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Little House: The Charlotte Years Series
Author: Melissa Wiley
Illustrator: Dan Andreasen
Number of Books in Series: 4
Age Group: 8 - 12 years

Reading Level: AR Levels 5.4-5.6
GLE 5.1-5.5
DRA 40
Lexile® measure 850L-860L
Companion/Related Series: list of all Little House series

Book 1 Summary: Living with her family in Roxbury, Massachusetts, five-year-old Charlotte Tucker, who would grow up to become the grandmother of Laura Ingalls Wilder, feels the effects of the War of 1812.

Little House: The Charlotte Years Book List:

This series should be read in the correct order listed here.

Book 1: Little House by Boston Bay
Ages 8-12. April 1, 1999.
AR: 5.4 (5.0 Points, Quiz #29331);  GLE: 5.1
F&P/GRL: Q;  DRA: 40
Lexile measure: 850L

Book 2: On Tide Mill Lane
Ages 8-12. February 1, 2001.
AR: 5.6 (6.0 Points, Quiz #46288);  GLE: 5.4
Lexile measure: 860L

Book 3: The Road from Roxbury
Ages 8-12. September 1, 2002.
AR: 5.5 (6.0 Points, Quiz #63098);  GLE: 5.5

Book 4: Across the Puddingstone Dam
Ages 8-12. May 25, 2004.
AR: 5.4 (5.0 Points, Quiz #78848)

Book Sets: Sets of Up to 4 Books

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Author Website for Melissa Wiley


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