Susan Author:Robbie Trent To read about Susan, a delightful and imaginative little girl who lived on a farm in Kentucky, is to think back to the time when grandmother was a little girl. Susan wore a bonnet and high buttoned boots and stiffly starched print dresses and white bibbed aprons with ruffles. She counted colors to relieve the boredom of long sermons on Sunday an... more »d after church she helped freeze the ice cream for dinner.
She went to a little country school and loved one teacher but not Miss Angie. Susan wrote a piece in her diary about Miss Angie's successor: "Her name is Miss Ruby Barnes. She has shiny hair and sparkly eyes. She had a smiley mouth and she wears a pink bow at her throat. I think Ruby is a beautiful name. It's warm like the sun."« less