- Published: New York : Wendy Lamb Books, 2012.
- Year Published: 2012
- Edition: 1st ed.
- Description: 307 p.
- Language: English
- Format: Book
- Lexile: 750
- Family life -- Fiction.
- Depressions -- Fiction. -- 1929
- Poverty -- Fiction.
- African Americans -- Fiction.
- Gary (Ind.) -- Fiction. -- History -- 20th century
- Flint (Mich.) -- History -- Fiction. -- 20th century
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The mighty Miss Malone
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Call number: Y Fiction / Curtis, Christopher Paul
Available Copies: Pittsfield Youth, Traverwood Youth, West Youth
With love and determination befitting the "world's greatest family," twelve-year-old Deza Malone, her older brother Jimmie, and their parents endure tough times in Gary, Indiana, and later Flint, Michigan, during the Great Depression.
Reviews & Summaries
Yep. Really good. Well-written characters, insightful about the time, useful perspective on race during the Great Depression. I'll encourage my son to read this (he loved _Bud Not Buddy_, also by this author) and will definitely read this with my daughter.
The characters are great, the story is compelling, and the history truly comes alive.
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