When Emma was ten, she went to spend the summer with Aunt Ada and Uncle Will at Sunnyside Farm, opening a whole new world to her. She learned how to milk a cow, gather eggs, and ride a horse. She learned to love the sounds of cowbells and bullfrogs and rain on the roof and treasured the smells of wild roses, horses, and homemade bread. And she learned to enjoy her cousins and her aunt and uncle as if she had known them all her life. In this charming reminiscence of an earlier, simpler time, Emma finds the kind of life she will always want — and which she will eventually get — on a farm of her own. Scintillating watercolors, washed with the changing hues of farm life, capture the beauty and joy of Emma's experience.