Tracy and Freddie are growing up, and spend the summer with Granny and Moody in West Virginia. As six and seven year-olds, they are fascinated going to the farm in the camper. Through the camper we learn how Granny took on the racism of the 1950’s when Vera and Jinny were girls. Now, it’s Tracy and Freddie’s turn in the 1970’s. The boys see how stubborn Granny is - even with a fishhook sticking out her eye, and Freddie learns how dangerous collecting eggs can be.

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