BRIGHT SUMMER by Ernie Rydberg

BRIGHT SUMMER

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Young, crippled Teresita Madrigal, daughter in a southern California Mexican fruit picking family, spends a summer at home that has its sunny and its realistic moments. She loves to draw and has happy times going orange and lemon picking, to a fiesta and on excursions around the small settlement of La Golondrina. There's a problem when the Madrigal's need to work prevents Teresita's return to school and a favorite teacher, but when she does, there is the promise that her crippled leg can be cured by an operation. Authentic atmosphere.

Pub Date: Sept. 23rd, 1953
Publisher: Longmans, Green