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Mary Ingalls on her own

Elizabeth Cody Kimmel

Mary Ingalls on her own

by Elizabeth Cody Kimmel

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  • 22 Currently reading

Published by HarperCollinsPublishers in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blind -- Fiction,
  • People with disabilities -- Fiction,
  • Schools -- Fiction,
  • Interpersonal relations -- Fiction

  • About the Edition

    In 1881, sixteen-year-old Mary Ingalls becomes a student at the Iowa College for the Blind, where she studies academic subjects and learns skills that will allow her to be independent and to earn a living.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Elizabeth Kimmel Willard.
    GenreFiction.
    SeriesLittle house
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.K56475 Mar 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination180 p. ;
    Number of Pages180
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18276252M
    ISBN 109780060009052
    LC Control Number2007010908

    Holds on physical items have been suspended; while the library is closed we encourage you to check out our electronic resources. Mary IngalLs lost her sight after a devastating bout of scarlet fever. Now Mary has the opportunity to attend the Iowa College for the Blind, where she will get a fresh start with her education and can learn the skills she needs for an independent future as well. It seems like a dream come true. But it also means leaving her cherished family behind in Dakota Territory, including her /5(2).

    Looking For Mary: Books. There are no books specifically dealing with the life of Mary Ingalls. However, Mary is included in the following books about her sister, Laura Ingalls Wilder. For Young Readers. Anderson, William T. Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Biography. —. Prairie Girl: The Life of Laura Ingalls Wilder. —. Comprar Mary Ingalls on Her Own (Little House), , de Kimmel, Elizabeth Cody editado por HARPERCOLLINS. ENVIO GRATIS para clientes Prime/5(26).

    From to , Melissa Sue Anderson appeared as Mary Ingalls, a well-behaved girl who tragically lost her sight, on 'Little House on the Prairie.'.   Mary IngalLs lost her sight after a devastating bout of scarlet fever. Now Mary has the opportunity to attend the Iowa College for the Blind, where she will get a fresh start with her education and can learn the skills she needs for an independent future as well. It seems like a dream come true. But it also means leaving her cherished family behind in Dakota Territory, including her /5(2).


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She also meets another girl, a bitter young woman named by: 1. The novel, Mary Ingalls On Her Own, opens with Ma and Pa and Mary arriving in Vinton, Iowa. They have brought their daughter to blind school, a college for the blind. Everyone in the Ingalls family has worked so hard in order to provide this opportunity for Mary.

And Mary know she is fortunate and blessed to be here/5. Mary Ingalls on Her Own. Chapter One. College Girl. Mary Ingalls stepped carefully from the train onto the bustling platform in Vinton, Iowa.

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This is a good book. It has Mary Ingalls point of view from when she left her home and family to attend The Iowa College (They called school's for the blind colleges back then) She meets her school principal and her roommate Blanche.

She also meets another girl, a bitter young woman named Mattie/5(26). Mary Ingalls on Her Own | Mary IngalLs lost her sight after a devastating bout of scarlet fever.

Now Mary has the opportunity to attend the Iowa College for the Blind, where she will get a fresh start with her education and can learn the skills she needs for an independent future as : HarperCollins.

Mary Ingalls On Her Own – Little House on the Prairie Museum Mary IngalLs lost her sight after a devastating bout of scarlet fever.

Now Mary has the opportunity to attend the Iowa College for the Blind, where she will get a fresh start with her education and can learn the skills she needs for an independent future as well. Mary Ingalls on Her Own. This is a good book. It has Mary Ingalls point of view from when she left her home and family to attend The Iowa College (They called school's for the blind colleges back then) She meets her school principal and her roommate Blanche.

She also meets another girl, a bitter young woman named Mattie. Later on, she meets her other /5. Mary IngalLs lost her sight after a devastating bout of scarlet fever.

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Mary Ingalls on Her Own by Elizabeth Cody Kimmel,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(K). Mary Ingalls on Her Own, Hardcover by Kimmel, Elizabeth Cody, ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US Insixteen-year-old Mary Ingalls becomes a student at the Iowa College for the Blind, where she studies academic subjects and learns skills that will allow her to be independent and to earn a living.3/5(2).

Mary Ingalls on Her Own. Description. Mary IngalLs lost her sight after a devastating bout of scarlet fever. Now Mary has the opportunity to attend the Iowa College for the Blind, where she will get a fresh start with her education and can learn the skills she needs for an independent future as well.Mary Amelia Ingalls was the first child of Charles and Caroline Ingalls and was born on Januin Pepin, Wisconsin.

Mary was a character in all of the Little House books and Mary and Laura were inseperable. When Mary was fourteen years old, she became severely ill.After losing her sight at age 14 because of a devastating bout of scarlet fever, Mary Ingalls has longed to return to school.

She wants learn Braille, and master other skills that will make her independent. Now, at Mary has the opportunity to attend the Iowa College for the Blind. Though it's a dream come true for her, it still means leaving her cherished family behind in 5/5(1).