"Like a warm cup of alphabet soup, this offering packs several essential ingredients—hope, love, despair, courage, family, honor—into a hearty, child-size blend. (Historical fiction. 6-9)"
This Depression-era gem, a follow-up to Hathaway's debut (Missy Violet & Me
, 2008), offers a child's-eye view on America's racial inequities.
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