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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Renee Graef,Melissa Wiley
  • ISBN:
    0060279869
  • ISBN13:
    978-0060279868
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  • Publisher:
    HarperCollins; 1 edition (February 4, 2003)
  • Pages:
    208 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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In "Beyond the Heather Hills", the young, adventurous Martha Morse, is taking a trip away from home for the first time in her life

She lives in Virginia with her husband, Scott, and her daughters, Kate, Erin, and Eileen. In "Beyond the Heather Hills", the young, adventurous Martha Morse, is taking a trip away from home for the first time in her life. but she's about to discover that there's so much more of the world. I cherish the moment that Martha and her older sister Grisie locked eyes and bonded like never before. It's a beautiful scene.

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Beyond the Heather Hills. Book in the Little House: The Martha Years Series). This is Marthas first time beyond the familiar heather hills and this city on the River Tay is more exciting than she could have ever imagined! Ages 8-12. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780064407151.

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Little House in the Highlands. Little House fans will enjoy this charming spinoff, which features one of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s ancestors. Young Martha, inquisitive and impulsive, finds her way in and out of scrapes at her highland home. As in the original series, abundant details of everyday life provide a picture of the time. (The Horn Book Guide). The Far Side of the Loch.

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In this fourth book in the Martha Years series, ten-year-old Martha journeys to the bustling city of Perth to visit her newly married sister Grisie. This is Martha's first time away from the Scottish Highlands, and the fair city on the River Tay is more exciting than she could have ever imagined!


Daigrel
Martha leaves the valley for the first time. She continues to be her spunky self, yet discovers that she's not THE Laird's daughter only that she's A Laird's daughter. It makes her think about whether she's thought of herself as being better than others. In reading these Martha books, you witness a girl who although born into money wants to be looked upon and treated no better or no worse than any other child. She wants to give to, learn from, and mingle with servants, their families, and everyone else in the valley. In this particular book, she's goes to Perth to visit with her sister Grisie. While enjoying her visit with Grisie, she finds it a challenge to deal with the servants and Grisie's father-in-law who don't want her there. She wants to "behave" as she's been told to do, but she also wants them to know that she has her own personality and didn't come 'out of a cookie cutter.' This, as with all of the series, is a Great Story.
Butius
Martha is Laura Ingalls Wilder's great-grandmother and the "Martha series" are the books about her life in Scotland. This one has her beginning to grow up and learn to be a young lady. This is a great series of books, as are the ones that cover her daughter (Charlotte) and granddaughter (Caroline, Laura's mother). Remember these are not written by Laura, so they're different from the original Little House books, but they are excellent little books showing the author's view of how the girls' lives went.
Lailace
My children love these books!!
Ygglune
Collecting all the Little House books.
FEISKO
My daughter has already read the Laure Ingle Wilder series and loved them so much she wanted to read more from the series. I encourage it not because it is good to read (though it is), but also because I love the fact that I don't have to worry about inappropriate material in these books. They were shipped fast and well packaged. It was a winner all around.
Amerikan_Volga
In "Beyond the Heather Hills", the young, adventurous Martha Morse, is taking a trip away from home for the first time in her life. The only land she's laid eyes on before is her father's land of Glencaraid... but she's about to discover that there's so much more of the world.

I cherish the moment that Martha and her older sister Grisie locked eyes and bonded like never before. It's a beautiful scene. There's other such enjoyable moments in "Beyond the Heather Hills" -- lots of things to chuckle over, but quite a few solemn moments too. And through it all, there's the Scottish brogue to keep every single conversation SO riveting.

Although these books are nice and lovely to enjoy, this one seemed to have a few grim scenes that could be perceived as a little scary for youngsters reading it alone. For example, while visiting her older sister, Martha stays in a room which once belonged to a girl that is sometimes referred to as "Dead Cora", and Martha is unsettled with the situation for a while (who wouldn't?). About half-way through, Martha witnesses a man having a seizure -- and it's a very dramatic event for her to experience.

There's much Scottish folklore in these books, which colors the culture well. Anyone would learn much about Scotland. (This series isn't just for children to enjoy, you know!)

If only there were more books in this series! It's still hard for me to believe I've read the last of the Martha set, and there's no more! (This probably just means I'll have to re-read the series one day, as Martha Morse is now a character very close to my own heart.)

Already I miss Cook, Nannie and Hedgie (yes, that's the hedgehog), Grisie, Alisdair, Duncan and Robbie, Auld Mary, and I think Miss Crow too. Plus I have the most curious of feelings towards Lew Tucker, the blacksmith's son. If only I could see a peek into Martha's future!
Nikobar
In this fourth book in the Martha Years series, ten-year-old Martha journeys to the bustling city of Perth to visit her newly married sister Grisie.
This is Martha′s first time beyond the familiar heather hills and this city on the River Tay is more exciting than she could have ever imagined!
I loved reading all about Martha with my son and sad to see this series end, it will be interesting to read her daughters series but at the same time strange to skip ahead.
You could definitely tell Martha is growing up and maturing in this book as there are several scenes that are a little scary for younger children.
Overall I loved this book and this whole series. I loved learning about the Scottish culture and the superstitions they had. I fell in love with the characters and am very interested to see who follows her into her adult life in the book series about her daughter.
I rate this book a 5 out of 5 stars.