Fancy's Way

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Trafford Publishing, 2009 - Poetry - 70 pages
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Fancy's Way is a bold and thought-provoking work that tells the story of a young African-American girl and her family who live in Mississippi in the South during the turbulent 1960's. The Debonair family struggles with their daily life while the world around them struggles with the Civil Rights movement. Fancy's parents struggle with the idea of whether or not they should take an active part in a protest march that is planned in their small town. But a terrible tragedy makes them realize that whatever happens, they will face it as a family and things will be made right! Fancy's Way is a story filled with love, drama, disappointment, wisdom and humor.

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