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Climbing The Rainbow

Climbing The Rainbow

HarperCollins


Author: Joy N. Hulme

In this sequel to "The Other Side of the Door," ten-year-old Dora makes a quilt to record her experiences as she finally starts school and her Mormon family's efforts to secure homestead rights for their farm in New Mexico.
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For ten-year-old Dora Cookson, going to school for the initial time is a dream come true. Some kids snicker and say it's because she's dumb. There's only one issue -- Dora might be as old as the fourth graders, but she has to start inside the first grade. After moving from Utah to a homestead in New Mexico, Dora can't wait to start school, to learn, and to make new friends. But one girl named Cora Beth doesn't think so, and becomes Dora's first friend at school.

Soon Dora and Cora Beth are doing just about everything together, from practicing writing and spelling to playing with their favorite dolls to jumping rope. Then an unexpected event changes their lives forever. With the assist of Cora Beth and her teacher, Dora is working tough to catch as a lot as her grade. After tragedy strikes, will Dora be capable of catch up and pass the test to acquire into the fifth grade? Or are other things more important now?



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