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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Review: The Best Bad Luck I Ever HadUser Review - Shanelle Cao - Goodreads
Upon seeing the title of this book, I was immediately interested. The Best Bad Luck I Ever Had by Kristin Levine is a gripping novel about a white Southern boy, named Dit, and an African-American girl ... Read full review
Review: The Best Bad Luck I Ever HadUser Review - Nicholas - Goodreads
The realistic fiction book “The Best Bad luck I Ever Had” by the author Kristin Levine, gives a perspective of how a black person is treated when around white people in the past. First, Dit expects to ... Read full review