Título: The Copper Tin Cup
Editorial: Walker Books Ltd
Año de publicación: 2000
Condición del libro: Used: Good
Through a treasured heirloom, a family's history is revealed. The copper tin cup belongs to Sammy Carl. His initials are carved below the rim. But it was made many many years ago in a different country for his great-aunt, Serena Carlotta, and has been handed down from generation to generation ever since to children bearing the same initials. In the story of the copper tin cup is a family's history.About the Author:
Carole Lexa Schaefer is the author of numerous books for children. The Copper Tin Cup, she says, "was inspired by my connections with my immigrant relatives through stories and songs - invisible heirlooms - to keep handing on." She lives in Seattle, Washington. Stan Fellows has been a professional painter for twenty years. The Copper Tin Cup, he says, "was charming from the first time I read it - and it held its charm through every rereading as I worked on the paintings." He lives with his wife and daughter in Iowa.
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