Bannock, Beans, And Black Tea

Bannock, Beans, And Black Tea

Memories Of A Prince Edward Island Childhood In The Great Depression

Book - 2004
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Memoir recounting one boy's experiences of deprivation and poverty growing up in a rural farming village during the Great Depression. The short stories are written by Gallant and illustrated by his son and award-winning cartoonist, Seth. Written with a concise honesty and clarity, the stories reveal the sad reality of a boy growing up in brutal social and economic conditions.
Publisher: Montreal : Drawn & Quarterly, c2004.
ISBN: 9781896597782
1896597785
Branch Call Number: 971.77 Galla
Characteristics: 1 v. : ill., maps ; 18 cm.
Additional Contributors: Seth 1962-

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lindeeana
Jun 14, 2008

Beautifully bound, great artwork, honest stories.

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