Aunt Eugenia came by for a visit. Tab is not concerned with
the racism going on around her even though her Aunt
Eugenia places great emphasis on it. She has more important things to worry about.
Well Aunt Eugenia had plans for Tab and her sister, Tina. She
took them to a place in the mountains of Tennessee. This place
was called the Highlander Folk School and was known as a place where
blacks and whites were trained to fight for integration. The
two girls met Dominique Calder, daughter of a black civil rights
What kind of relationship do the three girls
Back home, the girls' father, Charles Rutland,
gets involved in politics and supports a candidate for governor who
is pro-integration. He believes this just might be the person
to beat Wallace in the race for governor.
Charles Rutland discover when he gets involved in
The author does an excellent job of showing the
pain involved when racism is prevalent. This is a
compassionate novel and at the same time it has many funny parts in
the story. It is a story of changes taking place in our
society and the people involved and how it affects their
lives. Pat Devoto takes us on an interesting ride through
history - one that is memorable. Be sure to add this one to
your reading list.
REVIEWED BY NANCY
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