Life in the Ozarks is all the Hunter children have ever known, so when Mother and Father move the family north to work in fields as pickers, the children are certain that life will be miserable. They have heard stories of people from the North and how they treat pickers from the South. However, as the family begins work at Blueberry Acres, they soon discover that goodness can be found in all parts of the country when you have people who care and come together, no matter their circumstances.
(Reviewed by Jenny Phillips)
|Region||North America, United States|
|The Good and the Beautiful Library||No|