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Sharecropper's Daughter

Sharecropper's Daughter

by Sunnie Day

About The Book

This is a book about someone growing up poor on a farm with all innocence and being thrown into a world of things never imagined at the young age of seventeen. She had no knowledge of the real world or those living in it. She was made fun of her entire life because she had homemade clothes and no money to go anywhere. But eventually, she grew up and became a person of integrity. She would turn to God for guidance.

Publication date August 24,2023
Language English
ISBN (Paperback)
979-8-88963-935-0 (E-BOOK)
Genre Nonfiction, Autobiography/Biography/Memoir
Pages 100
Interior Color Black and White
Book Size 6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)

About The Author

Sunnie Day was born and raised in a rural farm in Oklahoma. Her family had been very poor and sometimes did not have enough to eat. She spent all her time working on her chores and had a limited time to play. They had no electricity, no phone, no computer, no radio, no indoor toilet, and no running water. She would do her homework by lamplight. They cooked on a woodfire stove and slept outside on hot summers because thee was no air conditioning. It was a rough life, but there was a lot of love in their family.


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