Goin’ Someplace Special
As Tricia Ann goes to “someplace special” by herself for the first time, she experiences the segregation of her 1950s Southern town. It takes courage and a remembrance of what she has learned from her grandmother to press forward. I loved finding out what the “someplace special” was at the end of the story. It is a beautiful book in word and picture.
(Reviewed by Jenny Phillips)
|Period||20th Century, 1900s, mid-1900s|
|The Good and the Beautiful Library||No|