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Deftly written by Becky Birtha and gently illustrated by Maja Kastelic, "Far Apart, Close in Heart: Being a Family when a Loved One is Incarcerated" is a unique and important picture book for young readers age 4 to 8 who will learn that even when it feels like nothing can get better again, there are ways they can improve their circumstances.
Heroin tots taken at birthA BABY born last week has to be removed from its drug-addict mother hours into its life.
In "My Next Lover" Becky Birtha presents a shopping list of desirable traits:
Scott, Negro Migration During the War (New York, 1920); Birtha Swindell, "Negro Migration," in "The Negro in Illinois Survey," Illinois Writers Project, Works Progress Administration, at Carter Woodson Branch of the Chicago Public Library, reel 5; Louise Venable Kennedy, The Negro Peasant Turns Cityward (New York, 1930), 42-55; Tuttle, Race Riot, 74-107; Daniel Nelson, Managers and Workers: the Origins of the New Factory System, 1880-1920 (Madison, 1975), 146-48; Florette Henri, Black Migration: Movement North, 1900-1920 (Garden City, 1975); Alma Herbst, "The Negro in the Slaughtering and Meatpacking Industry in Chicago" (Ph.D.
Even short stories would be included--Katherine Mansfield to Becky Birtha and Dorothy Allison.
Since there are so many exceptional specialists in the short story - Ruthann Robson, Jess Wells, Barbara Burford, Becky Birtha and Barbara Wilson, to name just a few - I wonder why the editor made the choices she did.