UNDER THE COTTONWOOD TREE offers a glimpse of bygone days in rural Nebraska early in the 20th century. It was a time when money was scarce, work was hard and turpentine was a cure-all.
This charming farm family survives by working together. The children are loveable, laughable, and sometimes mischievous. Raymond accepts manly responsibilities, but secretly longs for adventure. Cautious Mamie tries to keep Raymond out of
trouble and sometimes falls into it herself. Little Flora hates going into the storm cellar when twisters threaten.
Here is a book for all ages from pre-teen to those who enjoy reminiscing.