Dial Press, 1981/05/01 - 151 ページ
Eleven-year-old Sally's view of life expands when she becomes friends with a Jewish girl the summer of 1929, which she spends in the Catskills with her beloved great-grandmother.
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asked Aunt Samantha bagels bake ball basket berries bike blintz blue Byrd Catskill Mountains chair cheek chin clams Clemens Hill climbed close Colin cornstarch Cottersville cough door dough dress Evie Evie's father eyes feel finger friendstone front giggled girl glasses Grandma Grandma's hand grandmother Grauber Grossman's hair hammock Hmmmp-hmmmp huckleberry Irving kitchen kosher looked lunch morning mother mountains napkin never nice Nurse Myers picked picnic Pine pocket pulled pushed ride rolled Sally felt Sally knew Sally longed Sally Moffat Sally saw Sally thought Sally wanted Sam'tha side sit shiva skirt smiled at Sally sour cream Steve Baer Stone Bridge stood stopped summer sun porch talk tell There's things thumb took Uncle Packer voice wait walked watch West Kill What's whispered whooping whooping cough