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STRAWBERRY GIRL

by LENSKI, LOIS

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LENSKI, LOIS. LENSKI,LOIS. STRAWBERRY GIRL. Phil.: Lippincott (1945). 4to, green cloth, erasure marks on ep's and front hinge starting else VG (no dw). Stated 1st ed. Florida in the early 1900's. Illus. in b&w by Lenski. NEWBERY AWARD WINNER.

Strawberry Girl is a Newbery medal winning novel written and illustrated by Lois Lenski. It was first published in 1945. Set in the U.S. state of Florida in the early 20th century, the story deals with two families, the Boyers and the Slaters. The Boyers move to Florida to raise strawberries. They come into conflict with their new neighbors, the Slaters, who raise cattle and let their animals roam loose.




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