"The simpler narrative here is especially well served by Stock's watercolors, strongly evoking the mountain-encircled prairies and such scenes as a well-stocked library warmed by a cast-iron stove or a one-room school of the early 1900's. (Picture book. 4-8)"
Like MacLachlan's Three Names, an evocative picture of schooling on the prairies a few generations back.
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