Chicken Sunday, Part 1992
Philomel Books, 1992 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
With the rich folk-art style and lively text for which she has become well-known, Patricia Polacco has created an outstanding family story of trust, love, and acceptance. After her own grandmother dies, a young Russian-American girl is initiated into her neighbor's family. Full color.
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Review: Chicken SundayUser Review - Samantha Friedman - Goodreads
I absolutely loved the meaning behind this book. Friendship, acceptance, love, family, and trust. When I first picked up the book I thought to myself, "Chicken Sunday?" What in the world could that ... Read full review
Review: Chicken SundayUser Review - Emily Scott - Goodreads
This is a book about three young children who are of different races. There is a Russian American girl who gets initiated into her neighbors family that includes her two new African American brothers ... Read full review