Sunday Wild Child

Summer Wild Child captures the point of view of the mother as well as that of the daughter in this homespun tale of small town Florida life of the 40s and early 50s. It depicts a powerful, but disturbing picture of poverty, racism and juvenile cruelty. On the other hand, it showcases the strength of will to overcome those conditions through perseverance.

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  • Category: Fiction » Historical » USA
  • Words: 62,740
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781370633722
About Ethel Cook-Wilson

Cook-Wilson grew up in Florida but spent many years in Northern California until her retirement. She participates in writing groups in Volusia County and is a member of the Florida Writers Association. One of her short stories is featured in the 2016 anthology of that organization. She has published several works of fiction and one non-fiction. Julian Carleton-I am not just another George, Tales from the Bluebird of Happiness Trailer Park and Sunday Wild child are three of her recent publications.

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