In the winter of 1920, everything changed. Frank and his family got a Model T and drove to the Berkshires to try to make a success of a vacation/hunting lodge at Yokum Pond. There are fun adventures and incidents with invited guests and uninvited animal visitors, including the mysterious "horrible huge." The rural setting and less-than-receptive neighbors fail to deter Frank's mother from pursuing her fight for suffrage, much to the consternation of her husband and a number of the lodge's guests, but in the end, she sees Tennessee ratify the amendment and earns a place of reverence in the movement.
About the Author :
Carol Otis Hurst has contributed to You Come to Yokum as an author.
Carol Otis Hurst is a storyteller, teacher, children's book critic, and columnist for "Teaching K-8 Magazine". She is the author of the "Boston Globe-Horn Book" Honor Book "Rocks in His Head".
Kay Life has contributed to You Come to Yokum as an author. Kay Life received her degree in elementary education at Southern Methodist University in Dallas and her B.F.A. in illustration at the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston. Kay lives in Massachusetts and is the mother of four and grandmother of six.
|Title:||You Come to Yokum||Publisher:||Walter Lorraine Books|
|Author:||Carol Otis Hurst, Kay Life|
|No. of Pages:||137|
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