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Millie and the Great Drought: A Dust Bowl Survival Story



Twelve-year-old Millie's family is hesitant to leave the farm their family has owned for generations, but after Black Sunday they leave Oklahoma for California where they find a new kind of stuggle.

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In 1935, dust storms are sweeping across the southern plains of United States, including Oklahoma. Twelve-year-old Millie Horn is worried about her family's survival. The Dust Bowl is getting worse, and her family is running out of food and money. Despite the hardships, Pa doesn't want to abandon the farm, which has been in the family for generations. But when the worst black blizzard yet hits, they have no choice. The family decides to make the journey west, but life in California isn't without struggle. Can Millie and her family survive the Dust Bowl and the hardships of the Great Depression? Readers can learn the real story of the Dust Bowl from nonfiction back matter in this Girls Survive story. A glossary, discussion questions, and writing prompts are also provided.

Product Details


ISBN–13: 9781666340792

Publisher: Stone Arch Books

Publication Date: Aug-2022

Pages: 112

Lexile Level: 0000

Ages: 08 - 12