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During a vacation at the farm in Devon a tender lad discovers how assorted it used to be farming whilst his grandfather used to be a farm boy. His Grandpa tells the tale of his personal father's top horse, Joey, who was once taken to drag weapons in international battle I, and the way his Grandpa raced a tractor ploughing with horses.
Twelve-year-old March Anne Tanner's lifestyles is tied to the easy rhythms and cycles of the watermelon farm in Jubilee, Georgia, that she has grown up on. due to Grenna, her grandmother and surrogate mom, March Anne has realized every thing she must learn about seeds, vine pruning, and harvesting melons and pumpkins.
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