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Return to Bitter Creek (Puffin Books)

by Doris Buchanan Smith

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When 12-year-old Lacey and her mother return to Southern Appalachia to live, her grandmother does not approve of the independent lifestyle of Lacey's mother. A tragedy makes clear the meaning of love and family as everyone learns to grieve and to accept.
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When 12-year-old Lacey and her mother return to Southern Appalachia to live, her grandmother does not approve of the independent lifestyle of Lacey's mother. A tragedy makes clear the meaning of love and family as everyone learns to grieve and to accept. ( )
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When 12-year-old Lacey returns with her mother to a home she doesn't remember in southern Appalachia, she finds a large extended family ready to share its love and traditions--as long as Lacey adapts to its expectations.

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An illegitimate child in the South learns the meaning of love and family life.

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