Down Down the Mountain

Down Down the Mountain Hetty And Hank Live In A Small Cabin In The Mountains And Although Cozy, They Are Poor And Have Never Owned A Pair Of Shoes They Each Wanted A Beautiful Shining Pair That Sang, Creaky Squeaky Creaky Squeaky, Every Time They Walked However, Mammy And Pappy Give Them Reasons They Cannot Have Them, Such As, You Can T Find Shoes Like That In These Hills And We Ve Everything We Need Right Here In These Hills So They Go To Granny Who Gives Them An Idea To Plant Turnip Seeds And When They Grow Into Fine Big Turnips They Can Take Them Down Down The Mountain To Town To Sell For A Pair Of Shoes So That Is Just What Hetty And Hank Do

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  • Hardcover
  • 56 pages
  • Down Down the Mountain
  • Ellis Credle
  • English
  • 12 January 2017
  • 9780840760210

10 thoughts on “Down Down the Mountain

  1. says:

    My five year old was getting worried for the children, half way through the book He loved how it turned out He appreciated that the children were kind to others at their own expense and that they were still taken care of in the end.

  2. says:

    Down Down the Mountain, by Ellis Credle, is a very sweet story about a family living in the Blue Ridge Mountains Mammy and Pappy live in a tiny log cabin up in the hills, where their children, Hetty and Hank, work and play alongside their parents The children each dream of having a pair of shoes that would not only keep their feet warm during the winter months, but would also sing a squeaky creaky song However, money is tight and, frankly, the equally barefoot parents don t exactly see the need Granny suggests a plan to help them reach their goal Will the plan work There s just no tellin Ok, I could tell, but that would spoil the fun Wouldn t it First published in the early 1930s at the height of the Depression, the book with its two color illustrations has an austere feel, just perfect for a story about wants and needs that may be just slightly out of reach.

  3. says:

    A simple and sweet story about a brother and sister who learn to be both industrious and generous.

  4. says:

    Read with Naomi.

  5. says:

    My sister and I read this book many a time as children The story teaches readers the ethic of hard work to achieve something that you desire In this case, Hetty and Hank plant turnips so they can buy a pair of brand new shoes Hetty and Hank are also shining examples of kindness to those less fortunate than they And the illustrations are unique and lovely I highly recommend to those with children for the values the book teaches.

  6. says:

    good story of how hard work and perseverance can reap desired rewards.

  7. says:

    Five in a Row book, not one old the best ones.

  8. says:

    a weekly reader that I love written year dad was born.

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