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|Jefferson Co PL - Hanover Branch||YA FICTION RUFU (Text)||39391100350733||Young Adult Fiction||In transit||-|
- ISBN: 9781635830507
- ISBN: 1635830508
- Physical Description: 327 pages ; 21 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: Mendota Heights, Minnesota : Flux, 2020.
In small-town Florida in 1968, four teens who bond over music and their objection to the Vietnam War decide to take a stand against the U.S. government and violent racism.
1968, just south of Jacksonville. Ronnie Bingham is grieving his brother's death in Vietnam. Milo is Ronnie's bookish best friend. "Ramrod" is a star athlete who is secretly avoiding the draft. Hana, the new girl, is a half-Japanese badass rock-n-roller whose presence doesn't sit well with their segregated high school. The four find sanctuary in "The Vinyl Underground," a record club where they spin music, joke, debate, and escape the stifling norms of their small town. As Ronnie's eighteenth birthday looms, they hatch a plan to keep him from being drafted. After a horrific act of racial-charged violence, they decide it is time for an epic act of rebellion. -- adapted from back cover and perusal of book
|Target Audience Note:||
Grades 10-12. Flux.
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|Genre:||Young adult fiction.