-0) Softcover, Henry Holt and Co. (BYR), 1997

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A Certain Small Shepherd. 1966) A Chapter Book by Rebecca Caudill. Genre: Children's Fiction. Similar books by other authors.

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A little mute boy is happy to be a shepherd in the Christmas play but when it is cancelled he plays a more exciting role
  • Kalv
Reading this lovely story has been a family Christmas tradition for more than 40 yrs. when we were given the hardbound copy by a loving grandmother. It held up beautifully but that copy came up missing after we moved back into our home following a flood this past summer. Just had to order another copy because we love it so much. Library bindings just last and last and last!!! I'll be passing this new one down to my own grandchildren.
  • Anayajurus
This is a wonderful story. I always read this book to children in my elementary school library while I was a school librarian. I would have never discarded it from my collection. Rebecca Caudill, the author, is an award winning Kentucky author.
  • one life
One of my all--time favorite Christmas stories.
  • Fenius
My friend recommended this book at our book club meeting and I absolutely loved the story. I enjoyed it so much that I sent it to my grandchildren to read during the holidays.
  • Doukasa
Caudill is a treasured Kentucky author. Although the words "social stories" were coined much after her books were written, they are indeed that for all young readers and those who share them.
  • Gir
I first found this book long ago. I always read it to my kids at school. I just like the story, although I realize it's fictional. It also gives some information about how life in Appalachia, a while back, might have been.
I ordered it for my grandson.
  • Rleillin
Just as l never tire of watching "It's A Wonderful Life", l read this Appilachian tale with a sense of wonder each time!
This book is so well written and is great for kids and adults alike. It brings back so many memories of my own childhood Christmases and my Mom reading it to us. It is such a heartwarming story. ENJOY!!!