The Best Bad Luck I Ever Had
The last thing Harry ?Dit? Sims expects when Emma Walker comes to town is to become friends. Proper -talking, brainy Emma doesn?t play baseball or fi sh too well, but she sure makes Dit think, especially about the differences between black and white. But soon Dit is thinking about a whole lot more when the town barber, who is black, is put on trial for a terrible crime. Together Dit and Emma come up with a daring plan to save him from the unthinkable.
Set in 1917 and inspired by the author?s true family history, this is the poignant story of a remarkable friendship and the perils of small-town justice
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This is the story of two brave friends, who develop a plan to save a black mans life. The two of them are able to see beyond skin color, and this allows them to do great things. They are willing to go out of the way to do good things for others, and this is a great message for children to see.
Review: The Best Bad Luck I Ever HadUser Review - Goodreads
This book kept me entertained throughout most of the story. There were a couple parts that seemed to just drag me along. I really thought this was a good book, but not 5 star worthy. The way it was ...