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Blue Willow by Doris Gates
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Jan 25, 2012

really liked it

This was a nice story about what it was like during the depression and how people were migrants during that time. There are big themes of independence, trustworthiness, and friendship. It might be good to read this to contrast with a book like Esperanza Rising, which also is set in a migrant farm community but in the 60s.

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