Librarians of the west : a quartet
Large Print Book
Large print edition.
""Too Much Dancing Going On" is the account of an independent-minded young woman in a wide-open Montana who loved books and horses, and later a certain literary young man. In "The Cowboy, the Librarian, and the Broomsman" Lyle Hardiman, easy-going, illiterate, Montana cowboy, accidentally blunders into the new library with his horse (he thought it was a livery), and meets the new librarian, Miss Rebecca Spark, and sets into motion a chain of events that will ensure the little town of Burnt Creek a place in the history books in . In "The Book Mama", Lady Jane Woodruff is stranded with an abusive husband in a harsh new country and relies on the wisdom of an ancient African American woman to guide her to freedom. Fourteen-year-old Pearl Ellingson learns lifes hard lessons as she struggles to start a library in frontier North Dakota in "Terrible and Wonderful""--
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