Homeschoolers, Hippies, & Heirloom Tomatoes
Have you ever seen a floating farm? It sounds impossible, but to the Masat family it s a way of life. And while most kids attend traditional schools, the Masat children get to have school in a coffee shop some days! Meet the Masats: a family of tugboat-dwelling, organic veggie-growing, barge-farming, homeschooling vagabonds who spend their days traversing tributaries of the Mississippi River, escaping truant officers, and dodging flying Asian Carp. Join twelve-and-a-half-year-old Grace Masat on her family s river tug, follow her on some wacky adventures, and learn with her as she prepares for her upcoming spelling bee.
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