A little girl, who wants most of all to have a real home and to go to a regular school, hopes that the valley her family has come to, which so resembles the pattern on her treasured blue willow plate, will be their permanent home.
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Anderson arched bridge arms asked Janey began Betty blue willow Bounce Reyburn boys and girls bridge buckskin Camp Miller camp school catfish coat cotton Dad's danced dollars door DORIS GATES ducks Dust Bowl edge everything eyes face Fafnir feel feet fussing glanced gone greasewood grinned hand happened head horned lizard horned toad inside Janey didn't Janey felt Janey knew Janey Larkin Janey looked Janey nodded Janey thought Janey walked Janey wondered kind King Arthur lived Lupe's Manuel Manuel Romero meant Miss Peterson Mom's morning mother move never once picking pole quietly ranch rent replied river road San Joaquin Valley school house seemed shack shoulder sight slough slowly smile sound stay stood strange suddenly Suppose sure talk there's thing tired tomorrow took voice wait Wasco County watched willow plate words