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Strawberry girl

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Birdie Boyer was a Florida Cracker. She belonged to a large "strawberry family," who lived on a flatwoods farm in the lake section of the state. They raised strawberries for a living. Through all the hazards of the uncertain crop -- battling against dry weather and grass fires, the roving hogs and cattle of their neighbors -- Birdie dreamed of an education that would include playing the organ. In the end she won not only the title of "strawberry girl," but book learning as well. This is a story full of enterprise and fun and tire excitement of real life in this interesting part of America.

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Avon Free Library J FIC LEN (Text)
Children's Fiction
32113200175373
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Dansville Public Library J FIC LEN CLASSIC (Text)
Children's Fiction
32117200190308
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Gainesville Public Library - Silver Springs J FIC LEN NEWBERRY (Text)
Children's Fiction
52138100142665
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Honeoye Public Library J FIC (Text)
Children's Fiction
32120100010477
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Lima Public Library J FIC LEN (Text)
Children's Fiction
32139000265718
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 1946 Newbery Medal:
Lyons Public Library PB J F Len (Text)
Children's Fiction
52141300288031
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Macedon Public Library NEWBERY JUV LEN (Text)
Newbery
32121200019319
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Mount Morris Library NEWBERRY J FIC LEN (Text)
Children's Newbery Books
52123300279996
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Perry Public Library J LEN (Text)
Children's Fiction
3YQRY00104453C
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Phelps Library J FIC LEN NEW (Text)
Children's Award Winners
52143100215800
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