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Little Sister Snow

Frances Little

Book Overview: 

American author Fannie Caldwell, under pen name of Frances Little, tells the story of young Yuki San growing up in Japan circa early 1900s, and of her dreams of an American.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .It was not only complete surrender, but allegiance to the conqueror.

Dick rose, red and confused. Then he climbed into the jinrikisha, trying to ignore the smiles of the man.

Yuki Chan, with her hands joined just below her sash, bent her body like a half-shut jack-knife.

"Arigato—arigato," she said politely, as she bowed again and again.

"Him say t'ank you," interpreted the jinrikisha man.

"Good-by," called Dick. "Don't forget—be good!"

Yuki Chan watched the back of the jinrikisha and the swinging brown legs of the jinrikisha man that showed beneath. She had forgotten the cat, but she still remembered the kind look in the blue eyes of the boy.

"Yuki, Yuki!" came the voice of the mother in her native tongue. "Come, the feast is prepared, and the sandals are worn from my feet running to seek you. Hurry! before the red beans grow cold."

The child sent a long-drawn "Hei" in answer to her mot. . . Read More

Community Reviews

Karen has visions of snowflakes flitting in the air.
Along with the strong desire for her school to call out a Snow Day.
Her two older brothers go into business clearing driveways when the powder starts to fall.
Karen and her best friends drum up customers on inclusion for a cut of the profits.
The girl

I don't get how Sam and Charlie expect to make money with clearing so few lawns, but okay.

Snow day sounds fun.

I would never have though of inviting any of my teachers to dinner

Karen and her friends get into trouble when they book too many snow shoveling jobs for Karen's big brothers. My students will enjoy this one.b

This book was OK. I thought it took awhile to get to the point that was really simple...more