"Johnson makes a fine picture book debut with richly hued impressionistic double spread oil paintings, but—at least for those with limited budgets—the price seems high for the limited content. (Poetry/Picture book. 4-8)"
From the author's first book, Black Feeling, Black Talk (1968), a brief (68-word) poem describing summers spent with her grandparents in the mountainous country setting where she was born, presented with attractive illustrations reflecting the poem's sense of family love and community strength.
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