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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Greentown Public Library - Greentown||TF MCDONALD (Text)||75342000056614||Teen Fiction||Available||-|
|Peabody Public Library - Columbia City||YP MCDONALD (Text)||30403001355221||Young Adult - Fiction||Available||-|
|Shelby County Public Library - Morristown||YA MCD (Text)||78731000414548||Young Adult Fiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 0385731078
- ISBN: 038590133X (GLB)
- Physical Description: 263 p. ; 22 cm.
- Publisher: New York : Delacorte Press, c2004.
|Summary, etc.:|| In 1959 fifteen-year-old Dove, the daughter of a prosperous orange grower in Benevolence, Florida, feels increasingly uneasy after learning of acts of racism against the African American orange pickers by those close to her. It's 1959 in Benevolence, Florida, and life is as sweet as a Valencia orange for 15-year-old Dove Alderman. Whether she's sipping cherry Cokes with her girlfriends and listening to the Everly Brothers, eating key lime pie made by her housekeeper, Delia, or cruising around town with the coolest boy in school in his silver-blue T-bird convertible, Dove's days are as smooth and warm as the soft sand in her father's orange groves. But there's trouble brewing among the local migrant workers. Mysterious fires have broken out, and rumors are spreading that disgruntled pickers are to blame. Suddenly, black and white become a muddy shade of gray, and whispers of the KKK drift through the Southern air like sighs. The Klan could never exist in a place like Benevolence, Dove tells herself. Or could it?
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