Potato: A Tale from the Great Depression
When Dorothy's father loses his job and cannot find another, the family borrows a car and sets off for Idaho where jobs picking potatoes can be found. This true story gives children a vivid sense of the Depression on a level they can understand. The illustrations, simple and charming, are a perfect match for the story.
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Review: Potato: A Tale from the Great DepressionUser Review - Jennifer Bryant - Goodreads
Potato is a great book to introduce the topic of the Great Depression. It expresses struggles that many families had during this time. It also shows how families work and stick together through thick ... Read full review
Review: Potato: A Tale from the Great DepressionUser Review - Morgan Swank - Goodreads
I thought this was a cute story. It would be a good story to start off with if you were trying to teach younger children about the great depression. Read full review