Publisher description for Chig and the second spread / Gwenyth Swain.
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Being small is a big concern for Chig Kalpin. Like the insects that catch folks unawares with their bites on a summer evening, Chig is small enough and silent enough that she’s near about invisible. But she has a heartfelt desire to become a big person, both in stature and in spirit, and soon her adventures culminate with the Great Niplak Train Disaster, where she helps the folks in the hills and hollers of southern Indiana make it through the Great Depression with a little more to spread between the covers of their sandwiches. Haven’t heard of it? Well, as Chig might say, “Set a spell and turn the page.”
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Growth Fiction, Size Fiction, Railroad accidents Fiction, Poor Fiction, Depressions 1929 Fiction, Indiana History 20th century Fiction, Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962 Fiction