In this non-fiction, beautifully illustrated book, Linda Hager Pack takes a look at what Appalachian childhood was like during the mid to late 1800s. She informs her readers of the creative games, stories, and crafts children would engage in to keep themselves entertained. This informative read will leave both children and adults’ alike day-dreaming of the simpler times before technology took over the world. Prepare to be inspired!
In the eleventh volume of Foxfire, teachers, students, and other Appalachian community members continue to spread their stories to remind people that simple living still exists. This book includes many articles that teach us creative ways to become self-sufficient, make natural homemade remedies, take part in home crafts, and cook delicious, southern meals. Anyone interested in rediscovering the advantages of living a simple life will enjoy this read!