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Night on fire / Ronald Kidd.

Kidd, Ronald, author. (Author).
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  • 10 of 11 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Carnegie Public Library of Steuben County - Angola J FIC KID (Text) 33118000172139 Children: Fiction Available -
Coatesville-Clay Township Public Library - Coatesville JF KIDD (Text) 78321000024687 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Garrett Public Library JCH KID (Text) 30010170774361 Juvenile Chapter Book Available -
Greensburg-Decatur County Public Library - Greensburg J KIDD (Text) 32826014032601 J New Books Available -
Jefferson County Public Library - Madison JF (Text) 39391006689473 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Mooresville Public Library - Mooresville J FIC KID (Text) 37323005237527 CHILD_FIC Available -
Morgan County Public Library - Waverly TW FIC KID (Text) 78551000372981 Tween Collection Checked out 11/04/2016
Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library J FIC Kidd (Text) 31208912424647 children fiction Available -
Seymour Main Library JUV FIC KIDD (Text) 37500004354300 Kids Fiction Available -
South Whitley Community Public Library - South Whitley JF KID (Text) 30402004623999 JUVENILE FICTION Available -
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  • ISBN: 9780807570241
  • ISBN: 0807570249
  • Physical Description: 264 pages ; 21 cm
  • Publisher: Chicago : Albert Whitman & Company, 2015

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Summary, etc.: "Personally I don't mind them coming here but they might bother some of my customers. Thirteen-year old Billie Sims has heard things like this all her life, from the grocer down the road, from her neighbors at church, from her parents. But Billie never understood what all the fuss was about. Why do blacks and whites have separate entrances to the bus station in her town of Anniston, Alabama? Why can't her friend Jarmaine, have a milk shake with her at Wikle's? When Billie hears about a group calling themselves the Freedom Riders passing through Anniston to protest segregation on buses, she thinks change could be coming. But instead of embracing change, Billie's town responds with violence, and she finds herself at Forsyth & Sons Grocery watching a bus burn. Shocked by the actions of people she thought she knew, she realizes that freedom has a cost. But is she brave enough to stand up and fight for it?"--Jacket.
Subject: Violence > Juvenile fiction.
Social change > Juvenile fiction.
African Americans > Civil rights > History > 20th century > Juvenile fiction.
Alabama > History > 20th century > Juvenile fiction.
Alabama > Race relations > 20th century > Juvenile fiction.
Genre: Historical fiction.

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