Uncle Wille and the Soup Kitchen
"A straightforward fictional view of an urban soup kitchen, as observed by a boy visiting it with his `Uncle Willie,' who works there every day....The difficult lives of those fed (including children)--as well as the friendly, nonintrusive attitude of the kitchen workers toward them--are presented sensitively but without sentimentality.
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A little boy is curious as to why his uncle volunteers at a soup kitchen. The little boy does not understand why people do not just eat at home with their family. His uncle tries to explain to him ... Read full review
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DiSalvo-Ryan, D. (1991). Uncle Willie and the soup kitchen. New York, NY: Morrow Junior Books. Inspired by her own experience of working in a soup kitchen, DiSalvo-Ryan’s Uncle Willie and the Soup ... Read full review