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Calling all #mgbuddyread participants - it seems many of you were unable to read this month's selection. Please LMK if you are planning are participating in the discussion on Saturday. I completely understand how life just gets crazy. I just don't want to fill the feed with discussion questions if no one is able to participate. Thanks!
I'm looking forward to our #mgbuddyread discussion on Saturday about this book. I don't want to say much until then, but we'll worth the read.
Our next two #mgbuddyread books. We will be discussing Unbound on Saturday, June 30th starting at 10:00. Join us!
Middle grade slave narrative. A tough subject for young tender hearts, but this does a good job of balancing the horror with a happy ending. (The family manages to escape to a swamp, the author's note at the end is very informative and should not be skipped) Narrated by Bahni Turpin, who just can't be missed.
When you have to leave the restaurant ad sit in the car so your little can nap while your entire family has dinner... Thank god for that habit of ALWAYS having a book on hand!
I was so impressed by how the author wrote about oppression through a young child's eyes. I didn't expect to feel adrenaline and fear for the people running towards freedom. Burg opened my eyes to what it could have been like to try to survive in a swamp. And now I want to read everything about the maroons.