Stumptown Kid

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Tandem Library, Apr 1, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 224 pages
13 Reviews
For use in schools and libraries only. In a small Iowa town in 1952, eleven-year-old Charlie Nebraska, whose father died in the Korean War, learns the meanings of both racism and heroism when he befriends a black man who had played baseball in the Negro Leagues.

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THis book has a lot of suspense and this book has a lot of racism. There's some death and violence. Yet all those things might seem bad, they teach us some great lessons for life like never to give up. Read full review

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THis book has a lot of suspense and this book has a lot of racism. There's some death and violence. Yet all those things might seem bad, they teach us some great lessons for life like never to give up. Read full review

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