A Country Schoolhouse
" Engaging book..the art is bright and winsome with lively lines sketching figures, buildings and landscapes washed with color."
In 1940, Grandpa's school had no indoor bathroom and used a wood burning stove for heat, but it wasn't completely different from modern schools. Kids had snowball fights and spelling bees and learned the names of all the U.S. presidents. And Grandpa was always the smartest-that is until fifth grade, when Kaye Brush came.