Rascal: A Memoir of a Better Era, often referred to as Rascal, is a 1963 children's book by Sterling North about his childhood in Wisconsin. Rascal was published in 1963. The book is a remembrance of a year in his childhood during which he raised a baby raccoon named "Rascal." Subtitled "a memoir of a better era," North's book is a prose poem to adolescent angst. Rascal chronicles young Sterling's loving yet distant relationship with his father, dreamer David Willard North, and the aching loss represented by the death of his mother, Elizabeth Nelson North. . The boy reconnects with society...
|Genre:||Children's literature, Biography, Fiction|
|Number of editions:||19|