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En though she can't participate and even though daffy Daphne is at her side At least she can see Elden Then the schoolhouse catches fire as it really did on that night in Babbs Switch and Ruthie discovers what her sister means to her Inspired by a tragedy Darleen Bailey Beard's tribute to Babbs Switch is nonetheless filled with humor and warmth and the charm of first roman. A great Historical Fiction set in a ghost town of Oklahoma

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A novel told in a strong Southern voice Ruth Ann Tillman loves to sing especially the solo in the annual Babbs Switch Oklahoma Christmas Tree Celebration And no matter what Elden Larrs says teasingly she's good But this year 1924 Mom and Pop won't let Ruthie perform The problem is Daphne her sister At sixteen four years older than Ruthie Daphne still carries her one armed. A wonderful and hearrtwarming story about the human heart and how it cannot be defined by labels or assumptions Ruthie and her sister display an evolving reelationship that is indicative of many who have experienced diability within their family The tragic story of Babbs Switch Oklahoma provides a fasciniting backdrop for the story to unfold It is very interesting how the author used the setting as a character itself Wonderful imageryI would certainly reccomend this book as a classroom read or individual effort for third grade and up Kleist, Moos, Fasane unfold It is very interesting how the author Popular used the setting as a character itself Wonderful imageryI would certainly reccomend this book as a classroom read or individual effort for third grade and Elektrotechnik up

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Bald headed doll for comfort and reaches out to stroke anything soft and soothing When she almost smothers Mrs Larrs's baby this way Mom and Pop know they're in trouble and that Ruthie had better not appear on the schoolhouse stage Ruthie is indignant Why does she have to share her life with such an oddball sister Christmas Eve arrives and Ruthie goes to the celebration ev. This is a wonderfully written book However it is depressing I don't think you can make this story cheerful but I almost set it down after reading the first two pages I would say this is a book better left to older children

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