144 Pages: Journal of New England Girl
This story is set in the 1830s in New Hampshire of the young American nation. Catherine's life has been tough and fraught with hardships including her mother dying. In this book she has to reconcile her father's remarriage and the death of another person close to her. There's also one really cool adventure of sorts she gets herself into. It was a very touching and melancholy story about the rough life of the farmers and pioneers of the 19th century. Get ready because her story may touch your heart. It's perfect for young readers interested in the pioneer life.
(This book was part of my Sonlight U.S. History curriculum and I recommend it to other home school families.)