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Children of the Fire

by Harriette Gillem Robinet

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A young black girl named Hallelujah lives through the great Chicago fire with courage and resourcefulness.
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Eleven-year-old Hallelujah is fascinated by the fires burning all over the city of Chicago. Little does she realize that her life will be changed forever by the flames that burn with such bright fascination for her.
The year is 1871 and this event will later be called the Great Chicago Fire. Hallelujah and her newfound friend Elizabeth are as different as night and day; but their shared solace will bind them as friends forever, as a major American city starts to rebuild itself (amazon),
  AmyStepaniuk | Oct 1, 2015 |
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