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Walk across the sea / Susan Fletcher.

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  • 8 of 8 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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APLS-Decatur JF FLE 4-7 (Text) 34207000922964 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Clinton Public Library - Clinton YA FLE (Text) 36806000868313 YOUNG ADULT 2ND FLOOR Available -
Eckhart Public Library - Main JF FLE (Text) 840191001396475 Children's Fiction - Lower Level Available -
Middletown Fall Creek Township Public Library - Middletown J (Text) 76331000077788 Children's Chapter Books Available -
Peabody Public Library - Columbia City J FLETCHER (Text) 30403001360825 Childrens - Fiction Available -
Petersburg Library - Main Branch J FIC FLET (Text) 38650833002890 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Waterloo-Grant Township Public Library - Waterloo JF FLE (Text) 30090000390513 Childrens Available -
West Lafayette Public Library - West Lafayette J FIC Fle (Text) 31951002499496 Children's Room - Fiction Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 0689841337
  • Physical Description: x, 214 p. ; 22 cm.
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Publisher: New York : Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2001.

Content descriptions

Formatted Contents Note: Prologue: Parting waters -- China boy -- Heather's hat -- Contraption -- Blurts -- Someone's sister -- Baby -- Riled -- Bitter cup -- Chinese must go -- Get you from me -- Ill night -- Misery at a distance -- Too kind -- Wah Chung -- Storm -- It would taint us -- Last look back -- Epilogue: Andrew John.
Summary, etc.: In late nineteenth-century California, when Chinese immigrants are being driven out or even killed for fear they will take jobs from whites, fifteen-year-old Eliza Jane McCully defies the townspeople and her lighthouse-keeper father to help a Chinese boy who has been kind to her. Eliza Jane lives in a lighthouse on the northern California coast in 1896. One day a Chinese boy crosses her path, and everything changes. Eliza Jane is forbidden to have anything to do with Wah Chang, but he soon saves her from a dangerous wave. However, tensions in her community explode and the people decide to rid their town of the Chinese. Can Eliza Jane defy the will of her community to do the right thing?
Subject: Chinese Americans > Juvenile fiction.
Prejudices > Juvenile fiction.
Lighthouses > Juvenile fiction.
Christian life > Juvenile fiction.
California > History > 1850-1950 > Juvenile fiction.

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