A young boy travels to the hills of Appalachia from Indiana to meet the old-time fiddle player whose music he has admired. A friendship is created, and over the years the boy learns not only about old time music, but also about regional traditions.
A lyrical journey through the seasons and passing years of one New England family. Every fall the ox-cart man loads up his cart and goes to the city to sell the variety of items that his farm produced all year.
Mr. and Mrs. O’Grady are very poor and they are down to their last potato. But then they uncover a mysterious pot in their garden, and when they put one thing in, two come out! What will they do with it?
Each page of this book is an evolving image that follows Tracy’s view from her window from her birth to her adulthood, Over the years her urban neighborhood evolves from a few abandoned lots to a lush, green oasis.
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