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Five little peppers and how they grew [electronic resource] / Margaret Sidney.

Sidney, Margaret 1844-1924 (Author). Burns, Rebecca. (Narrator). hoopla digital. (Added Author).

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Participant or Performer Note: Read by Rebecca Burns.
Summary, etc.: Mrs. Pepper, a widow, and her five children lived in a plain little brown house where she struggled to feed and clothe her lively brood. The family had little in the way of luxury and hardly any of the things that many of us today take for granted. But they had such fun and good times together and loved one another so dearly that when a very rich little boy discovered the warmth and happiness that flooded the little brown house he felt himself lucky to be in it. And as it turned out, his coming brought luck to the Five Little Peppers too.The adventures of this poor but loving Pepper family-Ben, Polly, Joel, Davie, and the adored youngest, Phronsie-have charmed young audiences for more than a century. Overflowing with warmth, suspense, and many delightful surprises, this classic remains as compelling as ever.
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Subject: Brothers and sisters Juvenile fiction
Poverty Juvenile fiction
Single-parent families Juvenile fiction
New England History 19th century Juvenile fiction
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