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Little Yellow Farm House in Iowa
by Carol Brands

 Chapter Index

Precious Memories

Preface by the Author


Family Tree of Katherine Kroontje (Vastenhout)

Ch. 1. 1941 January, Part 1 The Upsetting Move

Ch. 2. 1941 January, Part 2 Moving Day

Ch. 3. 1941 February, Month of Three Surprises

Ch. 4. 1941 April 10, Part 1 Spring Break ??

Ch. 5. 1941 April 10, Part 2 The Horrid Hole

Ch. 6. 1941 December 7, WAR!!

Ch. 7. 1942 April 13, Recess Shenanigans

Ch. 8. 1942 August, Piano Lessons and Sprouting Potatoes

Ch. 9. 1943 May, Graduation!

Ch. 10. 1943 October, How God Supplied Tires

Ch. 11. 1943 November, The Electric Perm

Ch. 12. 1944 Spring Vacation, Dorothy’s Worst Memory

Ch. 13. 1944 May, Gerrit’s Worst Memory

Ch. 14. 1944 July, Katherine’s Worst Memory

Ch. 15. 1945 April, Papa Cuts Out a Sliver

Ch. 16. 1945 October, Runaway Horses

Ch. 17. 1946 July 14, Substitute Daughter

Ch. 18. 1946 Thursday, December 4, Bloody Butchering

Ch. 19. 1947 Fall Pop! Pop! Monday was Laundry Day!

Ch. 20. 1947 Fall Part 2 Sauerkraut and Gas Irons

Ch. 21. 1948 February, Farewell, Little Yellow House

Postlude #1 In Memoriam

Postlude #2 Remembering Katherine by Dorothy Ricehill

Postlude #3 For the Historical Record

Postlude #4 Uncle Bill’s Navy Experiences

Postlude #5 Credit Where Credit is Due

Postlude #6 Glossary of Names

Introduction to Book 3 Strangers in Minnesota

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Thank you for your prompt service. My 13yr old and 10yr old sons enjoyed the first 3 books immensely (Scout). I just read "Secret of the Swamp" for the 3rd time to my 10yr old. He can't get enough of Scout. Thanks again, L.C.