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Nina Revoyr really captures this tragic time in history. As we know the abuses continue to this day, yet the parochial thinking in Wisconsin was a surprise to me. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Gloria
I didn't enjoy this book. I finished feeling that the message was incomplete,Published 5 months ago by Maureen Miller
The story revolves around a brief time in a young girls life that shapes her later years as she reflects on the time she spends with her Granfather.Published 10 months ago by Nancy Lefler
I read this because my book club decided on it, but although it treated racism in rural Wisconsin in the 1950s quite well, I was not interested in reading a book about ignorant... Read morePublished 13 months ago by donnagreen
A good primer into the subtleties and not-so-subtle forms of prejudice. The Japanese-American girl is "kinda, sorta" accepted by many in a fictitious rural Wisconsin town... Read morePublished 13 months ago by WIbuyer
The writer may have spent some time in Wisconsin but her portrait of a small town in the 70's do not ring true. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Swedeless