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Music from a Place Called Half Moon (Laurel-Leaf Books)

by Jerrie Oughton

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The summer Edie Jo meets Cherokee Fish is the summer her whole world changes. Her town is astir with anti-Native American tension, and it seems that her father is the only person in all of North Carolina who believes in integration. Thirteen-year-old Edie Jo isn't even sure how she feels, and the entrance of the mysterious Cherokee Fish confuses her even more. Little by little, though, she and this gentle Indian boy begin to share their secrets and dreams. Their friendship will be one that Edie Jo will never forget.

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In 1956 in Half Moon, North Carolina, thirteen-year-old Edie Jo comes to terms with her own prejudice and the death of a friend.

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