Printed and distributed by Scott, Foresman by special arrangement with J.B. Lippincott, Jan 1, 1947 - Children of migrant laborers - 212 pages
One of the author's series of regional books for children, this is the story of a fierce-tempered child of a migrant family that journeys from Alabama sharecropper shack in a desperate search for security. Fortunately, Judy has the good sense to learn something from each experience.
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