Doc Changes for Kirsten A Winter Story Whew Kirsten really messed up this time I m a little bothered by how all this was resolved and am still not entirely sure that was the right way to handle thi
Doc Changes for Kirsten: A Winter Story Whew, Kirsten really messed up this time. I'm a little bothered by how all this was resolved and am still not entirely sure that was the right way to handle things. What's with the whole "finders keepers" attitude?Not the best effort on the part of the author. Again, I find myself thinking that this was something that should have been a much much longer book (and maybe it could have held some consequences for some really BAD decisions made here....) and a different ending not all neat and tidy at the end?I loved the house at the end, but getting there was really...convenient at the very least. I hate to say this, but it's a story I'm really NOT happy to share with my daughters. And that's a real shame, it was a good series (for the most part) up until now.. Changes for Kirsten: A Winter Story is a Book A tough Minnesota winter brings many changes to Kirsten s frontier life, including the new responsibility of helping her brother Lars set his traps and a move into a new house for her family.. Janet Beeler Shaw Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the
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. Popular Ebook Changes for Kirsten: A Winter Story This review is from the perspective of a mother - what happened to an excellent series? And what is with the American Girls making bone-headed decisions, putting people in danger, and then having everything work out happy-hunky-dory in a super-speedy wrap up all loose ends ending?I tolerated Kirsten putting herself and Peter in danger (twice!) because of her fervent wish to get honey for her family, and she didn't consult any adults, which led to her bad judgement.But to believe that Kirsten, who has been largely responsible and carries a heavy burden within her pioneer family, openly flouts Mama's directive about the raccoon and destroys her home and belongings in the process, but is level-headed enough to rescue the family trunk? And then the happily-ever-after with the furs, is ridiculous. It would have been more likely that the Larsons would have been joining the wagon train to Oregon.This book required too much suspension of disbelief, and and ruined what was a realistic look at the trials and travails of pioneer life.