“Hattie Big Sky,” by Kirby Larson

Book Cover Art for Hattie Big Sky by Kirby Larson“Hattie Big Sky,” by Kirby Larson is a Newberry Honor Award winning historical fiction novel about a sixteen-year-old girl who moves to Montana by herself to live on a land claim and prove it.

Hattie Brooks was orphaned at a young age, and as a result she has spent most of her life being shuttled from relative to relative. Her relatives view her as an annoyance, especially her aunt, who wants her to work as a maid.

When one of Hattie’s Uncles dies he leaves her his land claim, 320 acres of land in Montana.

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Inkweaver Review 2009-05-01T15:08:00-05:00

4 replies so far. What are your thoughts?

pussreboots said...

I just finished the book. I was drawn to it for the beautiful cover and the title. I didn't expect it to suck me in the way it did.

NathanKP said...

Thanks for commenting pussreboots.

The inner text of "Hattie Big Sky" is just as beautiful as the cover art, and this is something that only the best books manage to achieve.

I'm glad that you enjoyed it.

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