Same Sun Here
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The most popular children's rooms in the New York Public Library system? Quite possibly the Chatham Square branch and the Seward Park branch. Yet for all their popularity they rarely show up in books for kids . . . until now! Indian immigrant Meena corresponds from New York City with a boy fro... Read More »
An Indian immigrant girl in NYC and a Kentucky coal miner's son strike up a friendship across many miles. eBook edition.
An Indian immigrant girl in NYC and a Kentucky coal miner's son strike up a friendship across many miles. Hardcover edition.
An Indian immigrant girl in NYC and a Kentucky coal miner's son strike up a friendship across many miles. Paperback edition.
River, a Kentucky miner’s son and Meena, an Indian immigrant girl from New York City, become pen pals and find common ground as they share pieces of their lives with each other.
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And once, Dadi and I were walking to the river and we saw big crowds of purple flowers on the hillside. I asked Dadi their name, and she said, "They are wildflowers. They would not want a name."
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