Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1997 - 32 Seiten
This child’s view of the long day’s work in the cotton fields, simply expressed in a poet’s resonant language, is a fresh and stirring look at migrant family life. “With its restrained poetic text and impressionist paintings, this is a picture book for older readers, too.”--Booklist
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Review: Working CottonNutzerbericht - Goodreads
Summary Working Cotton is set in the days of segregation in the cotton fields of the South. It's a story about a little girl named Shelan and her family working in the cotton fields. Black workers ...
Review: Working CottonNutzerbericht - Debbie Tanner - Goodreads
I liked this story about a girl who is growing up as the child of sharecroppers or migrant farmers. It gives a very vivid picture of what it must be like to work out in the fields as a young child. The pictures are really soft which gives the book a dreamy quality, almost like a memory. Vollständige Rezension lesen