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Hattie Ever After (Hattie Series) (edição 2014)

por Kirby Larson (Autor)

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In 1919, seventeen-year-old Hattie leaves the Montana prairie--and her sweetheart Charlie--to become a female reporter in San Francisco.
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Título:Hattie Ever After (Hattie Series)
Autores:Kirby Larson (Autor)
Informação:Ember (2014), Edition: Reprint, 256 pages
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I recently heard Kirby Larson speak about her new book and how she had never intended to carry on the story of Hattie after the original Hattie Big Sky. But her readers wouldn't let it go. They wanted more of Hattie. I sheepishly admitted to Kirby in asking her to sign my new copy that I fell into that annoying bucket.

And I'm happy to say that I enjoyed Hattie's continued story as much as I did the first. She persists with her adventures, this time with a move to San Francisco, and continues resisting the traditional path for young women of this era. Larson does a wonderful job of weaving the story together within a historical context.

I know she's thinking that this is it, no more. But I'm sorry, she left the door open for Hattie #3. Maybe after a few years' break, she'll continue the story. And I'm sure I won't be the only one in line to snag a first copy. ( )
  jjpseattle | Aug 2, 2020 |
I enjoyed this book as much as I enjoyed the first. I wasn't planning on reading it so soon but found a copy in a Little Free Library at the park near my house which was exciting! I plan to return it with a copy of the first book so someone else can enjoy the full story of Hattie Inez Brooks. Hattie continues to be fearless and determined to find her place in the world. Her dream is to become a reporter which was difficult to do at that time especially being a female. I love the lessons she learns along the way and how she does things her way to get where she wants to be in the end. Recommended to anyone who loves heartfelt historical fiction. ( )
  KeriLynneD | Jul 3, 2020 |
I finally found out what happened to Hattie Big Sky. Yes, she's remained with me even though the book was published in 2011. Hattie's grown up now. She's left her uncle's homestead in Montana and has moved to the city to become a reporter, like Nellie Bly. Its available in audio. I recommend reading Hattie Big Sky first. ( )
  brangwinn | Mar 26, 2020 |
THE CONTINUATION FROM HATTIE BIG SKY WITH HATTIE NOW BECOMING A NEWSPAPER REPORTER IN SAN FRANCISCO. ( )
  CheryleFisher | Mar 7, 2017 |
I hate that this series has to end. Hattie is such a likable character that I want to keep reading about her as her life goes on. ( )
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Readers first met Hattie Brooks in the Newbery Honor Book Hattie Big Sky (2006). Now Hattie has left Montana for San Francisco, hoping she can find a way to become a newspaper reporter. In quick succession, Hattie works as seamstress for a vaudeville troupe, a char woman at the San Francisco Chronicle, and then becomes a researcher there as she finds ways and people to help her work her way up the ladder. One of the best parts about this is the way Larson brings San Francisco, circa 1919, alive especially the opportunities and stumbling blocks for women. Less successful are a few of the plot points, including the introduction of a scammer, who seemingly spends more money on Hattie than the small change she is able to swindle from her. But fans of the first book will be thrilled to see the ups and downs of Hattie's romance with old boyfriend Charlie, while her relationship with another fellow leads to an interesting twist. -- Copyright 2010
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