Lucy Wells and her sister Caroline are growing up in New Hampshire in the early 20th century. This book describes their memorable summer of 1910, filled with hatmaking, canning, and experiences like a first photograph, Independence Day parade and Lucy's first trip to Boston!
In this companion to the bestselling Lucy's Christmas, award-winning poet Donald Hall and acclaimed illustrator Michael McCurdy recreate the summer with beautiful scratchboard illustrations that evoke the splendid realities of times past. Full color.
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