BLUEBIRD, FLY UP! by May Justus

BLUEBIRD, FLY UP!

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Full-flavored backwoods talk adds to this fine tale of Tennessee Mountain Americans, Finding a bee-tree, collecting the honey, and winning a prize at the fair because the family bible was the ""best heirloom"" are part of an everyday life that smacks of pioneer adventure -- especially to young readers who live in places less remote from the centers of more sophisticated living. A warm and friendly book.

Pub Date: May 19th, 1943
Publisher: Lippincott