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  • Loved It!

    I really enjoyed reading this book through the eyes and words.of 12 year old Bean. Families and acceptance come in all types of packages.

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  • Could not put it down

    Really good book.

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  • Silver Star

    A good read characters come alive and keep you interested right to the end

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  • The silver star

    Great easy read

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  • Enjoyable coming of age tale

    Two adolescent sisters left mostly to bring up themselves by their loving but ineffective mother seek refuge in a small Southern mill town with their uncle after their mother leaves them to find herself for several weeks. Set in 1970 against a backdrop of the growing realisation of the futility of the involvement of the Vietnam War and forced integration in the local high school, the sisters face bullying and some harsh realities. The girls support each other and discover the joys and frustrations of an extended famiky after living for so many years with just the three of them. Told with affection and some humour, this story doesn't pull punches however in dealing with some issues.

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