Dark Days in Morgan County: Kentucky Summers Series Perfect Paperback – Oct 6 2009
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About the Author
Clarke Snell is an expert in the field of green building and self-sufficiency. Author of The Good House Book (Lark, 2004), he lives in the mountains of Western North Carolina with his wife in a partially-bermed, passive-solar house in a small intentional community they helped create.
Tim Callahan is a practicing general contractor. An experienced timber-frame builder, Tim is currently focused on residential projects of unique character.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
Timmy's father has died and Timmy is living with his grandparents in Morgan County, Kentucky, while his mother tries to get a job and make a home for Timmy and his sister. Timmy is excited to be spending an entire year with his friends and grandparents and to be going to the one room school house.
New neighbors move in and they are the first black family to live in the county. Timmy's mom always taught him not to look at someone's skin color so Timmy befriends the kids and introduces them to his friends, Susie and James Ernest, and helps to arrange for them to all attend school together.
Tim Callahan handles the racial issues that arise with great care and compassion. As the plot developed I just did not want to put the book down until I knew how things were going to turn out. A great read!