Yellow Line

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Orca Book Publishers, Sep 1, 2005 - Young Adult Fiction - 128 pages
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Vince lives in a small town, a town that is divided right down the middle. Indians on one side, Whites on the other. The unspoken rule has been there as long as Vince remembers and no one challenges it. But when Vince's friend Sherry starts seeing an Indian boy, Vince is outraged and determined to fight back -- until he notices Raedawn, a girl from the reserve. Trying to balance his community's prejudices with his shifting alliances, Vince is forced to take a stand, and see where his heart will lead him.
 

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I thought it was very good. Showed what we can be like as a people. We need to be willing to accept first nations. Stop feeling sorry for them and do something for them. Be rid our prejudice and connect with them.

Contents

Prologue
1
Chapter One
8
Chapter Two
14
Chapter Three
19
Chapter Four
25
Chapter Five
34
Chapter Six
43
Chapter Seven
51
Chapter Eight
62
Chapter Nine
68
Chapter Ten
76
Chapter Eleven
86
Chapter Twelve
103
Chapter Thirteen
116
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Sylvia Olsen lives in North Saanich near Victoria, British Columbia, with her partner Tom, and Jude, their very beautiful and energetic Australian shepherd.