Sunny Side up

Sunny Side up

Fond Memories of Prairie Life in the 1930's

Book - 2001
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The Great Depression of the 1930s was devastating for the prairies, but many people who grew up through those years treasure their memories of the good times they had. Sunny Side Up looks at the brighter side of the Depression, bringing together stories of close-knit families, strong friendships, and prairie ingenuity.

Eileen Comstock, author of the bestselling Aunt Mary in the Granary, combines her own recollections with those of thirty men and women who grew up in poverty but were rich in the things that counted. This book celebrates the resilience and spirit of prairie folk who endured the worst and were still able to build fond memories for their children.

Publisher: Calgary : Fifth House Publishers, c2001
ISBN: 9781894004657
Characteristics: xi, 180 p. : ill. ; 22 cm


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