A Share of Freedom

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Putnam's, 1994 - Juvenile Fiction - 255 pages
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Freedom Jo is a smart-mouthed 13-year-old, with an alcoholic mother, a little brother, Jackie, whom she adores--and no idea who her father is. Afraid of being separated from Jackie after a binge lands their mother in an alcoholism-treatment program, Freedom runs away with him, hoping to hide out until their mother comes home. Her plan precipitates a chain of events that leads to the discovery of her father's identity.

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I picked this book at a thrift store, on a whim. I read the first page as I was waiting for the husband to find his keys. To was hooked by the second paragraph. To say I couldn't put it down is an ... Read full review

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THE TROPHY
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BIGSHOT WHIZ KID
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MAMA
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