Eight Cousins, Or, the Aunt-Hill

Eight Cousins, Or, the Aunt-Hill

Book - 1996
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Orphaned Rose Campbell finds it difficult to fit in when she goes to live with her six aunts and seven mischievous boy cousins

Baker
& Taylor

Tired and ill, Rose Campbell, a thirteen-year-old orphan, is terrified and upset when she comes to live at "The Aunt Hill," a rambling house inhabited by six aunts and seven boisterous boy cousins.

Publisher: Boston : Little, Brown and Co., 1996
Edition: Uniform ed
ISBN: 9780316037792
0316037796
Characteristics: 236 p. ; 21 cm
Alternative Title: Aunt-Hill

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grizzlygrace
Jun 23, 2013

I loved this book sooo much! (And I don't even like reading very much...) I think it was one of my favorites!

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tonging
Oct 04, 2012

I like how Ms Alcott takes each cousin in turn and shows how Rose influences them.The description is
wrong ,though.Her uncle gives her a choice between fashionable,heavy,
clothing and light,warm,dresses that are brightly pretty.The climax is NOT
will she get used to them,but who will choose to live with.[for all her
aunts want her in their house.]

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tonging
Oct 05, 2012

tonging thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 8 and 12

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tonging
Oct 05, 2012

'It is necessary to do right; it is not
necessary to be happy.'"

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