The cover welcomes readers into this story about Dede Patton and her family. Though not remarked upon, the fact that without this windfall the Pattons might never have realized their dream is chilling. The lovely, warm watercolor illustrations highlight the beauty of the prairie, particularly the wide expanse of grass and sky.
In Kansas, the Pattons stake their land claim, but winter is harsh. Thankfully, when food and fuel run low, Ni-u-kon-ska Osage neighbors lend aid. The closing note acknowledges the displacement of the Ni-u-kon-ska people—another opportunity for exploration.
That the many all-black settlements on the prairie have been whitewashed out of U. There was a problem adding your email address. Please try again. Be the first to discover new talent!
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It's evocative of many things, loneliness and angst not the least of them. Proceed with caution. I've been counting crows again and no one wants my name The blue motel goes ghostly as she fades into the gray of the Saturday rain I'm a war zone-- If you lose me, you can find me, I'll be dancing down the shingles. My rooftop's always free from prying eyes And the leaves will collect your little white lies my friend So follow me down the river with no shame Follow Me Down.
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Bitter spectres beckon: 'Let it rain. Why don't you turn, weary traveler? Why don't you fly? Why don't you fall?