A Thousand Never Evers by Shana Burg

Summary: As the civil rights movement in the South gains momentum in 1963–and violence against African Americans intensifies–the black residents, including seventh-grader Addie Ann Pickett, in the small town of Kuckachoo, Mississippi, begin their own courageous struggle for racial justice. 320 p., Delacorte Press.

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3 Responses

  1. I think this book has Newbery potential. It’s a great story about the civil rights movement. It has an interesting plotand unique characters.

  2. I loved the book it was great and made me cry. But I love the book and I love Shana’s books I have read all of them.

  3. I read this book at school, and it reminds me of the movie “The Help” Enjoyed(: Thank God, times have changes.
    Rate: 3.5\5

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